• December 7, 2022 1:08 pm

Apostle Kawinga says education key to prosperous future

By Malawi Exclusive

Founder of Salvation for all Ministries Apostle Clifford Kawinga who is also founder of Shalom Schools has encouraged parents to send their children to schools saying its only key to future fortunes.

Apostle Kawinga was speaking during the closing cermony of Shalom Private Schools academic year.
Kawinga said was happy that Shalom has contributed towards provision of education in the country.

“I must say that on the positive side we have progressively contributed to the education of our 300 learners.  Most importantly we have seen the numerical and communication skills being improved among our learners. Our children can perfectly communicate in queen’s language.”He said.
Apostle Kawinga commended parents and guardians for the the support towards growth of Shalom Scools.

“We have to honestly say that we have enjoyed the support from guardians and parents through timely payment of fees and punctual bringing of the learners to school. This speaks volume of the trust you have in this school. We have together sailed through the COVID 19 pandemic and we thank parents for ensuring preventive measure besides the utilities which were provided by the school.” He added.

Kawinga has since reminded those parents who had challenges to cooperate with the teaching staff that needed to improve.

“Teaching a child is collaborative process where teachers take charge of the classroom and the learning environment at school while parents take charge of the learning outcomes at home.

We took note of some parents and guardians who wanted teachers to continue with all the teaching responsibilities including those that were supposed to be performed by parents at home. It’s our pleasure that we worked together to make the best for our children.”    

Kawinga has since congratulated all the students for the nice journey they had and said was aware that the learners must have some good and ordinary memories of school but also as one of the managers of the school.

“A farewell is a celebration to celebrate your success and wish you well but today I want you to wish us well and to be as great as you all. As students, you all made the school proud and now it’s our responsibility to carry forward the legacy.”

Kawinga has since commended school teachers for not only teaching academic work to the students but also the moral values which they inculcate in them  which is more necessary in today’s world. 

However concluding his speech Kawinga announce a 100 percent bursury of 3 children starting next school season. He said the idea is complent Government effort of Agenda 2063.

“Our school despite being a private school it aims to contribute to the Malawi Agenda 2063 in the education sector. We will strive to provide quality education and also making education accessible to the underprivileged children. To that effect we would like to announce that Shalom Private School beginning the next academic year will provide a 100% bursary to three needy children. The children will be identified through local chiefs and the management of the school.

Of late Apostle Clifford Kawinga has been engaging himself in charity work and recently he donates blankets worthy over thirty million Malawi kwakcha (K35m) to over 3000 people in three selected Tradition Authorities in Zomba District.

The beneficiaries of the blankets included the elderly, orphans, widows and other vulnerable people.

Kawinga made the donation at Mkolokosa Primary School ground on Sunday during a gospel crusade his ministry organised in the Area of Sub Tradition Authority Mwembele in Zomba District.

The Apostle has since pledged that his Ministry will continue touching souls of the needy people.

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