Education is the key for instilling ethical and moral values into the lives of students; it is the most important means for economic growth and societal transformation; and it is an invaluable medium to build a society that is free from corruption, dictatorship, war, ethnicity, and racism. An educated society is aware of its rights and thus cannot be easily manipulated. It cannot be emphasized more that a holistic and transformative education system offers the answer to many of the social ills that afflict the continent of Africa today.

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Graduation Ceremony


Christ the Teacher Institute for Education (CTIE) celebrated its 17th graduation. The graduation ceremony was very colorful. Monsignor Dr. Pius Ritechura, Vice Chancellor of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) was the Chief Celebrant of the Holy Mass. Fr. Eusebio Manangbaou, SVD, Chairperson of the Tangaza University College Board of Trustees gave the homely. The graduation ceremony was presided by Professor Donna Aronson, Vice President for Academics, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Winona Campus. During this graduation thirty three (33) students earned their bachelor of education degree while other eighteen (18) students earned their diploma in education.

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