Balaka Secondary School to get face lift: Msaka discloses renovation plans

The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has disclosed its plans to reconstruct Balaka Secondary School which currently has inadequate facilities.

Msaka: The school will be expanded

The portfolio’s minister, Bright Msaka, disclosed the plans when he addressed a rally this week at Manica Community Ground in Balaka the district.

He said just like any other district secondary school, Balaka has insufficient facilities befitting a national secondary school, hence the plan to upgrade it.

“We have already visited the school after getting reports that the conditions at the school are not conducive.

“Assessors went and have done all the bills of quantities. The school will be expanded to a modern secondary school,” he said.

Msaka said government will construct adequate classrooms, a library, a good administrative block, a multi-purpose hall as well as a fence around the school to safeguard the students.

He disclosed that the World Bank has also approved the construction of 100 secondary schools countrywide in addition to 200 others that will be constructed with funding from the American Government.

“Additionally, government will also construct seven other secondary schools in Balaka. In fact, if you compare Balaka and other districts, you will see the district has few secondary schools.

“We need to educate the next generation which will be capable of developing this country to compete with other big economies, and this will only happen through education,” he said.

Also speaking, Traditional Authority Nsamala hailed government for the various developmental activities taking place in Balaka.

“Government has shown its commitment to people of Balaka. Lately, we have seen the President coming in person to cheer people affected by disasters in Phalula. We have also seen good road infrastructure in our district,” said T.A. Nsamala.

“All this is a demonstration of commitment government has for the welfare of people of Balaka and we would like to acknowledge all the efforts,” he said.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Please share this Article if you like Email This Post Email This Post
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
katayeni chitutu
Guest
katayeni chitutu

abwana sitifukuna ma renovation koma timangireni ma National Secondary school mwina quota system nkuchosedwa ku ma secondary.University of Malawi mukuti mwa yipanga split,mukutiso mwamangirako tizipinda,ife sitikufuna tizipinda mangani anu ma university amene angakhale ooneka bwino ma building ake monga mwa mmene akumangira mwatsopano mu maiko ena monga Rwanda.

jay jay
Guest
jay jay

is he telling kid amapanga chani nthawi yonseyi dpp is packing he must go and tell his kids that nonsense

ndele
Guest
ndele

kkkkkkk akacoka pamenepa wa ku UK kukazimwaza za ma taxes athu .tikungomyangana.akunama awa angofuna tiwasankheso. bwana tikukudziwani bwino mobisalila mwanu. mu plastic bag

Psyuta
Guest

Construct more secondary schools in the East. Not just day secondary schools. The East lags behind on education because of lack of infrastructure.

Concerned Citizen
Guest

It not because of infrastructure, but its something to do with mentality, People in the north loves school despite that there is lack of infrastructure.

Nyapapi
Guest
Nyapapi

I like it , my former xul

Kumzy wa kumzy
Guest
Kumzy wa kumzy

Honourable sir with my humble request visit dzeza sec

Hlabezulu Ngonoonda
Guest
Hlabezulu Ngonoonda

… include Masongola Secondary School in Zomba, Mzimba Secondary School in Mzimba, Nsanje Secondary School in Nsanje, Umbwi Secondary School in Dedza and Chilumba Secondary School in Karonga etc, etc, etc

More From web