CCAP Livingstonia Synod hails Mutharika for Njakwa-Livingstonia Road

The University of Livingstonia (Unilia) of the CCAP Livingstonia Synod on Saturday hailed government for constructing Njakwa-Livingstonia Road in Rumphi district.

Rev Nyasulu hailsPresident Mutharika for the Njakwa-Livingstonia Road

Unilia Vice Chancellor, Dr Timothy Nyasulu said the road which leads to the university’s main campus at Khondowe is critical since it gives access to one of the most important places in the country.

Nyasulu said once completed, the road will help ease mobility challenges to and from the university.

He was speaking during the university’s 12th congregation graduation ceremony which was presided over by the State President Arthur Peter Mutharika at the Mzuzu Stadium.

The university awarded certificates, diplomas and degrees in various disciplines such as education, human rights, food security and nutrition among others to 394 graduants.

“I need to thank government for bankrolling the construction of this road which to us has been a very long standing challenge.

“We were finding it extremely difficult to go up to the main campus because the road there is in very bad condition and the new road will provide a huge relief to the university,” said Nyasulu.

He said apart from constructing the road which also links to the headquarters of the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia, government is also constructing and rehabilitating some feeder roads at Khondowe.

“Apart from the main road to Livingstonia, we are also appreciative to government as it is also rehabilitating some feeder roads at Livingstonia. These link up the university, hospital as well as the main church,” explained Nyasulu.

Secretary General for the CCAP Synod of Livingstonia, Reverend Levi Nyondo said the church is also thankful to government for extending Higher Education Students Loans and Grants Scheme to private universities.

“I can say that we are the only private university which has many students totaling to 280 benefitting from this scheme. This is not a mean achievement and we thank government for that,” said Nyondo.

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VYOTO

THUKUTA LA REVERAND LEVI NYONDO LIMENEYI.BELIEVE ME IF LIVINGSTONIA SYNOD TOP MANAGEMENT REMAINED SLEEPY THESE DEVELOPMENTS COULD HAVE BEEN DIVERTED TO THE SOUTH AS CHEYA BAKILI MULUZI DID WHEN THE LIVINGSTONIA SG THEN HOWARD MATIYA NKHOMA WAS BUSY DINING WITH UDF. KARONGA CHITIPA ROAD IS A GOOD EXAMPLE

Noxy
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I salute you Livingstonia Synod for giving a credit where it is due.A few appreciate other peoples efforts.God Bless Livingstonia Synod.

Mtenzi Mzungu
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Mtenzi Mzungu

Every development from the government comes from tax but it’s the one in charge who is praised. No American president uses his personal money for developments. You are either maintained or removed depending on how u used their taxes. APM didn’t say will use his monies to bring developments. All the manifestos are sold to us on the understanding that we shall entrust someone with our taxes. So APM thanks very much

SUPER NATURAL MIRACLES
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SUPER NATURAL MIRACLES

WHERE IS MZUZU AIRPORT AS DPP PROMISED ??

Josemapem
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Josemapem

Ndiye tu mumpatse APM mavoti 2019 to underline the seriousness in your appreciation of the government

Mulomwe
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Mulomwe

Nothing to be thankful about. It is our taxes. The money never came from Mutharikarim’s pockets. Stop clapping hands for mediocrity… My heart bleeds.

Napoleon muza
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You started paying tax or your grandfathers or father’s started paying tax so many years ago, why was the road not been taken care off or upgrade to the state which is being done now. . It is time you have to appreciate. The people who are thanking Mutharika are not ordinary like you. For Rev Nyondo to open his mouth and thank Mutharika, it means he has seen it and ppreciated it. Keep on being blind.

Duli
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Duli

During Bakili Muluzi’s presidency, a rural electrification project was diverted from Chitipa to Lillian Patel’s constituency in the achawaland of Mangochi. Atumbuka lost it completely. The Njakwa road has not been diverted. Tumbuka people have all the reasons for being grateful. Only a cool and a silly person would call this mediocrity.

Awanso
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Awanso

Why thank Mutharika who doesn’t pay tax? Thank Malawians who pay tax coz this is not mutharika’s personal money. The most you can do is to commend him for doing what he’s expected to do

Duli
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Duli

Wombwambwana wina aliponso. Ndi iwe.

Mafana
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Mafana

Poor Malawians! I pity us so much. Should we always thank a person for giving us clutches after he has deliberately broken our legs? No need to thank anybody for that road. It’s our tax money. It’s an obligation for govt to undertake these developments. No need to thank Mutharika. Khalidwe la ukape ngati limeneli ndilimene Chilima akukana. That road in the North has been long overdue for 54 years!!! Most development projects in the North have been long overdue for 54 years. Zitukuko zimene zikanabwera kale kale should not be used as campaign tools. Mawa lino akatsegulira Mzuzu –… Read more »

Yosefe Mateyo
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Yosefe Mateyo

Thanks CCAP, Synod of Livingstonia for giving credit where it’s due. It’s Malawian to say ‘thank you’.

Bystander
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Inu nomwenso mukuti Ku North palibe akuchitako. You have yourselves to blame. Too much praise.

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