Acceptance speech by Dingake as Chancellor of ABM University College

Justice Key Dingake
Justice Key Dingake

I wish to express my deep appreciation for the honour extended to me by the directors of ABM University College, who considered it befitting to elect me to serve as their Chancellor.

This momentous and historic virtual graduation would not be as great and glamorous as it is, had it not been for the hard work of the Chairperson of the University Council, the Vice Chancellor, management, staff and students. I know the huge logistical challenges of organising a virtual graduation. The fact that they managed to pull it off deserves our sincere thanks.

Programme director, I consider this day to be an opportunity to share with you some aspects of my life and to pay tribute to all those people who have helped me to become who I am and to give you a broad-brush of the University we want to become.

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