Mangochi Police Women Network awards best student

Written by  McDonald Chiwayula

Barely two weeks after Mangochi Police Women Network donated school items to 10 less privileged girls, the female law enforcers have awarded a top MSCE scorer at St. Monica CDSS.

Mangochi Police Women Network handing over the gift to Halima Amasi Mangochi Police Women Network handing over the gift to Halima Amasi

The function took place on Tuesday November 6, 2018 at the school campus which was highly patronized by students, teachers and members of the community. 


Halima Amasi (17) emerged highest in the just released MSCE results by scooping 13 points. Amasi received a K20, 000 worth gift from the Police Women Network.

Speaking to the gathering, Chairperson for the network, Inspector Norah Chimwala, narrated that the gesture is a fulfillment of a promise the network made in their previous visit to the school.

"I would like to applaud Halima Amasi for proving to the world that it’s possible for a girl child to excel in academics given such a challenging environment. Let me urge you to maintain the hardworking spirit as you pursue tertiary education. Where you are going is a free world so you need to remain focused." commended Chimwala. 

Sgt. Amina Tepani Daudi after a motivation talk with the  girls

She further advised and encouraged the rest of the students to do even much better.

"The world has become so competitive and MSCE is just a stepping stone therefore you need to attain higher education to make it in life," advised Chimwala.

In her remarks Amasi thanked the Police women for the gift.

"Am very humbled and this is quite a big surprise especially from Police personnel. I promise to put an extra gear wherever l go. Additionally am urging my fellow students to respect the teachers and follow my footsteps" said Amasi.

Mangochi Police Women Network has been active in both charity and work related initiatives that include school visits, donations, sensitization campaigns and school outreach programmes on child marriages and teenage pregnancies.

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