Chaminade student with 12 points sounds SOS

A student who scored 12 points from the 2020 Malawi School Certificate of Education Examinations (MSCE) at Chaminade Secondary School is failing to get his notification of results and cannot apply for entrance into Malawi’s public universities.

Steven Goodluck Chitete, aged 20, from Mwakasangira Village, Traditional Authority Kilupula in Karonga District, was born in a family of 6 children (3 females and 3 males) but his father is late and he has only been staying with his mother.

Steven Goodluck Chitete: Please help

His family is rated among the poorest in the village and they hardly find enough food or money to buy food. They even stay on empty stomachs in critical months.

Chitete wrote the 2020 MSCE at Chaminade Secondary School and scored 12 points with English as his lowest grade (4 points). He however cannot apply for admission into public universities as his notification of results has been withheld by authorities at the institution.

Records show that he has an outstanding fees balance of MK611,750.00 which accumulated when he was allowed to study at the school out of pity and hard work and psychological strength which he demonstrated and out of pity, he was also allowed to sit for the examinations though he was owing the institution.

Chitete is therefore asking for financial help from any well wisher who can help square or contribute towards squaring the balance so that he can get his notification of results and then try his luck in the public universities.

“It is true I am in this predicament. I don’t really know what to do but I desperately need the notification of results.

“The Headteacher of Chaminade Secondary School can be reached on 0999911836 but my guardian is on 0882265518 and 0995210949,” lamented Chitete.

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Dibson Munthali
Dibson Munthali
2 days ago

Let the student go to College. Holding back his results is not paying back the owed fees. Chaminade ought to be proud for their spirit of altruism. Legally though, that amounts to blackmail. Give the student his credentials ASAP. You have no legal standing for withholding a student’s results Mr. Headmaster/Principal.

Charles Chilinda
Charles Chilinda
2 days ago

The school should just cancel the debt. If out of pity the young man was helped before, why can’t the same help be extended to him at this critical time? The deadline for the submission of the application forms to NCHE is June 25! The headmaster of Chaminade Secondary school should be humane and do the needful, to help the needy young man who has nowhere to turn to for financial assistance by writing off the debt as a bad debt and giving him his results notification. Let his future not be doomed because of the school fees issue. Headmaster,… Read more »

bentby
2 days ago

what if he failed, would the school still withheld his results paper? i feel like the school is turning their kindness to blackmailing.

SES
SES
2 days ago

Malawians let us support the tertiary education material as noted in this Chaminade Secondary School graduate and requesting to avail if information on the donations can reach the concerned person. If this family is in the Northern Malawi village set up, my advise is that should find a field and start farming food for home consumption.

Ndafera Nkhande
Ndafera Nkhande
2 days ago

Come on just cancel his debt please. The school in question was established on christian principals and they are supposed to look at the plight of students.

Kenzo
Kenzo
3 days ago

Pitan kwa bushiri musachedwe mwina atha kunyamuka posakhalisapa

Chule
Chule
3 days ago

Too Bad, we need some social media influencers to head spreading this appeal

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