Copperbelt University CBU student working as a bus conductor at Kulima Tower for 4 years has been given K2,500 as pocket money by a Lusaka businessman after his story was televised yesterday.
A story of 23 year old Mushiba Chingundu, a 3rd year mining engineering student at CBU working as a bus conductor at Kulima Tower to raise monies to meet school needs during holidays went viral today.#Zedgossip
And Lusaka businessman Chris Chiinda popularly known as Chris Mall was prompted to look for the CBU ‘bus conductor’at Kulima Tower to appreciate his effort and commitment towards school.
Mr. Chiinda has given Mushiba K2,500 as pocket money for his school needs calling on well-wishers to come to the aid of the student trying to hustle for his educational needs.
Mr. Chiinda said he was pleased after seeing a news item on TV last evening of a student working as a bus conductor to raise school funds which he said should serve as an inspiration to most young people who would only prefer white collar jobs.#Zedgossip
Meanwhile, Mushiba Chingundubu said he is working on the Chipata ma plot route as a conductor where he makes between K70 and K100 daily during holidays to sustain his school needs.
He said the token of appreciation from Chris Mall will go a long way in settling some arrears and costs for his school needs despite the discrimination against him as a bus conductor.