Dr Kazonga said the situation had been appalling and motivation among pupils was low.
Vubwi District Commissioner, Valenis Moyo confirmed the development today but said the storage sheds were renovated to provide a conducive learning environment.
Ms Moyo explained that while some pupils were learning in storage sheds, others were learning from a one by three classroom block, which was situated about two kilometres away from the sheds.
“The situation is expected to change when Government builds a new boarding school in this rural district, “she said.
She said that a tender for the construction of the boarding school was expected to be floated within the next two months.
The district commissioner was responding to complaints over why the pupils have continued to learn from storage sheds for such a long time now.
And another development the By-elections for councillors which will be held in three wards in Vubwi constituency have been deliberately caused by PF group.
They started pleading with the councillors to defect from their parties sometimes back in February 2013.
Hard cash money of about kr6000 was used to bribe the councillors to resign from their opposition parties and join PF. The DC Vubwi released her new vehicle to ferry the three councillors to Mchinji boma in Malawi at Joels motel where PF gave the poor councillors hard cash and they resigned immediately.
PF government seems to continue wasting tax payers money on unnecessary by elections instead of developing rural areas.These by elections rooming are caused by government with the motive to put the opposition parties to rest in their graves.We wish peaceful By-elections in wards in Vubwi.
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