Gwamba rescues Poly student who couldn’t access results cause of K300 000 fees balance 

Gospel musician and philanthropist Gwamba has come to the rescue of a Polytechnic student who couldn’t access his results due failure to settle his outstanding fees balance of K300 000.00.

Gwamba: To the rescue of student

The student—who described himself as Chimwemwe Macheso, a first year Bachelor of Accountancy student at the Polytechnic—went to Twitter asking for help.

He wrote: “I am failing to see my results due to fees balance of K300 000. I need your help, my parents have only raised K50 000 out of K300 000. All I need is your help with the little you can.”

Gwamba saw the message on Twitter and responded: “I will sort you out with the entire K300 000 on Monday. Tell your parents to relax. God bless you and all the best with your education.”

Gwamba, indeed, has lived to the promise and on Monday he deposited the money through his associate Pemphero Mphande.

Mphande wrote on Twitter: “Today Gwamba sent me K300 000 for Macheso’s fees. There are many such students. We may not help all but we help some. He saw the tweet calling for help, he gave. Today, Macheso will see his results. Gwamba gives a lot to the needy and may he be blessed.”

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joe ted guta
joe ted guta
21 days ago

Gwamba has demonstrated a good example to us as Malawians. Let’s be the next Gwambas. It’s our turn to also help. May the Lord God bless Gwamba and the spirit of giving which is in him.

c͚h͚i͚f͚u͚n͚d͚o͚ m͚a͚w͚i͚n͚d͚o͚
c͚h͚i͚f͚u͚n͚d͚o͚ m͚a͚w͚i͚n͚d͚o͚
22 days ago

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Kambewa ngozo
23 days ago

Thanks for assisting the needy student. We have lots of rich people in Malawi but will never assist someone with no strings attached. When Kamuzu Banda first established university in Malawi it was free. In fact students used to get pocket money allowance. Some of the people who have top positions in government benefited from free university. These people came from poor families but Kamuzu wanted everyone who was wise should have a chance for education.

Chisale
Chisale
24 days ago

Good move BUT what is going to happen after getting the exam results? How about fees for the second year?

Khristalz
Khristalz
23 days ago
Reply to  Chisale

Gwamba did his part now its you and us

Kambewa ngozo
23 days ago
Reply to  Chisale

Yes Gwamba has done his best it’s up to us to assist.
When Kamuzu first opened university it was free. In fact students used to get pocket money allowance. When Bakili came in every thing was destroyed. Maybe because of not going to university himself. He was only interested in enriching himself and his friends.
They destroyed Malawi railways so that their trucks should be used

444444No
444444No
24 days ago

This is beautiful, salute

CESSPOOL
CESSPOOL
24 days ago

Thanks. Generosity should be celebrated by all of us. I wish the Tonse Government sorted out this problem. Our children are in a sour mood most of the time owing to poverty in most families. The loans board has a heavy responsibility on the Tertiary students

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
24 days ago

Indeed may the good Lord bless him. Blessed is the Hand that giveth than that one that receiveth

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