The event was graced by Gender Minister Nkandu Luo, who is also patriotic Front Munali area Member of Parliament.
Professor Luo emphasized on the need to guard jealously the infrastructure as it will serve lives and bring about development in the education sector.
She said the Government values the contribution the private sector plays in uplifting the standards of the people through supplementing Government's effort of taking development to all sectors.
And Pick and Pay Zambia General Manager, Mark Vickery pledged his store’s continued support towards community development.
He said the organization partners with a school in each community it is located and Mahatma Gandhi happens to be one of the partners.
Mr. Vickery added that the chain store has been privileged to work with all kinds of people including the physically challenged.
In the area of education, Mr. Vickery said the store put much emphasis on the sector and that the donation of the computer lab is a demonstration of the store's commitment to enhancing ICT development.
He has since appealed to the school management and pupils to look after the infrastructure with at most care.
The fruits of the public private partnership which government has been promoting, are seen in such gestures by the private community, the responsibility now remains with the school to look after the infrastructure.
The building has been constructed at a cost of over 100 thousand kwacha and is in honor of Late South Africa First Republican President Nelson Mandela.