Education tops Mutharika’s Mzuzu campaign pledges

Big promises to improve education service delivery in the Northern Region topped the Democratic Progressive Party  (DPP) presidential candidate Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika’s  whistle-stop tours  in Mzuzu on Sunday.

Mutharika: Promises for education

President Mutharika promised to invest in infrastructure and technical support  to both secondary and vocational education in Mzuzu in addition to the newly build teacher’s houses at Mzuzu University.

“Schools are in a  bad shape here in Mzuzu. We will ensure that we build more school blocks. We will build 200 new schools from July. Here in Mzimba,  we will have seven new secondary schools. And here in Mzuzu, we will build a secondary school with  girls hostels.

“Starting from August, here in Mzuzu,  we will start construction of a community technical college so that our youth may learn various skills such as sewing and then they can employ themselves,” Mutharika said.

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Zebediya Gondwe
Zebediya Gondwe
1 year ago

Quota system ke?

Mangochi kabwafu
Mangochi kabwafu
1 year ago

What about QUOTA NTCHONA?

Alomwe
Alomwe
1 year ago

Koma APM stop fooling the people from the North. You promise more education projects when you cannot even show them the Mombera University from 5 years ago. When it comes to roads you cannot even complete a 30 km road from Jenda to Edingeni for 5 years the fact that part of it was done by JB. People from the North should be the best idiots in the world to believe you and take you seriously any more. APM you have by now spent all your political capital in the Notth and by that account the whole Malawi. You are… Read more »

nyalugwe
nyalugwe
1 year ago

For 5 years Mutharika did not know schools were in bad shape in Mzuzu.
What about QUOTA SYSTEM??????????????????????????????????

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