By Tione Andsen
Management of Dzenza Secondary School in Lilongwe has been hailed for breaking the school’s Malawian School certificate of Education (MSCE) results during the 2019 examinations.
Vice Chairperson for Dzenza Secondary School Alumni Association, Chikondi Chiumbuzo Mponda made the remarks Friday at the school when she fulfilled her pledge to assist any student who scores a single digit during 2019 examinations.
She said since the school was opened in 1983 not students have ever managed to score a single digit points.
“This year’s examinations results have been fantastic for the school where it has managed to break its on record. This boils down to commitment by teachers and hard working spirit demonstrated by students,” Chiumbuzo Mponda observed.
She said this should be motivator to other students are the school to continue working hard and strive to score single digit points in the coming examinations.
The Vice chairperson said that, “I made my promise on February 8, 2019 when we came to receive a donation of building materials from Lafarge Company and I indicated that any students who score single digit points I will buy him or her suitcase, some groceries and provide cash. I have come to deliver my promise to that student,”
Head Teacher for Dzenza Secondary School, Charles Kaitoni thanked Alumni members for their continued support they lender to the school.
He said Alumni Association have been very supportive to the school in many ways including the installation of water tanks, provision of books and chairs which have made a difference to both students and teachers.
The recipient, Ezra Kamanga, 19 who scored nine points, thanked the Vice Chairperson for fulfilling the promise she made during her last visit to the school.
He said his achievements could only be attributed to education discipline he had and support the teachers played during his school days.
Kamanga who was a Head Boy at the school urged students at the school to ensure that they are commitment to their studies if they want to excel during their examinations.
Another member of the Alumni for the School, Wyne Nhlema Nyongopa provided K20, 0000 cash to the best female student and former Head Girl, Esther Mthandie who scored 17 points.
Dzenza Secondary School record on the MSCE results stands at 11 points and teachers were owned with four crates of soft drinking for their commitment to work by the Alumni.
Kamanga received Dubai expanded suitcase, groceries and K50, 000.00 cash.-MANA