By: Mathews Mfune
The opposition People’s Party has urged the government to consider finding lasting solutions to many of the problems affecting people in the country especially on the economy, agriculture, education and the health sectors.
PP interim leader Uladi Mussah said this at a rally he addressed at Salima on Sunday. Mussah said President Peter Mutharika and the ruling Democratic Progressive Party, DPP, have lost track and control of affairs in the country.
“Malawians do not need inexperienced politicians because they don’t know how to handle issues, how to implement policies and run the government that’s why we are failing to solve economic woes and address challenges in the most important sectors of education, agriculture and health. People in the rural areas are the ones suffering the most,” Mussa Said.
On issue of Education Mussa accused the government for the abolishment of Junior Certificate Examination he said when they will be back in power they will bring back JCE exams.
This is not proper to abolish it because was one way of encouraging students to improve their studying culture and if there is are no exams from standard 1 up to Form 4, the state of education will be severely lowered and that is why we promise we will bring back JCE exams ” Mussa said .
The government abolished the JC exams last year following the implementation of the public reforms spearheaded by the Vice President Dr. Saulos Chilima.