December 6, 2021

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Ugandan ministers graduate with masters at Esami in Arusha

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Ugandan ministers have graduated with a Masters degree from the Tanzania business school.

Government Chief Whip Thomas Tayebwa, Agriculture minister Frank Tumwebaze and Relief, Disaster Preparedness and Refugees state minister Esther Anyakun graduated over the weekend.

They were part of the 40th cohort that received the award of a Masters in Business Administration by the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) in Arusha, Tanzania.

“Today two fisher men and one fisher woman graduated with Masters of Business Administration at ESAMI, Arusha. Congs intake 40. Knowledge acquired but not applied is a waste of time & resources. Let’s go & use this knowledge for national devt,” tweeted Tayebwa.

“Congratulations  friends & classmates of Intake 40 MBA #ESAMI class. Your support & encouragement gave some of us great traction to move on & reach this day,” tweeted Tumwebaze.

He added: “We study not to accumulate papers but rather to accumulate knowledge for better judgement & appreciation of issues.”

The Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) is an intergovernmental regional management development centre. ESAMI’s head office is located in Arusha, Tanzania.

The institute was established with the primary objective of providing the region with trained personnel in a number of critical areas including policy management, transportation management, financial management, information technology management, health management, human resources management, project management, energy and environment management and gender management among others.

The focus was to train middle to senior managers from the region to improve their managerial performance taking into consideration the global issues but with a regional focus relevant to the African environment.

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