Unicaf University Presents the Hon. Louis J. Chimango in the Open Lecture Series

Press Release – For immediate release

The speaker of the second presentation in the Open Lecture Series hosted by Unicaf University is the honourable Louis J. Chimango, former Speaker of the Malawi National Assembly and former Member of Parliament. Mr Chimango has served as Cabinet Minister for over 16 years, in various ministerial positions, including that of Minister of Finance and Minister of Education.

Honourable Chimango holds a Bachelor and a Master’s degree in Law from the UK and he is a Gray’s Inn Barrister at Law. He has worked as an academic, holding the positions of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Dean of Law and Public Administration. He has also served as Chairperson and Member on a number of Boards for academic institutions as well as on the National Economic Council of Malawi, and has participated in the Steering Committee for Poverty Reduction, Africa-Canada Programme for Strengthening African Parliaments in support of New Economic Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD).

Unicaf University opens its doors to the public, hosting a series of Open Lectures, presented by distinguished speakers, on issues of great relevance to the business community, the governments, and the people of Africa in general. The aim of these lectures is to provide food for thought to business leaders, professionals of all levels and students, as a contribution to the ongoing sociopolitical dialogue on economic development, social advancement and self sufficiency in the African continent. This is one of many activities of Corporate Social Responsibility by Unicaf University, aiming to give back to African society by facilitating the dissemination of new, specialised knowledge as the means to bring about change and progress.

Honourable Chimango will present the lecture “ACHIEVING YOUR GOALS WITH QUALITY EDUCATION” , on Wednesday, June 21st, at 6 pm, in the ‘Cyprus’ Amphitheatre, Unicaf University Malawi campus, Unit1, Shoppers Mall, Plot 67, Lilongwe.

The lecture is open to the general public, but seating is limited, so please call 01755333 for reservations.

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