Norfolk Schools Unveils Magnificent School Project
Norfolk Schools has unveiled plan to construct a magnificent school that will accommodate about 2, 000 students at Mzedi in Chiradzulu.
The Schools’ board chairperson, Newton Sande Sindo, says the project will help more students further their education in America.
He said this on Tuesday during ground breaking ceremony for the 5 million worth project.
“Norfolk Schools in Malawi is an institution that trains young people to study in colleges in the US. We have been renting a place but any time from now we will be moving to this place. We are going to construct a very beautiful school here,” he said.
Chief Executive Officer for the Schools, Dr. Joe Ntika, said that “this project is going to cost a lot of money. We are talking about millions of dollars in excess of $5 million.
“Currently, we are raising funds in the United States of America and we are also approaching the federal government in the US to help pus out,” he said.
Dr. Ntika said they will be involving the community surround the place for a win-win situation.
“We want to make sure that we can help them in any way possible. There are a lot of plans that we have in the school such as humanitarian aid to churches and ministries in various districts such as Zomba, Mzuzu and Kasungu,” he said.