Swazi Observer - - NATIONAL NEWS - By Mbono Md­luli

THE aca­demic achieve­ments of Inkhosikati LaN­ten­tesa are ap­plauded by the As­so­ci­a­tion of Stu­dents Against Drug Abuse and Traf­fick­ing (SA­DAT).

Inkhosikati LaN­ten­tesa is a Pa­tron of SA­DAT, hence the or­gan­i­sa­tion con­grat­u­lates her on her grad­u­a­tion with a Diploma in Hu­man Re­sources Man­age­ment. She grad­u­ated at the In­sti­tute of De­vel­op­ment Manange­ment (IDM) in Mat­sapha last Wad­nes­day.

SA­DAT Co­or­di­na­tor Peter Ssem­wogerere said the graud­u­a­tion of the inkhosikati was an in­spi­ra­tion to them.

“Her Royal High­ness’ grad­u­a­tion with a Diploma in Hu­man Re­sources Man­age­ment, her pur­suit of fur­ther stud­ies to­wards a BA and MBA, and her words dur­ing the grad­u­a­tion cer­e­mony are an in­spi­ra­tion to our mem­bers and other school chil­dren re­gard­ing the value of ed­u­ca­tion,” Ssem­wogerere said.

The co­or­di­na­tor called upon all SA­DAT mem­bers and other pupils in the coun­try to fol­low the ex­am­ple of the pa­tron in her aca­demic ex­cel­lence and as­pi­ra­tions. “This will en­able them to be use­ful to them­selves, their stud­ies and the re­al­i­sa­tion of His Majesty the King’s vi­sion of 2022,” he said. He said they wished the inkhosikati all the best in her aca­demic pur­suits.

IN­SPI­RA­TION: IDM Board Mem­ber Pro­fes­sor Pa­tri­cia Jou­bert pre­sent­ing Inkhosikati LaN­ten­tesa with her cer­tifi­cate while the Di­rec­tor Nonhlanhla Dlamini looks on.

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