Vitumbiko Thindwa 19 elected Speaker in Ayuba led Chanco students union

A 19 year-old third year Vitumbiko Thindwa, who is   pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in education language, was elected  Speaker in the Chancellor College Student Union (SUCC) trouncing  Andrea Naweta, and Yasin Daudi.

Vitumbiko Thindwa: SUCC Speaker

Vitumbiko Thindwa: SUCC Speaker

Thindwa scooped 707 votes seconded by Naweta who got 241 votes and Daudi came last with 207 votes.

“I will put student’s welfare ahead of personal gains and I can assure you that am ready to handle pressure of any intensity,” Thindwa is quoted saying.

Other females who were elected in the executive are; Esther Khao as vice president, Esther Bonyonga as director of women affairs, and Janet Mgawadere as committee member.

Here is the full list of the new SUCC executive:

President: Sylvester Ayuba James

Vice: Esther Khao

Speaker: Vitumbiko Thindwa

Vice: Watson Mbughi

Entertainment Director: Omega Sambakusi

Vice: Yasin Makwinja

Director of Women affairs: Esther Bonyonga

Director of Publications: Fanuel Matandika

Vice: Chisomo Shaba

Director of Catering: Treazer Kambote

Vice: Richard Mwanza

UMSU representatives: Godfrey Pumbwa and Fiskani Nkhoma

Director of Sports: Macdonald Matalala

Vice: Elvis Kasaile

Treasure General: Timothy Chikoti

Vice: Trevor Mphalale

Director of Special Needs: Thandizo Maziyaya

Director of Academics: Johannes Changata

Secretary General: Edward Chilenje

Vice: Mike Munthali

Committee Members: Janet Mgawadere, Ephraim Zulu, George Mwandama, and Eliya Zawanda.

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19 yrs yachani mwana akusenza akulu uyu shit! chidakwa


zamanyiiiii! mpaka nkhani zopusazi pano? she z not 19 ndiwadzaka 24 uyu. zampwesa zanuzi ayi watokhala ndi speaker waku parliament??????


Congrats Vitumbiko!

Congrats Dozza!


nsonkhano uliwonse ndizinka as long as akupanga present ndiyeyi

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