Bushiri pays school fees for 15 stranded Mchinji students: On 4-year bursary scheme

Renowned philanthropist Prophet Shepherd Bushiri has come to the aid of 16-old Form One leaner at  Mchinji Secondary School who dropped out due to lack of tuition fees and  other 14 students who were out of school due to their parents’ failure to meet their user fees.

Bushiri’s communication’s director Ephraim Nyondo presents bursary support to boy who dropped out of school due to lack of fee as he will not get back in class
Relief for parents and guardians with Bushiri bursary support
Some of the beneficiaries of Bushiri’s education bursary support
Students at Mchinji Secondary School during the announcement of Bushiri’s support to disadvantaged learners
Students grateful to Bushiri’s bursary support

The renowned spiritual leader , who is founder of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church has, so far, already paid for the students’ user fees for the current second and the next third term. He has also put the 15 on a four-year bursary package.

In the package,  Bushiri will be paying for their fees for the next four years; buying their school uniform annually; and meeting their every emerging educational need of their every day’s life.

The prophet made the gesture after reading a story on Nyasa Times about a boy, 16, who was forced out of school because of financial struggles of her mother. The boy’s name is Mayamiko from Mchinji.

Making the announcement of the bursary package in Mchinji district on Monday, Bushiri’s communications director Ephraim Nyondo said after the Nyasa Times posted a report about one intelligent but disadvantaged Mayamiko Paul from T/A Mavwere, 15, just loafing at home because his struggling mother couldn’t keep up paying his school fees, Prophet Bushiri was moved into compassion and instructed his Malawi team to consider helping the boy.

“He was touched to note that for Mayamiko to be in school during the first term, his mother had to sublease her small customary land at a cost of K50 000. You can see zeal from the mother to see her child realise his education dream,” said Prophet Bushiri’s communications director, Nyondo.

However, said Nyondo, “when we reached out to Mchinji Secondary School,  we  learnt that, actually, there are just too many Mayamikos needing help there. So the Prophet instructed we adopt 15.”

Today, Mayamiko’s mother and, also, guardians of 14 other students are happy and very thankful to Prophet Bushiri to the hand.

“This can only be God. I am seeing the hand of God stretched out to us through Prophet Bushiri. Though I have never met him, please one of these days help me meet him so that I officially extend my gratitude,” said Mayamiko’s mother on Monday in Mchinji during the handover ceremony.

Under the bursary scheme, the 15 students will benefit from the following:

  • Payment of user fees from the current term to the time they graduate in Form Four
  • A moderate ‘pocket money’ every term to help them meet emerging needs
  • A new uniform pack and school bag each academic year
  • Learning materials—pens, mathematical instruments, notebook, etc.

Meanwhile, Nyasa Times understands, Prophet Bushiri has already squared the user fees of the 15 students for the current and next term.

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moyenda
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moyenda

Thank You so much Prophet. God bless You

TREVOR NAMACHA JNR
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TREVOR NAMACHA JNR

With no any string attached!!!!! Thats a great development.Thanks for that……………..

MAbvuto akula
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MAbvuto akula

Many Malawians are helping many more needy students but do need to be put in the news like some people.

Phyaphyalious Phwaneriwa
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Phyaphyalious Phwaneriwa

Well done Mr. Bushiri. Chitsanzo chabwino

Cashgate1
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Well done.

Karim Mbava ya Chimwenye.
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Achina chaponda Karimu ndalama phwiii zakuba koma osaganizila athu wosauka. Hell is waiting for you Idots.

Girl lady
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Girl lady

Ndipo amadabwitsa bwanji osaganizilako athu osauka eish

Mngoni
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Bravo madala, mumakwana inuyo

Drake Phiri
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Drake Phiri

Continue with such type of help, osaiwala university students alot of deserving students are dropping out

THE PATRIOT
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THE PATRIOT

We are happy in this… this is nice than those so called donors / embassies who after giving us an aid they embarrass as on BBC and CNN by enjoying the poverty and televising only the bad side AFRICA……

kalulu wadwala
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kalulu wadwala

What the right hand has done do not let the left hand know

Mtenguwaminga@gmail.c
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There no sense in you. So where is the left hand here? Is this story not inspires other people to do so?