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Police Net 6 Mzuni Students

The police have arrested six Mzuzu University students for blocking the M1 road as they were protesting against MSB’s criteria of approving tuition fees and stationery allowances to needy students.

Mzuzu Police Spokesperson Sergeant Edward Longwe said the arrested students have been charged with conduct likely to cause breath of peace and malicious damage.

“The students blocked the M1 road from Mzuzu to Karonga during their demonstrations and we have arrested six of them,” said Sergeant Longwe

During the protest there were running battles between the police and the students a development that later caused traffic jam on the busiest road in the region.

Sergeant Longwe indicated that they have also received a complaint that one of the vehicles has been damaged by the irate students.

A student who spoke on condition of anonymity said the student community is expected to hold a meeting where a way forward on how to present their grievances to the Malawi Savings Bank would be discussed.

The arrested students are Patrick Nkhoma aged 20, Meckson Manda 23, Dumusani Shawa 21, Mike Kamunthu 23, Rodrick Nhango 27, Simon Chikumba—Zodiak Online

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0 #9 chakudowa 2012-06-10 09:29
you Mzuni headless kids, act maturely tinzeru toperewerato akakuchotsani nato sukulu mulowela kuti. komanso kodi anali anyamata okhaokha?zodabwitsatu izi. shld we say girls are wel behaved?
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0 #8 elick banda 2012-04-11 15:11
guys u av 2 ask urself. R u d first person 2 b @ Nzuni? If nt mumanyada chifukwa chani? Padari anzanu were behaving lyk pple. y do u act as if u r a dog? Shame on u >>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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0 #7 WASSIE MATULA 2012-03-20 13:51
mwawa kumwenda that is a good comment tell these litttle children how should an educated person block the Road.hehehehehehhehe h
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0 #6 Mwawi Kumwenda 2012-03-15 09:18
Different pple use that road including ambulances.U will kill your own relatives seeking for medical attention.No conection between your problems and the road.Let's just follow the right channel,otherwi se we will just punish innocent pple.
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0 #5 Gunda 2012-02-23 12:10
Mzuni nde chani u didnt have any reason to go to the street.Discuss wit the bank through ur college.useless kids.
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0 #4 Head master 2012-02-20 13:37
Mr chibwana, amaloleza kulemba chichewa. Chizungu chanuchi muzionetsako anzanu kuti akukonzeni musanalembe kuti dziko lione. BOOKS U R READING TODAY OTHER PEOPLE READ IT LONGTIME? mumafuna kulemba chani? Pitani ku sukulu ya kwacha mukaphunzire kulemba. Dziko likudalira inu.
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0 #3 das 2012-02-16 16:49
mr chibwana kusukulu munapitako???????????
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+1 #2 INE 2012-02-16 09:08
Man...!! Inuyo mukuti books books books.. Muli ku university iliyonse?!.. Mukuwona ngati sitimatha kukambirana mwamtendere?.. Kapenatu mutiwuze the criteria used by the MSB to determine who has access to the loan. Man... whoever u r.. don't just talk for the sake of talking or commenting ur views.. Now tell me.. If it were u, as a student, what would u do?!. Basi ndasiya..! Uyiyankhenso... Ndimaphunzira pa MZUNI wamva!!!!
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-1 #1 Damiano Chibwana 2012-02-15 15:01
YOU MZUNI STUDENTS BEHALVE LIKE MATURED PEOPLE, DO U KNOW THAT THE BOOKS UR READING TODAY OTHER PEOPLE READ IT LONGTIME AGO WHY CAN'T U TABLE YOUR VIEWS WITH THE BANK POLITELY NOT DAMAGING PEOPLES VEHICLES?
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