Malawi govt hails Bushiri’s sustainable approach to helping needy students: Urges ‘Major 1’ to do more

South Africa-based leader of the Enlightened Christian Gathering  (ECG) Church, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, has earned a salute from  government for his sustainable approach to helping the education sector in Malawi, especially in providing bursaries to needy student.

Baleke: Government appreciates and salutes Bushiri’s suistanable approach to supporting good education outcomes
Some of the beneficiaries of Bushiri’s education bursary support

This follows Bushiri’s granting of a four-year bursary scheme on Monday to over 15 students at Mchinji Secondary School who were out of school because of lack of support.

The scheme involves, payment of user fees from the current term to the time they graduate in Form Four; a moderate ‘pocket money’ every term to help them meet emerging needs; new uniform pack and school bag each academic year; and regular provision of learning materials—pens, mathematical instruments, notebook, etc.

Speaking on behalf of Mchinji District Education Manager (DEM) office, Raphael Beleke said government appreciates every effort put in place by non-state actors in helping achieve its goal of ensuring everyone access the right to education.

“Prophet Bushiri has demonstrated a powerful gesture in ensuring that these students are taken care of until their finish their studies. This is the sustainable approach that government is encouraging,” he said.

Baleke then urged Bushiri to do more because the need out there is just enormous—something Bushiri’s communications director Ephraim Nyondo said he will take it up.

Nyondo further added that the gesture in Mchinji is just part of Prophet Bushiri’s School Adoption Programme which was launched in South Africa in July 2018.

“It an Africa-wide School Adoption Programme, where selected struggling schools will be adopted and have their every emerging need met’.

“The programme is part of our Prophet Bushiri’s effort to help our governments meet Goal 4 of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) adopted by the United Nations (UN) in 2016.

“The goal seeks to ensure that, by 2030, all girls and boys complete free, equitable and quality primary and secondary education leading to relevant and effective learning outcomes,” he said.

Last year during the launch in South Africa, Prophet Bushiri adopted Kloofwaters Primary School in Rustenburg and he continues to support each and every of its emerging need.

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5 years ago

This is only sustainable if the donor continues to contribute funds.

5 years ago

Mwagwira ntchito Prophet.Ntchito za manja anu zikuchitireni umboni bwa. Chimanga mumatipatsa ku Malawi,pano fees?Ambuye akuyendereni mwapadera

5 years ago

Where is Pastor Salanje? Iwe Salanje see how rich pipo talks! Splash on everything that comes their way osangoti ma benz a second hand mbweee! Mkumalalata apa! Let the money talk on your behalf this is the way thanks to bushiri though im not his fan but give credit to where it dues!

Karim Mbava ya Chimwenye.
Reply to  Kholowa

Its not only Salanje. What about those Malawians who are rich who does not care about the poor. Kuli achina Mulli, Kareem the thief, Chaponda. Cant they also take the stolen portion and help the needy.

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