By Tafadzwa Chigandiwa
President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Friday officiated the Midlands State University (MSU) 22nd graduation ceremony which was officially held at MSU’s main campus in Gweru.
President Mnangagwa who is also the Chancellor of all State Universities (MSU included) physically capped 200 students only with the remaining 6 384 students graduating virtually owing to strict Covid-19 protocols.
He also commissioned the university’s three major projects which include, MSU Pharmacuetical and Food processing plant, Language institute and the MSU National Pathology Research and Diagnostic centre.
Meanwhile, the Bustop TV editor Paidashe Mandivengerei also attained a Bachelor of Science, Honors Degree in Media and Society Studies.
Also noted at the graduation ceremony was the MDC Alliance vice chairperson Job ‘Wiwa’ Sikhala who graduated with a Master of Law (LLM) degree.
Wiwa took to his twitter account to show his gratitude towards his new attained degree.
“After spending much of my 2 years in prison at Chikurubi as a political prisoner I remained focused on my studies.
“Today I graduated with my Master of Laws (LLM) degree with Midlands State University (MSU). Title of thesis. The right to demonstrate & petition. Zimbabwe as case study,” he twitted.