Balaka Youths want tighter video show regulations

Youths in Balaka have decried lack of proper regulations guiding the video show business, saying it has drastically affected the quality of education as most many children whose schools are close to trading centers abscond classes because of video shows according to Balaka District Youth Chairperson, James Juma.

Juma was speaking at a meeting organised by Nkhadze Alive Youth Organisation (Nayorg) at the districts council offices to share successes of a Tilitonse governance funded project. Nayorg executive director Charles Sinetre said 61 youth monitors have been empowered to monitor the development of the district.

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