PSU sworn in
Speaking after the ceremony, which was directed by the college Chaplain, Reverend Patrick Mbanga, the Principal, Professor Grant Kululanga commended the outgoing PSU president and his crew for being a good and cooperative team.
“It is not an easy task to work with students and management at the same time. This group has shown good leadership skills by working hand in hand with the office of the Dean of Students,” he said.
In his remarks, the outgoing PSU president Japhet Nthala explained that it has been a wonderful and amazing journey for him and his team.
“I would like to appreciate the support that we have been getting from administration and the office of the Dean of Students. We have learned a lot, when we encountered any challenges the Dean was always there for us,” Nthala said.
To the new leadership, Nthala advised them that they need to inquire and work together with former holders of the positions for extra wisdom and knowledge.
“You need to capitalize on the people around you so that you are able to recognize a problem before it becomes an emergency,” he advised.
In his acceptance speech, the incumbent PSU president Kunozga Mlowoka described it as a great opportunity to serve and work together with both management and students. He foresees that this team will make a difference in transforming the welfare of Polytechnic Students.
The Dean of Students Luciano Ndalama commended the Election Chairperson Sekani Sidira and her team for ensuring that they were free and fair.
In the process of congratulating the new members, the Dean commended the outgoing team for their initiative of working with the Alumni Association in the on going ‘SMS’ promotion in order to help the needy students.