Soon after attending a ceremony at the University of South Africa, where he graduated with a BA in Human Resources, having majored in Development Studies, Moyo said days were gone when university education passed for a luxury.
“Things have changed in the world – the politics, leadership and everything else has changed dynamics and that means people must adjust,” said Moyo, who is also MDC-T’s national chairman.
“If at my age, I could balance education with the huge national duty that I am carrying out on a daily basis, this means there should be enough space for our young future leaders to do the same and pursue this noble goal. Zimbabwe cries out for future leaders who are well-informed on what is going on in the world, leaders who pursue perfection and leaders who are very friendly to books.”
Moyo said he would continue studying further with either the same university, or the National University of Technology back home.Post published in: News