17 Malosa students in road accident, one admitted at Zomba Central Hospital

At least 17 Malosa secondary School students in eastern district of Zomba were on Saturday involved in a car accident.

The vehicle that carried the students
The vehicle that carried the students

The accident happened 500metres after Chingale turn off in Machinga. They were rushed to St Lukes Hospital at Malosa in the former capital where 13 students were treated as outpatients and one student was referred to Zomba Central Hospital after sustaining serious fractures on both legs.

The students were travelling to their respective homes for a one- week mid term holiday.

There were also other passengers in the vehicle and they too sustained fractures of various degrees.

Meanwhile, Bishop Brighton Vitta Malasa of the Anglican Church has sent a good will message to students of Malosa Secondary School involved in the accident.

His Lordship Malasa is Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of Malosa Secondary School by virtue of being the Head of the Anglican Diocese of Upper Shire, under which Malosa is, and said that it is his prayer and that of the Church that all involved in the accident receive God’s mercies and be healed promptly so that the name of the Lord be praised.

Malasa observed that any accident, small as might be, has a bearing just in the particular ‘s life, but as well as  family, community, and as a Church, it is saddened that at a time the students, who are in process of shaping their future and that of the nation, were supposed to go and relax a bit while visiting their parents or relations they end up in an accident.

“An accident has a cost; it could be physical, mental, material or spiritual, hence the need to pray for our boys and girls of Malosa Secondary School involved in the road accident today near Chingale Turn Off,”. Malasa, who is also Chairperson of the Anglican Council in Malawi, said.—Additional reporting by Louis Phiri, Nyasa Times

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Frank Mandala
7 years ago

sorie my fellow Malosa students wish u a quick recovery in the name of Jesus Christ

Frank Mandala
7 years ago

my fellow Malosa student am sorie a bout the shocking. God be with you who are involved in the accident and get recovery quickly in the name of Jesus Christ

kazy adamz
kazy adamz
7 years ago

inna li-LLahi wainna ilaihir rajiuuna ! All praises are due to our Lord who is extremely merciful to these youngsters !

mangochi kabwafu
mangochi kabwafu
7 years ago

Malawi roads and Malawi cars

Ngati kumaloto
7 years ago

Sorry my fellow malosa students , i wish u a quick recoverly.

Mtunga
7 years ago

By God’s grace, that bus would have killed a lot os students from St Charles Lwangwa who were going in the opposite direction on their way to ATEM competition at Domasi College. The other bus and that of Malosa were overtaking and the Malosa one hit the other, completely losing balance and swerving to the other, missing the front part of St Charles Lwangwa bus by a whisker but badly damaged its body, finally delving into the drain. It would have been a horrific accident, a reminiscence of the Mzimba Sec School. Thank God. Nobody lost life.

timothy mandambwe
timothy mandambwe
7 years ago

May the hand of the LORD JESUS CHRIST touch them all and heal them completely. Wishing them all a quick recovery to go back for their studies. God Bless.

Wailing Soul
Wailing Soul
7 years ago

Yankho Msukwa, are you just learning the skills of journalism? the 5ws of journalism (who, when, where, what, why?”

Then you have the last W not attended to in your article. In other words, you have not completed the news article here. Very poorly written.

Harrison makoza
Harrison makoza
7 years ago

The vehicle that was being used has not been discribed in the article.Wishing them a quick recovery.

Simeon Nyapala
7 years ago

We wish the students and all other involved in the accident quick recovery.

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