The Member of Parliament Representing Higher Learning Institutions in the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania Honourable Esther Michael Mmasi (MP), launched a special program on life of students in Higher Learning Institutions dubbed “UNILIFE CAMPUS” on March 16, 2018 at the College of Business Education (CBE).

In her address, honourable Mmasi (MP) said that, the program is meant for all higher learning institutions in the country and will be implemented in phases whereby, the first phase they will include CBE, Institute of Finance Management (IFM), Kampala International University (KIU), ST. Joseph University, Ardhi University (ARU), Tanzania institute of Accountancy (TIA), Muhimbili University of Health and Applied Sciences(MUHAS), MWENGE UNIVERSITY, Moshi Co-operative University (MoCU)  and Kilimanjaro Christian center (KCMC).

Launching of the programme was spearheaded by the Deputy Minister of Education, Science and Technology Hon. William Olenasha (MP) on behalf of the Minister for Education, Science and Technology honourable Prof. Joyce Ndalichako. The Hon. Olenasha was accompanied by various national leaders including Minister for Home Affairs honourable Dr. Lameck Mwigulu Nchemba (MP).

During the introduction of the Unilife Campus program, honourable Esther Mmasi emphasized that the program is an attempt to empower higher learning students for self-awareness, self-reliance and using the acquired Knowledge to identify available opportunities.

Honourable Olenasha encouraged students to continue using physical Libraries and emphasized that internet (Google) has a role to play, but it cannot replace the library. He added that in Google there are real news and misleading information, so it requires greater attention to analyze useful and non-useful information through Google.

In his inspirational talk during the event Hon. Mwigulu Nchemba commented to students that, the past life history should not frustrate their plans in achieving their goals.  He added that, students should dare to apply for various scholarships offered for Africa countries. Hon. Mwigulu urged researchers to use their finding to provide professional advice to the Government rather than neglecting research engaging in national falsification.

The launch of Unilife Campus has attracted the attention of stakeholders from various districts, higher learning institutions within the Dar es Salaam Region.

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) the main sponsor of this program, through representative encouraged students to join the program known as “Health and Savings” (AA+). This is a Health Insurance plan that is equally released, and hence a student joining with his close friends will be able to get free treatment too.

The Rector of College of Business Education Prof. Emanuel Mjema, who his College was the best College of the year (College of the Year 2016), according to the “Tanzania Leadership Award 2016” gave the vote of thanks. He appreciated organizers of this program for choosing CBE to be the first host of this program. Prof. Mjema stressed that, being the Best College of the Year 2016 CBE is very careful to produce professionals with skills required by formal and informal sectors.

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