Student from Malawi Assemblies of God University killed in road accident 

Three  people including a student have died while others have been severely injured  when a car they were travelling in was involved in a road accident on Sunday morning.

Fatality: The car in which the students were travelling in

The deceased include a student of   Malawi Assemblies of God University identified as Daisy Mponda and Robert Kaunda the owner of LivingRoom club and Harold Jere.

They were travelling from Salima to Lilongwe.

They had gone for a weekend  retreat.

The college authorities have been informed about the incident and they have intimated the parents of Daisy.

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5 thoughts on “Student from Malawi Assemblies of God University killed in road accident ”

  1. nanga says:

    sory

  2. The Analyst says:

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    Now this very sad!
    . . . Kodi makolo, what is it you used to do to this child whenever akalakwa to see death by kukazingidwa mu chiwaya or kubwatitsidwa mu pot and thus try to avoid it?
    . . . You see, it all boils down to the kind of punishment we mete out on our kids when they wrong us. Kodi inu . . .
    . . . What other punishment does a typical Malawian parent (or teacher) know of besides kukwapula?
    . . . How many times have we seen or heard that a child has had both nands bhrned (by parents) for picking pots?
    . . . Kodi, enafe si aja ankatimana chakudya or kutigonetsa panja aja kalekale because takana kutsuka mbale or kusamba?
    . . . Truth is, this boy must have foreseen (from experience) the kind of punishment he was to receive (from his parents) for this kind of sin. And in his assessment, it was worse than death hence the suicide.
    . . . . . . ………………..
    Let every parent know: The kind of punishment/discipline you give your child on one crime determines (in anticipation) the kind of punishment you would give on every other crime the child may commit.
    . . . Thus, no matter how grave the crime or how angry we are, we should try to discipline our children in a manner that will clearly tell, we still love them notwithstanding the wrong they do us and that we would never harm them in any way, shape or form.
    . . . Otherwise, if you burn your child’s hands for picking pots, they will anticipate kukazingidwa ku frying pan (ngati ngumbi) if, some day, they commit an even bigger crime. And ngati mmamuthamangitsa pakhomo mukamuona ndi chibwenzi, akazatenga mimba azathawa (to avoid kuthamangitsidwa) nkumakakhala ku bar.
    . . . Simply put, we have no one but ourselves to blame if the child miscalculates our anger hence punishment (coz timapanga nkhaza zambiri akalakwa) and decides to act stupid or dangerously, to avoid it.
    . . . Otherwise, I feel for the parents. This death is very painful!
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  3. Dum Magulajena. says:

    It is an accident it can happen anytime anywhere sorry for that to the belived families. May their souls rest in peace.

    1. Kaya says:

      i totally agree with you. this was an accident, the unfortunate part of it is that , lives have been lost. May their souls Rest in Peace

  4. Rift Valley says:

    Very sad. Three young lives gone!

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