Polytechnic students, a constituent college of the University of Malawi (UNIMA) have started leaving the campus one by one following the management decision to shut down the School over the violence that happened on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, students went on the street to express their anger over delay by government in releasing allowances and studentâ€™s loan.
The development saw Police officers firing teargas to disperse the angry students.
The situation forced management at the school to close the institution, ordering all students to leave the campus by 8am today.
A visit by FaceofMalawiâ€™s reporter at Polytechnic campus saw few students hovering around the campus while the management together with Students Union locked in a meeting.
The campus is also heavily manned by Police armed to teeth.
Meanwhile rights activist have expressed shock over the immediate closure of the Polytechnic
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