MASERU — Public Service Minister Motloheloa Phooko has urged recently qualified graduates from tertiary institutions to bring fresh ideas to the public service and the world of business.
Phooko was speaking at the Lesotho Institute of Public Administration and Management (LIPAM)’s 19th graduation ceremony at the Lehakoe Recreational Centre on Wednesday.
The institution, which started operating in 1966 has trained hoards of as civil servants over the years. Lipam offers certificates and diplomas in Public Administration, Management, Human Resource Management and Labour Laws.
National University of Lesotho Pro-Vice Chancellor Professor Mafa Sejanamane officially opened the ceremony.
This year saw 159 graduates receiving their certificates, a minor decrease from the number that qualified last year.
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