Catholic Bishop George Lungu says Zambia is highly corrupt

Ninety-eighty first intake students who completed their degree and diploma programs at DMI, St. Eugene University Chipata campus are graduating today

This is from the 139 students who completed their degree and diploma programs in 2014 and 2015.

Breeze FM Staffer, Naomi Mwimba reports that Higher Education Minister, Michael Kaingu is gracing the occasion.

And speaking in his homily during mass at the university’ s new campus site in Chipata, Chipata Catholic Diocese Bishop, George Lungu has challenged the graduating students to be strong as they will face a society full of corruption when seeking employment.

Bishop Lungu says it is not easy to be a graduate in the current society where people face a lot of challenges when looking for employment.

He urged the graduates to be strong and portray a good picture by not joining people involved in corruption adding that the new graduates are like salt of the world which must not lose its test.

The graduates include those from the fields of education, business administration and accounts.

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