Bishop Martin Mtumbuka has said Karonga Diocese is planning to construct a high quality international private secondary in Karonga as one way of improving education in Northern Region.
Mtumbuka said this on the sidelines of a graduation of 125 boys that took place at Chaminade Boys Secondary School in the district.
He said Karonga Diocese wants children in the region and those from neighboring countries to access quality and standard education.
In his speech to outgoing students, Mtumbuka urged students to continue showing good behavior to the world.
“I want to thank the management and staff for beating a record by producing two students who passed with 6 points last year and sending 56 students to public universities, this clearly means there is no other school in Malawi better than us,” he said
On his part, Chaminade outgoing Headboy Philip Kashoni thanked the staff for a job well done saying they will not disappoint the staff by scoring desirable points.
During the event, Bishop Martin Mtumbuka donated a football Jersey to Chaminade boys as part of a gift on graduation.
Marianist Brothers run Chaminade boys Secondary School in partnership with the Ministry of Education and the school was established in 1963.