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Patience Namadingo Is Honoured By UNISA

By  | Nov 18, 2020, 08:09 AM  | Top of The

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The University of South Africa has recognised the socially responsible work that Patience Namadingo has been involved in, the Malawian gospel musician and producer has been honoured for his humanitarian efforts. in the country.

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Patience was born in 1990 on the 28 May, he hails from Kapalamula Village, in Balaka district. Patience did his first years of school in Lilongwe where he did his secondary education at Chipasula Secondary School and later went to South Africa where he studied music and arts at National School of the Arts in Johannesburg.

Upon receiving his honorary doctorate degree in Community Development, Patience expressed his gratitude for the award in light of his humanitarian efforts. In a statement, the young musician also expressed his pride at this prestigious honour and his disdain at how such an honour is regarded with negativity in Malawi.

“It is with great joy and honour that today, the 14th of November 2020,a mile stone in the incredible and praise worthy journey of one PatienceNamadingo– a true son of the land. The University of South Africa (UNISA) an institution of high repute in the world has recognised Namadingo-from Malawi ?? and honoured him with a Doctorate Degree for his humanitarian efforts in Malawi, for the people of Malawi”

“There’s more than one way to earn a doctorate. There’s more than one way to achieve an end. It is rather unfortunate and counterproductive that some people choose to despise those whom life honours in ways that they do not agree with.They forget that life is dynamic. We thank God that such people are not Him. We thank God that life is governed by principles and not opinions, no matter how popular those opinions may be. The principle at work in this doctorate is one of giving to others and life giving back to you. The currency is love, and with it we have earned ourselves a doctorate degree.”

We send our congratulations to the Doctor and express gratitude to South Africa for honouring him with such a high honour.

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