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KAONGA INSPIRES MUBAS STUDENTS TO TAKE ENTREPRENEURSHIP ROUTE

One of the country’s entrepreneurs in the education sector, Enerst Kaonga, who is also Managing Director of Maranatha Private Academy says students in various universities across the country should take the entrepreneurship route so that they can attain economic independence and contribute to the development of the country.

Kaonga was speaking during a  dinner organised for final-year students at Malawi University of Business and Applied Sciences (MUBAS).

In his address, Kaonga challenged the students to be more innovative after graduation if they were to make a positive socioeconomic impact on society.

“Don’t limit yourselves, aim high. Much as each one of you has a field of specialisation, be reminded that the skills and knowledge you have acquired are multidimensional and multisectoral. In case you will not be absorbed by your field of specialisation, cast your nets wider even if it means crossing professional boundaries.

Kaonga charged the students to be hard workers 

“In my life, I can give you a testimony that I  have seen people soaring even much higher in fields they didn’t specialise. When the going gets tough, it is not time to relent but rather think outside the box with innovative minds,” added Kaonga.

The Maranatha Academy Director said hard work pays and charged the students to be committed in everything they do.

“I am proud that in this group we have products from Maranatha Private Academy. If these students were lazy they wouldn’t make it to the university, they worked hard and you have to work extra hard. For your information, Maranatha Academy started as a nursery school in Blantyre’s Chimwankhunda area years back. Through hard work, we are now a big institution, so I charge you to always think like an entrepreneur and work hard,” concluded Kaonga.

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