Kalulushi, July 8, 2019, ZANIS --- Following President Edgar Lungu’s directive to Kalulushi Member of Parliament Kapampa Chewe to provide transport especially for the vulnerable pupils at Chati South boarding school, the area law maker has responded in the affirmative.

Mrs. Chewe pledged that she will provide a bus for the pupils at Chati south boarding school to reduce the distance vulnerable children especially cover on foot to the school.

She told President Edgar Lungu who was inspected the newly constructed boarding school that she was going to help the children with a bus will reduce this challenge.

Chati boarding secondary school is among several secondary schools that government has built across the country to improve access to quality education in the country.

The secondary school is first one to be constructed in the district at a cost of about 63 million kwacha and is 18 kilometres from Kalulushi town.

Currently the school has 226 pupils who are day scholars and boarders.

President Lungu who interacted with pupils during his inspection of the school encouraged them to remain focus and work hard to achieve their dreams.

During his tour of the school, the Republican President inspected the school hall, science and computer laboratories.

And Copperbelt University vice chancellor professor Nason Ngoma said the university has donated computers to the pupils to help them enhance information technology lessons.

Professor Ngoma said the university will provide more to help the learners once more space is provided at the school.

President Lungu is expected to commission the secondary school this afternoon.