48 MSCE candidates in road accident

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48 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) exam candidates from Manyamula Community Day Secondary School in Mzimba were on Friday involved in an accident as they were going to their centre to sit for Friday’s paper.

Confirming the development to the media was Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) public relations officer, Simeon Maganga.

Maganga said he was saddened with the accident which has seen the candidates failing to sit for Friday’s paper.

Police report indicates that the candidates were traveling in a lorry heading towards Edingeni cluster centre to sit for the exams.

It is reported that before reaching the cluster centre, the vehicle which they were traveling in overturned as the driver failed to control it due to brake failure.

Luckily enough, there was no death reported during the accident but over ten candidates have been admitted at the district’s hospital after sustaining injuries.

On Friday only, there were about three other accidents reported which include the Zalewa bus accident, Magalasi truck accident and Nsipe lorry accident

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    • YOU MUST BE EMPTY IN YOUR HEAD BOKO THATS WY YOU ARE HALAAM. HOW DOES BRAKE FAILURE AND OVERSPEEDING CONCERN PRESIDENT, HAVE U EVERSEEN PRESIDENT DRIVING A LORRY OR BUS? THE PROBLEM IS POOR CHOICE OF TRANSPORT AND IF U SEE A PROBLEM YOU JUST SIT DOWN. IF YOU NOTICE A PROBLEM WHILE A BOARD YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO STOP THE VEHICLE AND COME OUT. FOR IT IS BETTER TO LOSE MONEY THAN LOSING A LIFE.

    • Bokho is right cos de president has de power to come up with road regulations of wch it will be good for each person including malawi as a country.frankly speaking malawi is poor wen it comes to road issues😏😏😏

  4. We may have plans to fulfill bt God is the only one and real to fulfill.This is what happens when a nation is domed.God forgive our sins.

  5. Satana wakhala pachiongolero chadzuko,ndalama zachilungamo zidatha lero wina akuseka wina kulunda.malawi dziko lonyamulila kanisenise koma ntchito zake zonyasa,lowelelaponi YEHOVA mwina ndkupulumutsako wambewu.

  6. Repentance is needed to everyone of us here on earth.see how accidents are happening.It seems evil has taken control of our country through accidents.May God help us.

  7. 48 Malawi School Certificate of Education (MSCE) exam candidates from Manyamula Community Day Secondary School in Mzimba were on Friday involved in an accident as they were going to their centre to sit for Friday’s paper.
    Confirming the development to the media was Malawi National Examination Board (MANEB) public relations officer, Simeon Maganga.
    Maganga said he was saddened with the accident which has seen the candidates failing to sit for Friday’s paper.
    Police report indicates that the candidates were traveling in a lorry heading towards Edingeni cluster centre to sit for the exams.
    It is reported that before reaching the cluster centre, the vehicle which they were traveling in overturned as the driver failed to control it due to brake failure.
    Luckily enough, there was no death reported during the accident but over ten candidates have been admitted at the district’s hospital after sustaining injuries.
    On Friday only, there were about three other accidents reported which include the Zalewa bus accident, Magalasi truck accident and Nsipe lorry accident