Mangochi Secondary School alumni plan for school’s 51st anniversary

Former students of Mangochi Secondary School (Masesco) in southern Malawi are planning anniversary celebrations marking 51 years of the schools existence with a plea for financial help for the school’s infrastructure development.



Publicity secretary for the main organising committee Rashid Amadu Mapila to Nyasa Times that the 5th December celebration  with be held at the school ‘s  campus under the theme  “consolidating the past, shaping Mangochi’s academic future” .

“Having critically evaluated the status of the school, observation remains that the school continue to register serious challenges that need urgent attention from alumni,” says Mapila.

Mapila, the former station manager for Radio Islam, says the school has poor infrastructure, poor sanitation, few girls’ hostel, lack of security as the school is not fenced “just to mention a few.”

A graduate of Islamic University in Uganda as well as Chancellor College in Malawo, Mapila  says Masesco is proud of having produced a good number of professionals in different fields who have and continue to contribute greatly to the development of the country.

“Therefore, we are calling upon all these former students and well wishers to fully participate in the celebrations and humbly appeal for financial and material contributions towards success of this event in particular and the school in general.

“As part of activities leading to the main event, Mapila says,  interface meetings with school’s alumni across all ages have been planned for 7th November 2015 for example at Blantyre and Lilongwe,” the meetings will be held at Malawi College of Health Sciences Hall while in Mangochi will be at Masesco hall.

“There are high expectations that if Masesco alumni was to join hands and work towards improving the current status of school, will be shaping the school’s academic future by among others providing conducive environment for current and future generations who might as well make positive contributions to the economic, political and social development of the country”, says Mapila.

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I’m happy for this, will be there at Health Sciences


kubwera kwa bhoo kwende tutunde yeleyi!!


I have bn waiting for this initiative to come. Make proper arrangements for us in Lilongwe. Proudly Mangochian. Nkhani ndi yothandiza sukulu ndiye ingakhale ife amene sitinaphunzile pa Masesco tithandize coz ana azibale athu amapita kumeneko. Thumb up Mapila


Some Were Born Jealousy’..Shame


The biggest noise you hear on your road to success is that of critics.

Thum up Mapira and the Team.
We are there to support the good initiative


A stampycious, leave that brilliant chap alone to do what he knows best as far as publicity is concerned. This falls within his area of specialisation. Has been my deskmate at masesco right from 2 b and 4 b and graduated together in 1994 class! Do your ground work again. Mfana madu, how about account details for our contributions?

Wakamwile Kuchitekwe
Stampycious – You better get your facts right. Its either you were too young to understanding his movements in his academic career or you have not done any research for you to have an informed opinion on where he did his senior Secondary School. For your information he was my class mate and played soccer for Mangochi. Jut a point of correction. However the most important thing in the story is the agenda that he is bringing. The rest is the mediocrity that Malawians normally bring in, on a positive undertaking. Be positive buddy, you can as well contribute financially… Read more »
Stear Maunde

This is good for the betterment of the school


Hey, i pity you malawians, too much jealous! Mumafuna munakakhala Inuyo! you are not God’s choice panopa, wait for your turn.

Bonomali, M.A.

Mangochi Secondary School! Our School! Our pride!!!

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