Pentecostal Life University graduates 163 students

A group of about 163 students have graduated with Diploma’s and degrees in various Programs at Pentecostal Life University marking the second congregation since its establishment in 2014.

Some of the graduates

The graduation was heard under the theme: In pursuits of knowledge for social and economic transformation”.

Speaking during the graduation ceremony at Bingu International Conference Center on Friday, Pentecostal Life University Chancellor Associate Professor Dr. Kingston Ngwira urged students to be exemplary where ever they go saying the world favors’ people with innovative ideas.

“I truly believe that we have raised global leaders and we also expect them to carry Pentecostal life University flag by working to the best of their ability,” he said.

Ngwira also urged graduates to stay focused if their dreams are to materialize.

“I would like to urge you graduates that you should make sure to move forward in terms of your strategic vision, you will face challenges but never say die and you should not think this is the end itself because education is along life experience.

He added that he is optimistic that the graduates are going to be assets in different organizations saying the University has groomed and made them ready products to stand out where ever they go.

Ngwira also asked Graduates to put God first in their endeavors and apply knowledge gained whilst working hard and upholding ethics saying Malawian youth have potential to do better if they employ discipline, God’s guidance and diligence in their escapades.

One of the students who made it with credit in bachelor of arts in journalism and mass communication Precious Chikatiko said he has attained pure knowledge in terms of Media and that he is ready to contribute in the economic growth of the country using skills and knowledge acquired from his studies.

“It has been a great journey and I have learnt a lot in terms of media but also I am fully equipped with management and entrepreneurial skills which I believe will help me to open major doors in the society and I am ready to contribute in the development of the country.

He said he fought tooth and nail to juggle studies and work.

“To say the truth, my stay at Pentecostal Life University wasn’t that easy because I had to make sure that I go to work and at the same time I should not miss any class but thank God I have done it,” He said

Guest of honour during the graduation Apostle Dr. Madalitso Mbewe described the graduation ceremony as a significant congregation to the national development and has since asked all graduates to be innovative saying currently unemployment rate is high in the country.

Mbewe also saluted Pentecostal Life University for implementing government efforts in providing high quality education.

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7 thoughts on “Pentecostal Life University graduates 163 students”

  1. benson says:

    Ok

  2. lesley says:

    @naphi; its not where you learn but what you learn. university education is no more for “that” college, but for everyone. even the universities we considered as elite have now been relegated to sideways. impact matters now than anything else.

  3. Chigwere says:

    Where are the jobs? as much as we know some of the private universities produce quality graduates that the current UNIMA, but where are the jobs? which economy to start business in? cost of capital way too high for business; the banks do not trust novice entrepreneurs, they need collateral. Malawi sucks big time

  4. Common says:

    What type of skills does malawi need to develop? Its important for academic to realign with the country’s skills development plan

  5. naphi says:

    Useless diplomas and degrees !!!

    1. Chigwere says:

      Some graduates are much better than that crap Quota system sends to UNIMA; UNIMA feeds business world with madeya;

  6. Amalemba nkhaniyi ndi ndani? Is it ‘the graduation was heard’? Or ‘the graduation was held’?

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