GRATITUDE IS THE HEART’S MEMORY.
It is my sincere and a noble thing to always thank seriously and appreciate those who helped me to be where I am. Therefore, I humbly take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude for the overwhelming support I received from Tangaza fraternity as a whole towards realization of my dream. I am particularly thrilled by your enormous turn out to vote for me as your servant. Thank you!! I will do injustice if I forget to recognize the tiring work my campaign team put across. My brothers and sisters your sacrifices and words of encouragements were source of inspiration and strength. Diana’s group you are wonderful people. Those who supported me financial may God bless you abundantly.
Tangaza University College proved beyond reasonable doubts that it can foster a free, fair and peaceful election. It is contrary to what other universities manifested as they were carrying out their elections. Many of them were closed down. It is a pity as many students cannot continue to pursue their dreams because of a chaotic election which resulted to the closer of their respective universities. Thus, I congratulate our electoral body for conducting successful elections.
To my incoming team, a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, Chinese proverb asserts. We have begun walking on this demanding and inspiring path entrusted to us by our able and brilliant students. As a team playing in a match, a score of one will be the win of us all. On the other hand, laxity of one will lead to the defeat of the whole team. Therefore, unless we all selflessly give our best, in solidarity, we risk being scored by the strong wind blowing from our duties. Unity will always remain our strength. We are not perfect as our Heavenly Father is, but in our limitedness, let us try to ensure that we have a concomitant reach out together as nothing is impossible to a willing heart. In the words of Martin Luther King Jr: “Everybody can be great, because everybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve. You have to know Plato and Aristotle to serve….. You only need a heart full of grace, a soul generated by love.” To the out-going Tansa team, we appreciate your work and wish you well in your next engagements. May you always remain servants of God in the humanity. We still look forward seeking your pieces of advice where necessary.
Tansa executive, with tender care and love warmly welcome all the first year students to this academically, spiritually and morally oriented University College. It is my pray that you settle for the maximum and always seize the moments in the college. There are a lot of promising opportunities and activities taking place in the College such as Sports, relevant Clubs, and Unions among others. Use these moments to help you be transformed to fit into the society. To our elder brothers and sisters I hold you in high esteem simply because you are wonderful and flexible students. It is my humble plea that let us be our brothers’ and sisters’ keepers. It is our fundamental duty and obligation to show them love, care to one another and more so manifest to them the Mercy of God to all without any segregation or discrimination. Our experienced and respected teaching and non – teaching staff, I would wish to express my desire to always seek for your support and concern towards realization of our Manifestations which are meant for betterment of our Institute. I bank on all my hopes in your advice and effective communication with my office. I will be ever ready to cooperate mutually with your respective offices.
Finally, as we go about our daily responsibilities, let us embrace the motto of our College which remains meaningful and relevant for all the ages: Tangaza Fumbo la Imani! (Proclaim the Mystery of Faith). As Tangaza University College is looking forward to receiving a Charter, let us prepare ourselves for this long awaited occasion in style. May the wise words of Julian of Norwich stay with us always: “The Fullness of Joy is to behold God in Everything.”
THANK YOU ALL!!! MERCI BEAUCOUP!!! GRATIAS AGIMUS TIBI!!! ASANTENI SANA!!!
TANGAZA MY CHOICE, MY PRIDE!!!
Jaketch Allan CP.
Tansa Chairman. (firstname.lastname@example.org/ 0728627150.