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mwiza mose
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We are all Malawians. Why the bickering like small kids.Federalism doesnot mean that The North will be a sovereign country. Development seems to be the main issue that the north is crying foul.

Frank
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fack you all how comment without thinking. chamba amadya amako think when you writte here northern is a blesed land

collins
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We’ve seen ur problems and soon we will have it solved.

United Party
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Malawians from the Centre and South are quick to label Northerners tribalistic or regionalistic. I have this to say. If you feel jealousy because someone not from your home, or tribe or region is doing well, know that it is you who is tribalistic or nepotistic or regionalistic. If we are one not divided along tribal or regional lines, why would it matter if more students are coming from one region? Why should we introduce quota to right an otherwise correct system for people who believe in oneness? It is because we ourselves are tribalistic and would want the best… Read more »
limbani imran misinga
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limbani imran misinga

impacts of imperialism and colonialism

tk
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The government is not solving anything with its quota system. Many parents from the north are sacrificing the little money they have to send their children outside the country where the quality of education fortunately is very high. In 10 years to come, this country will be shocked with the calibre of educated people that the country will have from the northern region. You will not compare them with the graduates from the other regions as these are intelligent students on top of their high IQ will have high quality education. Quota will only impact a few poor northerners. The… Read more »
absalom mseteka
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Dont talk of tribalism my friend lets follow constution

Witpot
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Aphungu achitumbukanu ngati ndimphavu kumpoto komweko try 2 hear Mr Speaker in the parliament,mwina kapena makaniwa ndichamba cha khotakota

Dadaboma
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Chiwaya I feel sorry for you – I thought, by looking at how you struggle to live, you have some wisdom to make up for your handicap.

Nebuccadnezer
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Republic of Thengere

Kanyimbi
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Inu Ngwira musamamumvere ndi wavimbuza. He is saying he wants to fight for equal share of resources but he doesn’t want quota system.

Kenkkk
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Some of you seem to be ignorant about the meaning of quota, where it is appropriate to apply and where it is not appropriate to apply quota. Education is one area where you can’t apply quota because it is based on academic performance or exams not population or where someone comes from. Even proportionality can’t be applied in academic environment because exams sort out people. Those under-achievers can be helped but not at the expense of bright students. After all we are creating a workforce for malawi, not for the regions. The same tumbukas you are insulting are working everywhere… Read more »
Bozozo
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Quota can apply in the education sector. Since time immemorial Malawi has always applied a quota system to promote girls education. It may be urgued that the system disadvantages boys who score higher than girls but are denied places in favour of girls. In South Africa they have black empowerment policy. This is at the expense of some equally deserving whites. In America similar policies were adopted to address the plight of blacks through affirmative policy. In Nigeria education is free in the Muslim dominated North where the dreaded Boko haram is attacking schools. This pilocy which the Christian dominated… Read more »
Kenkkk
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I never said you should not help those that are behind. But the help should not be at the expense of those who have excelled in academic exams. You talk about Nigeria Muslims, yes they get help but nobody with good grades in the south of the country is denied education. Yes we should help but we should not punish high achievers by denying them education. Yes we should help Muslims in mangochi and girls but not at the expense of high academic achievers. The rest of Malawi should be on equal footing through academic exams, those who work hard… Read more »
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