Miracle Technical Institute Commissions 131 Graduates
Written by admin on July 14, 2019
By Paul Fraundy Malata
The Director of Miracle Technical Institute, Brother Pacharo Mfune has encouraged the outgoing students to make use of the skills and knowledge they have gained in order to sustain their lives.
Speaking during the graduation ceremony that took place at the institution in Karonga on Thursday, Brother Mfune told the graduating students that the most important thing they need to put at heart is the hardworking and trustworthy spirit.
“Am pretty sure that as an institution we have managed to contribute towards the reduction of unemployment in the country amongst the youth since these students have learnt entrepreneurial skills which will help them create jobs for themselves,” Brother Mfune said.
In addition, he said the institution has trained them in order to benefit their families and the whole nation if they will continue to work hard.
In her speech during the same ceremony, Dr Stella Kasirye the Country Director for Peachtree International, who was the Guest of Honor, urged the graduating students to maintain focus on what they do. She urged the graduates to set a vision in their work and do their best.
This ceremony was attended by various people including bank managers, Marianist brothers and sisters, directors from different institutions and companies, heads of department from different sectors, chiefs, guardians and parents just to mention a few.
The ceremony started with a Eucharistic celebration presided over by Father Michael a Marianist Father with Father Cecilio Silwamba, Director of Finance Investment and Administration of the Diocese of Karonga, as a concelebrant.
During the ceremony, 131 students received diplomas and certificates in Hotel and Catering, Tailoring and Design, Carpentry and Joinery, Marketing Management, Business Management, Electrical Installation, Information Communication Technology, Accounting and Community Development.
This was the eighteenth graduation since Institution opened its doors in 1999. The institute is run by Marianist Brothers.