Poly students advocate for clean environment: Mayor Chalamanda joins sweeping exercise

Business Communications students from the Malawi Polytechnic on Thursday conducted a sweeping exercise in Limbe Commercial Business District in response to the Keep Blantyre Clean initiative.

Poly students pse with Mayor Chalamanda during the sweeping exercise
Poly students pse with Mayor Chalamanda during the sweeping exercise
Sweeping exercise with the Mayor
Sweeping exercise with the Mayor
Mayor working ahead
Mayor working ahead

Mayor of Blantyre City Councillor Noel Chalamanda, wh joined the sweeping exercise together with Councillors Louis Ngalande of Misesa Ward and Nellie Nseula of Limbe Central Ward, said the students’ action was a true commitment to making the city clean.

Said Chalamanda: “This is the time when as residents of Blantyre, we should claim the city back. There is no need to point fingers on who is responsible for the damage we have caused to the environment, what we need is to act on the problem.”

He said the sweeping exercise should not be the last but the beginning of what he called a noble cause as the students have shown that even though they are busy with their studies, they are also concerned with the environment they are living in.

Patience Silungwe, the students’ representative, said they thought that as communicators, it was their duty to go out and tell people on the importance of living in a healthy environment hence the sweeping exercise.

“Our class decided to take part in the Keep Blantyre Clean and Green Campaign by engaging ourselves in a sweeping exercise which has happened today and we would like to advocate on how important cleaning the environment is,” said Silungwe.

Councillor Ngalande said the exercise will send a good signal to the public on why they should take care of the city.

“The gesture today fits well with the Keep Blantyre Clean and Green Initiative which the Mayor is advocating together with all of us as members of the Council. What you have done today is history since this is the first time in my Ward,” said Ngalande.

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tiyo
6 years ago

the lady in that first pic puting in white and black top mtrouser mwakemo mwadzadza chani?

martin lolani
martin lolani
6 years ago

kusesa ???? pa college???

frackson ojesi
frackson ojesi
6 years ago

woza bwana chalamanda, kumeneko ndiye kubwela.

aphade
aphade
6 years ago

Kodi ku Lilongwe n Mzuzu aliko Mayor, kapena ndi mmodzi yemweyo popeza amakhalila ku BT.Ndiumzemkoni Guys kusadziwa mkufa komwe.

Mopiha Vokhiwa
Mopiha Vokhiwa
6 years ago

IT’S NOT ABOUT SWEEPING BUT MAKING SURE THAT WE DO NOT LITTER IN THE FIRST PLACE AND THE CITY ASSEMBLY SHOULD PROVIDE FACILITIES TO PROMOTE HYGIENE . ZIMBUZI, MABINI, KUWOLA ZINYALALA, ETC. A MAYOR MUSESA KANGATI?

Chakwera
6 years ago

zitsiru za Beam

Natchinkha
Natchinkha
6 years ago

That’s very good. Keep it up our Mayor Chalamanda.

Garu Wa Garu
Garu Wa Garu
6 years ago

“IF NOT ME, WHO WILL” Good job.

Crispin Mkandawire
Crispin Mkandawire
6 years ago

This sounds like a very good move. I commend everyone involved. Please keep it up and spread the news so that more people are involved.

Lilongwe resident
Lilongwe resident
6 years ago

The Mayor of Blantyre is very exemplary to the youngsters.He should also come to Lilongwe and teach the LL mayor how to hold a broom.Lilongwe is full of rubbish with no bins yet they are very proud to call it a city with non working dirty toilets all over.Malawi has totally lost the standards.

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