By Venance Majula
Dar es Salaam– UDSM students urge the newly appointed Vice Chancellor Prof. Wiliam Lazaro Anangisye to fuel huge transformations in the university as he successes the outgoing Vice Chancellor Prof. Rwekaza Mukandala, whose time gets to an end.
Speaking to The Hill Observer, Fadhili Buliba a student at the University, pursuing Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication said, the newly Vice Chancellor should focus on maintaining status and value of the oldest University in the country. As far as the university is distinctive and honored, Buliba added that the university’s distinction should be seen.
Prof. Anangisye is also required to improve UDSM’s intellectual database and make it a success by encouraging much intellectual symposiums and debates as to flourish prosperity of the University, added Buliba.
In the interview with this newspaper Scholastica Wilson a student at the university, said the administration under new Vice Chancellorship of Prof. Anangisye has to look in the technicalities of schools, colleges and institutions within the University including School of Journalism and Mass communication whose learning infrastructures are not friendly in enshrining the prosperity of UDSM and the country at large.
“Let me use this opportunity to thank you all for your support during my tenure in office. I wish the incoming Vice Chancellor best of luck,” said the outgoing VC in his organization- centered farewell speech.
In his session, Dr. Jakaya Kikwete, the University Chancellor addressing attendants during a valediction and investiture ceremony for the outgoing and incoming Vice Chancellors at Nkrumah Hall in the University Salaam, challenged the newly UDSM Vice Chancellor, Prof William Anangisye, to encourage transformations in the institution whose status crosses the Tanzania’s bourders.
According to the statement posted on the university’s website until his appointment, Prof Anangisye was the Principal of the Dar es Salaam University College of Education (DUCE).He served in the position since March, 2015.
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The Hill Observer (University Newspaper)