Don't cheat during exams, Phalombe CCAP cleric tells students

Written by  Esnart Chingwalu,MBC Stringer

Form four students in the country have been asked to desist from cheating as they start writing their final MANEB examinations.

Rev. Mathero Msatithe, Modernator, Phalombe CCAP Rev. Mathero Msatithe, Modernator, Phalombe CCAP
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Moderator for Phalombe CCAP church, Reverend Mathero Msatithe was speaking during prayers that were organized to pray for the students from various schools in the district before they start their examinations.

 

Msatithe encouraged the students in the country that they should not get scared with the MANEB examination instead they should put all their faith in the Lord. He says, the students should realize that “putting God first is the only way to succeed in this examination and it is also the only reason that made Phalombe CCAP organize such prayers.”

 

He continued by quoting the Biblical scriptures from the book of Mathews 6:33 and Proverbs 1:7. He told the students that in everything they do, should put God first just as they are writing their examination.

 

 One of the students from Phalombe secondary school who attended the prayers, Lillian Suwedi, thanked Phalombe CCAP for organizing the prayers, saying she was ready to face the examination and challenged to pass with flying colours.

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