Chakwera says MCP would review  early childhood education policy

Malawi Congress Party (MCP) president Lazarus Chakwera has said once voted into power, the main opposition would improve the early childhood development (ECD) by changing its policy.

Chakwera: Hi-5 policies

Chakwera said this when he held a political rally on Sunday in Zomba.

“Once voted into the government, we would review the early childhood education policy. It is possible to have people with masters degrees teach in ECDs,” said Chakwera.

The Leader of Opposition in parliament said ECDs should not be dumping places for volunteers without prerequisite education qualification.

Chakwera also said that once voted into power, the MCP will ensure that: “Access to justice should not be for the rich only but for all Malawians whether poor or rich.”

He said his administration would ensure that Malawians should prosper together, saying the gap between the rich and the poor would drastically be reduced.

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Danger
Danger
1 year ago

Mwati a Peter Muntrika adapitadi ku school. Azathu ameen muli ku Chikago, tatiwuzani which University imene APM akaphunzitsa., I do not want to send my child there

Maunits
Maunits
1 year ago

kkkkkkkkkk kusowa chonena. Ndiye tiona kuti aonjezera miyala ingati pacampaign chakachino chifukwa miyala ndiye yazalidwatu. Pano tikufuna Chakwera basi odzodzedwa ndi ambuye kulamula dziko lino ife nyodoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Gona pa Muhanya
Gona pa Muhanya
1 year ago

Fundo koma zimenezi osati ndimanga stadia za Bullets and Nomads, zumunkhutu basi, you are failing to fix Kamuzu Stadium and here you are telling us, you will construct Blantyre Stadium.

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