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Thursday, 16 August 2018 07:21

Daeyang alumni encourages youth in entrepreneurship

Written by  Daniel Namwini

Lilongwe, August 16, 2018. Former students in Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) from Daeyang University in Lilongwe has encouraged youths in the country to develop their lives through entrepreneurship after a tertiary education.

Daeyang University alumni, Michael Chinere disclosed this to Malawi News Agency (Mana) in an interview that youth should be involved in entrepreneurship after finishing their tertiary education in various universities in the country.

“Youths should not only concentrate to be employed by government or private sectors but they should also aim higher to be entrepreneurs who can employ others,” Chinere said.

A group of eight former ICT scholars from the University, in September 25, 2017 suggested coming up with a company called Mango Tech Company to offer ICT services that will help to close technological gap in Malawi.

Chinere who is also a Marketing and Sales Manager of the company said their company has committed to empower youths in Information Communication Technologies through software development and trainings.

“We want to provide good and excellent ICT services, to develop and implement best software’s that can be helpful in various division including being reliable and trust worth in ICT service delivery,” Chinere said.

He added that after looking at the limited technological outcomes of Malawi as a nation, they thought to involve young entrepreneurs’ on perspective and practices.

Further, he said as a company they deal in software, website development, website hosting, graphic designing, video editing including civil education on IT related topics many others.

In a separate interview, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Software and Graphic Designer of the Company Senzenjani Manjawira said the company improves the standards of people by utilizing the advantages that come with Information communication technologies.      

“Our success revolves around team work, continuous improvement approach and commitment to our customers, as well as the good skills we demonstrate through our services. Our team demonstrates our core values which are the backbone of the company on daily basis,” Manjawira added.

Secretary and Social Media Facilitator of the company, Faith Namame pointed out that their main goal is to empower ICT mainly in software development, as a result developing software and civic educating people on how to use the software’s effectively.

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