Learners set ablaze Karonga DCs office

Irate learners from Karonga have set ablaze the office of the district commissioner’s office as the teachers strike entered day three.

Karonga DC offices torched
The district commissioner used offices of the fisheries department because previous office was also burned during previous demonstrations.
Eye witnesses said the learners, who want to force the hover pay teachers their December salary, pelted stones at the offices in the morning and returned in the afternoon to set them ablaze.
Government failed to pay 5000 teachers their December pay because of what the government said failure to produce national IDs.
Principal secretary for ministry of Education Justin Saidi claimed all teachers have refused the salaries a claim denied by Teachers Union of Malawi.

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Mapwiya
Mapwiya
10 months ago

Bravo Karonga pple Mtambo amanganso zimenezo,stupid northerners!!!!! zinthu zanu zomwe mukuononga keneko muziti boma likusankha, Fools

Chilipa Thako
10 months ago

Anyakwa amenewa musamangire office ili yonse kumeneko akhale kaye choncho kwa kanthawi.

Mtete
Mtete
10 months ago

Zoononga nyumba ndiye uchitsiru chifukwa you will need it tomorrow.

kanchenga
kanchenga
10 months ago

Rioting burning looting and breaking are languages for the voiceless. Ignore them you sink with them. There is no power out there to stop it except paying attention and act on it. No army no weapons but care and love.

Joloza
10 months ago

Evil

Malawian
Malawian
10 months ago

Am very worried where Malawi is leading us to

Keen Observer
Keen Observer
10 months ago

That is exactly what happens when the country has got no leadership. It is on autopilot

Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson
10 months ago

Under the dynamic leadership of his excellency

Mandado@147
10 months ago

idiots pay people go around collecting IDs yourself regional offices can do that in a day! lazy bones

Wilson Nkwanda
Wilson Nkwanda
10 months ago

This is not good for the country. So, taxpayers must fund it to be re-constructed. We need to be responsible citizens by caring for the public structures. This is extremism at its worst. Please stop this. Why destroy an infrastructure that serves a lot of people?
Zinazo anthu akuonjeza kwambiri.

John Gray Gufa
John Gray Gufa
10 months ago

Mtambo has nurtured criminals. No wander HRDC was described as a terrorist grouping.

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