UNZA students chased from exam rooms

UNZA students chased from exam rooms

 

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    How one comes to conclude the man has been paid by the opposition is a paralysis of analysis. When systems fail petty political parochialism set in. Truth be said, there is poor leadership at most levels if not all.

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    Muwerewere 2 weeks ago

    I don’t support free handouts but UNZA should have found better ways of dealing with defaulting students on fees. Even Zambia has defaulted as a country then were does one expect private citizens get the money. The best UNZA management could have done the allow the students to write exams and without the results for the defaulting students. How did they allow to attend lectures and only to be turned away from writing exams. This type of action is killing the idea of development. UNZA management should pull up it socks.

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    Sad patriot 2 weeks ago

    The man is right. In Zambia under the current fee-paying education system, students are required to be up to date with their fees before they can access lessons and exams. We have become a nation of chancers at every opportunity. It’s a pity that most people will fail to proceed with their education due to economic challenges but people should realise that universities have their own financial obligations and as a result they need to be paid what’s owed to them. This is the sad reality today. Those blaming the man in blue for saying the truth are simply failing to accept reality.

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    Bo MUNYENGE MUNYENGE 2 weeks ago

    That man definitely has been paid by the opposition to frustrate both the students and PF Government. Remove him from UNZA!!!! He is not serving the interests of the students and government, instead he is serving the interests of the opposition whose agenda is to create anarchy at UNZA. Fire him!!! A person of his intellect and character should know very well that due to covid a lot of businesses were affected slowing down economic activities.At his age he should use his God given wisdom to allow the students to sit for the exams and then pay later.His children are abroad and he wants to deny our children education.Sack him please, let him go and lecture cows at the privatization master’s farm.

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    THE REAL PRIVATIZATION THIEVES 2 weeks ago

    That man in a blue suit enjoyed free education at the expense of our parent’s and grandparent’s sweat.I think he has been paid by the opposition UPND to deny our children a chance to sit for their exams.He wants these students to rise against the government.The PF secretary general Hon Davies Mwila should hear this.

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      Bo MUNYENGE MUNYENGE 2 weeks ago

      i said it yesterday that the vice chancellor only wants to create acrimony at UNZA.See now the students have burnt his office.

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    Academician 2 weeks ago

    Money is difficult to come by especially in this covid era. Allow the students to write the exams.

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    Academician 2 weeks ago

    Is Luke trying to decampaign the PF Government? Why cant he allow students to write the exams.

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      Wanzelu 2 weeks ago

      Typical of PF failing to run the University.

      Has PF withheld the University grant forcing University to resolt to draconian measures of barring students writing exams.

      The sane thing to do is allow university students to write exams then demand fees later by withholding results.

      PF ni tupuba chabe. PF has destroyed Zambia.

      Lungu must by any means possible.

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    Bo MUNYENGE MUNYENGE 2 weeks ago

    Education world wide is expensive. What the university need to do is allow the students to write the exams then withhold the results until they settle the university fees, this has been the practice for sometime now.Unless UNZA management are trying to frustrate the poor students by denying them a chance to sit for exams.This kind of behavior by UNZA management only creates acrimony and in the end tarnishes the image of the PF government.Education is a universal right that each and every citizen of Zambia is entitled to and its not in the best interest of UNZA management to deny this right to the students.

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    Biggie 2 weeks ago

    So sad. Abaiche should be allowed to write their examinations as long as they are registered students. Why run the University like a private school. The old monk enjoyed free Education