44 graduates at ZEGU University
An inauguration graduation ceremony was held today at Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University ZEGU in Bindura.
Forty four students graduated from two faculties of Arts and Education and twenty six were male and eighteen were females.
The graduation ceremony was officially opened by Archbishop Ezekiel Guti who is the founder, President and Chancellor of the University.
Vice Chancellor Professor Sunungurai D. Chingarande-Mutanga proceeded to give a brief speech of the inauguration and the long term goals of the University together with its background.
Speaking at the inauguration graduation ceremony the University Vice Chancellor said ZEGU University is a product of Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa ZAOGA.
“ZEGU is an extension of the hand of Ezekiel Guti’s vision, it is not a church but a University.
“We want to thank you today for having a vision and for continuing to press onto the goal until you accomplished.
“We are grateful for the 2016 Miracle Talents.
“It is because of this talents that today we are back here soon after the official opening of the University by His Excellence President Robert Mugabe on 18 March 2016.
“Today we witness the new development as there is construction underway of two blocks from two faculties.
“The other one is a female hostel, construction resources are already here, the hostel have a carrying capacity of 400 students.
“One of the staff houses was turned into a clinic, this was done after we were given authority by suitable people who said it was proper to do so.
“Zimbabwe Ezekiel Guti University offers diplomas and degrees that are internationally recognized it the faculties of Arts, Law, Commerce, Education and Agriculture.
“The University is not isolated with the surrounding community for it is in partnership with Nottingham University.
“The University also engages in training prisoners in mushroom development in order for them to earn a living after coming out of jail.
She said the University is also doing staff development for seven members of staff are working on attaining doctorates.
Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education ZIMCHE gave ZEGU access to run two semesters per year which the professor said is a sign of their good performance.