Malawi: 90 youths to benefit from Tay Grin’s driving school

By Martha Chikoti

Democratic Progressive Party aspirant for Lilongwe City Centre Tay Grin says 90 youths will benefit in the first phase of the driving school initiative.

Tay Grin whose real name is Limbani Kalilani launched the free driving school over the weekend at Njanje Ground in Area 25 in the constituency.

Kalilani said he believes that the driving school will enable the youths to concentrate and build their future.

He also expressed hope that the training will reduce some of the challenges youths in the constituency are facing.

“I promised people in this constituency that I will launch this driving school and now I have put my words into action, in the first phase we will recruit 90 people who will be grouped in 4 which means that we will be training 15 people only at a time,” he explained.

In his remarks, Central Region Vice President for the DPP Uladi Mussa asked people in the constituency to vote for Peter Mutharika in the May elections and Kalirani as Member of Parliament.

He reminded the people about the developmental projects which the party has brought in this country such as roads, stadiums and hospitals.

Speaking at the rally, senior Group Fumbwe asked the party to consider constructing a school at area 5 saying pupils walk distance to access education.

In his response, Senior District Governor Mussa Saidi pledged that the ruling party will make sure to do all it can because they put the needs of people at heart.

Lilongwe City Centre Constituency has six wards with 14 candidates who are contesting on the position of Member of Parliament.

Source Malawi24

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