Nsanje student beats up school watchman after suspension, at large

Police in Nsanje are hunting for a 19 year-old Form 3 student at Magoti Community Day Secondary School (CDSS), Jereman Bandawe, for physically assaulting the school’s watchman days after he’d been indefinitely rusticated from the institution.

Nyasa Times’ correspondent in Nsanje Charles Jingini said Bandawe had been a given a punishment, together with six others to dig rubbish pits, for breaching the school’s rules.

But, it seems, the students were not happy with the school’s decision on them.

“They plotted to contaminate the headmaster’s water at his residence by disposing in it wastes,” reported Jingini.

Nsanje Police publicist sub-inspector Samson Balaka confirmed that after the incident Bandawe was completely dismissed from the school but that latter could not take it again.

“On Wednesday (last week), around 6pm, he went to the school again and started knocking at the doors of the main administration block,” said Balaka.

He added: “When the security guard on duty asked what he [Bandawe] was looking for, he was beaten up severely.”

Bandawe hails from Esnart Village, Traditional Authority Mbenje in the district.

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23 thoughts on “Nsanje student beats up school watchman after suspension, at large”

  1. Simeon says:

    Mmm zofunika

  2. khokholiwa says:

    Kumalemba ma watch man a skill and technique.

  3. I agree with the one who says thats the fruits of democracy and human rights. Children with no direction will end up prisoners and a disgrace to the society. Watch out children.

  4. Zakhalaso bwanji ana asukulu kutayilila miyambo yamakolo?

  5. Yamikan Tchinga says:

    Das De Fruits Of Last Generation Youth,when We All See Dese,no More 2b Surprised Das How Last Days Children R Bhaving & Z Jxs A Bgnng Dey Shall Do More Worse Still Dan Ds.Who Wise & Eyes No Wanda Of Ds.Soka Kwa Okwanilisa.

  6. Penu says says:


  7. titani says:

    Yaah these r the fruits of the so called freedom and human rights

  8. Ben Phiri Kahuna Mathanyula says:

    Chi mlomwe chimenecho, as usual kuthawa school. These days ana akumaliza school at 15 and yet 19 he is in Form 3 shame.

  9. concerned citizen says:

    It is not true that all people resident in Nsanje are Sena. There are people who are there for employment ETC, who have children going to school there. For your own information, there are in Nsanje Senas, Mang’anjas and Lomwes. If you studied african history on migration of tribes, The Senas migrated into Malawi from a place called Sena in Mozambique and found in Nsanje and Chikwawa the mang’anjas and some Lomwes from neighbouring Thyolo. There is no need to talk ill of other tribes as this and that. Infact there are, those who are educated and not educated people from every tribe in this country. Before GOD we are all equal.

  10. zebe says:

    Fire the guard he is not fit for the job. How could he get beaten by a 19 yr old school dropout at his own yard zibonga zili mmanja!

  11. zumbwanga says:

    Sorry mr watchman muchila

  12. MSENA says:


  13. gilberto da silva says:

    asena ndichomcho wabwera kulimbe adzayambe kupemphapempha (thandize bwana)

  14. achita bwino amubandula

  15. Patriot says:

    Ku Nsanje kulibe ana asukulu achitumbuka, koma a sena kapenanso alomwe.

  16. C says:

    Mwati ku Nsanje? waa apolice sangamgwire taye koma interpol ingayetchere!

  17. mthako wa alhomwe says:

    Mlonda wanji ameneyu….osamangoyamba ntchito yi imafuna kuziwa kumenya.

  18. chefourpence says:

    si Mtumbuka ameneyu?

    1. Matapwata says:

      don’t be stupid to include this. That’s a mismatch.

  19. abiggi says:

    akatero ndiye kuti walowa moshko ameneyo.

  20. Dambudzo Mwasanya says:

    Ndiye nzeru zachisena zimenezo.Sakonda sukulu.Akatero ndiye kuti walowa Tête.
    The security Guard is not fit for that job for being thumped by a mere wayward schoolhater 19 yr boy.
    The school needs to boost up their security.

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