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DRC: Congolese children go back to school

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Maker-Mwangu

By Josephine Lukoya

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Congolese students head back to school, Monday, Sept. 5. Friday, September 2, the Minister of Primary, Secondary and Vocational Education (EPSP), Maker Mwangu said that all arrangements are made for the resumption of classes is set in a peaceful environment as agreed between the Inter-teacher and the Government in the Memorandum of Understanding signed on 1 September in Kinshasa.

Maker Mwangu asked students to resume their notebooks and school bags to return to school.
“We must work to work for the hope of the country based on them,” he told them before turning to parents:

“We know that raising children is expensive but you cannot produce a result without effort. That this effort is provided with pleasure.”

He asked the political and administrative leaders to make every effort to facilitate the arrival of students in schools and their management because, he said, the school is a good of the community.

This year, in addition to the classes of first, second and third year primary, and the free education will be extended to those in fourth year.

But that free does not apply to schools in the cities of Kinshasa and Lubumbashi.

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