The Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) Governor Dalitso Kabambe has challenged graduating students from Malawi Adventist University (MAU) to be extraordinary to ably help in shaping the country’s development agenda.
Kabambe, who was guest of honour during MAU’s 10th graduation ceremony at Lake View Campus in Ntcheu on October 28, said the graduates need to use the knowledge they have acquired for positive development in different industries they will be in.
He said: “Cultivate a hard-working spirit and challenge the world that you can make a difference.”
The RBM Governor also encouraged the graduates not to limit themselves seeking employment instead of entrepreneurship like starting own businesses or partnerships.
The university’s Vice-Chancellor professor Sharon Pittman said it is pleasing to note that there is progress; hence, having about 440 graduates from the faculties of Biomedical sciences, Public Health, Agriculture, Agri-Business, Education, Business Management, Theology and Clinical medicine.
Apart from Lake View campus MAU which is affiliated to University of Eastern Africa and Baraton of Kenya, has Malamulo College of Health Sciences campus in Thyolo where it offers clinical courses. n