Kwing grad­u­a­tion

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you to the most ex­hil­a­rat­ing es in the world, and to the top ur worlds.” Phamotse echoed sim­i­lar sen­nts in her key­note ad­dress by ng the grad­u­ates to es­tab­lish r own com­pa­nies for the ben

m to pay back the stipends they ved from gov­ern­ment to enother ter­tiary stu­dents also he fu­ture of this coun­try looks ht with these grad­u­ates since have vowed to boost the pri econ­omy,” said Dr Phamotse. urge you, the Class of 2015, ake wise choices in your lives be­come the best group to rge from Limkok­wing UniverThe gov­ern­ment of­fered you pping stone to­wards re­al­is­ing dreams so you are ex­pected to nd them so that we can help e com­ing af­ter you.” eak­ing on be­half of the Class 15, Mr Mo­jela said the road to r grad­u­a­tion was not easy but been made bear­able by the ort from LUCT. is truly a great priv­i­lege and ur for me to stand be­fore you ehalf of my fel­low grad­u­ates,” aid. When I joined Limkok­wing ver­sity in 2009, I was a young full of vi­tal­ity, a livewire to he least. How­ever, dur­ing my ney as a stu­dent, health chal- lenges got in the way and I even­tu­ally be­came wheel­chair-bound. It hap­pened so un­ex­pect­edly and so sud­denly that I was taken aback, bro­ken and felt like my life had been cut short.

“Just when I was about to give up, the un­think­able hap­pened. The man­age­ment of Limkok­wing Univer­sity sup­ported me and went as far as en­sur­ing that I was sent to Bloem­fontein for med­i­cal at­ten­tion.

“I be­came hope­ful be­cause they treated me as a nor­mal per­son. I there­fore, man­aged to get rein­te­grated with my col­leagues and re­turned to my old self, save for my mo­bil­ity chal­lenges. How­ever, - cum­stances.”

Mr Mo­jela said given his hum­ble back­ground and be­ing raised in a sin­gle par­ent fam­ily, he never his dreams.

“Dr Limkok­wing will never know how this bur­sary has changed my life. To­day I am an hon­ours de­gree grad­u­ate in Broad­cast­ing and Jour­nal­ism and I have a job here at Limkok­wing,” said Mr Mo­jela, who was also awarded an all-ex­penses-paid master’s de­gree schol­ar­ship at LUCT’S Botswana cam­pus.

“Noth­ing will stand in the way of my suc­cess and I can only ex­press my grat­i­tude by giv­ing back to the univer­sity what I have learned.”

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