Ntcheu Secondary School is expected to be re-opened on 5th January, 2015 together with all other school in the second academic term of the school calendar
The school was closed indefinitely on 27th September, 2014 after students on went on rampage and set ablaze the school’s multipurpose hall in which property wealth millions of Kwachas was destroyed.
A statement released by the school signed by its Head teacher, Alexander Muheya reveals that the decision to reopen the school has been ordered by the Ministry of Education.
The statement emphasizes that apart from the initial K24, 750.00 school fees the students pays, each and every form 2, 3 and 4 student is supposed to pay an extra K20, 000.00 each as punishment for the damages caused during the fracas.
Apart from setting ablaze the school hall, some of the properties the students destroyed include 100 mattresses, 3 photocopier machines, 30 computers and 2 printers.
Students in the classes indicated who fail to bring with them the K20, 000 on arrival shall be sent back and their places shall be declared vacant upon reaching two weeks without paying, says the statement.
Some sources said the students went viral due to the conduct of the schools administration which the students claim they are not pleased with.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :