We have learnt a lesson, Poly students confess

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Students at the Polytechnic, a constituent college of the University of Malawi (Unima) have expressed their commitment to abide by the college rules and regulations when the institution reopens on 5 October this year.

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Polytechnic students torching tyres during the protests.

The college was closed on 12 August this year after a disagreement between the students and school authorities on loan payment led to student riots.

Polytechnic Student Union (PSU) President Justice Bulaula said the students have reached a consensus with college management that they will commit themselves to the rules and regulations that govern the college and will also pay K1, 500 each for the damage they did during the riots, which they protested against delayed loans and fees.

Bulaula however asked the college authorities to make public the cost of property damage in order to ensure transparency.

In a press statement released on Saturday the college urged the public to report any student who is seen perpetrating demonstrations.

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84 Comments

  1. Honestly speakin admn ya poly silibwno, the guys (admn) they R gud 4 nothing rodents, anthu okuba kwambiri, pa poly kaya ndalama ziyendetsedwa bwanj kaya…Kunena zoona Poly is in bad shape now, no books, no decent class rums (theR was this certain incident, ch ceiling chnagwa anthu akuphunzira), kmanso osayiwala no decent lecturers(admn), nanga anthu akungotbela kma sakutchenanso, kk. In conclusion, mwna sumadziwa the highr the trash yomwe admn ikuchta the highr the intensity of kodokodo, kkk.

  2. First of all this is a very poor article, which journalism school did you attend? Please ask your editor to fire you. Of all people iweyo ngati journalist umayenela kupanga research before writing. Kapena nawe Poly imangokunyasa. Don’t be biased. Kape iwe eti.

    Thank you.

  3. the time waisted here will never b gain. A course for 4 yrs u finish in 6yrs, wat a hell is this? Students get wise, 2 mo aded yrs kuti uli pa ntchito usanagule galimoto. Dull

  4. vuto lake amazitama ati ndiwovuta chonsecho amaphunzira ulele,ati kulilanga boma osadziwa akuzilanga wokha nde pano azilipila ndi makolo anu do whatever u like

  5. From the article it shows that the writer doesn’t even know why poly students demonstrated, nde let me just tell u this; sitizasiya kukodola mpaka tizapange graduate

  6. I knw some of u ddnt hv dat chance of going ku Xul yaUkachenjede,km ay ndithu ilo silinali vuto lathu,choncho osapezerapo mwayi kutisambwadza

  7. takhala tkukuvani anthu enanu kunyoza ana apapoly kut ndimbuz chfukwa chakodokodo.coma simungazivetse zinthuz and yachulukaso enanu ndisanje chfukwa u didnt manage 2 go thru thiz coridoz,mumakhumbira!ngat zidakuvutan tiyen tzingopitiliza kukoza ndikugulitsa sapato zajesus zomwez kuno,zikuenda malondatu!

  8. Ife we were there nthawi ya Ongwazi, we couldn’t dare du dat. We will meet on the interview panel I will revenge. Kundiswerrrra Prado yanga. Mxiiii!!!!!

  9. Kkkkkk amaphwanya ndikumagenda akabaza mdi mawilibala a anthu. Achitabwino achimina zoona msewu wopangidwa ndindalamazathu zamisonkho iwo ndikumatska?c kkkkk

  10. President of republic of malawi auther Peter Muthalika has left malawi with 115 deligate representing malawi to attend UN general assembly but according to information on UN web it showz that it only cutter 6people represent the nation not 115 eish izinsoizi

  11. Azinena ndi kulapa kuchokera pasi pa mutima chifukwa anapitirila muyezo kukafika mpaka ku highway ndivulaza anthu omwe sakukhuzidwa ndi kugenda magalimoto, koma zikachitikaso osazawa khulukiraso pali ambiri akufunako komweko ndi mapoints wokwanaso

  12. This is just window dressing. In a short while, they will be taking to the streets again and start blocking the roads again and start insulting us ordinary persons who do not even know the reasons behind their demonstrations.