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Industrialisation requires qualified manpower with skills-Luo

General News Industrialisation requires qualified manpower with skills-Luo

Minister of Higher Education Nkandu Luo
Minister of Higher Education Nkandu Luo
Minister of higher Education Nkandu Luo says there is need to implement academic programs that support the country’s industries and in line with vision of the government.

Professor Luo says in order for government to achieve its vision of industrialization there is need for qualified manpower. She said this when she met a Russian delegation that called on her at her office.

Professor Luo commended the Russian Government for its support to the ministry of higher education and the Copperbelt university.

And professor Luo said there is need to grow capacity with the local people so that they are able to empower so that they can acquire expertise in various fields such as the construction of roads and rail ways.

And RUDN University Advisor to the Vice Rector for international relations Masamba Kah says the university’s intention is to make CBU a technological centre.

10 COMMENTS

    • So you Nkandu, when you were a minister of transport in the MMD government and ended up painting all mini bussess in MMD blue colour, you thought you were clever. Are those the skills you are talking about?

    • And yet indisputable facts on the ground tell us education has gone to the dogs since PF assumed power and it will only get worse.UNZA, CBU, Nkurumah go there and compare standards to 10 years ago.

    • Just today on Lusaka Times there is a story of CB students rioting over delayed meal allowances. Now honestly, how can you train a skilled workforce in such an environment. No wonder we are graduating peiple like Ndaje Khakis and Kudus

  1. You have blown $17 billion and now lamenting the need to skilled manpower ??? You are pathetic shamless theives…

  2. Prof Luo is right.
    Key to Sustainable Industrialization, include: Clear Policy; Political Leadership and Drive; Steel Industries; Skilled and Innovative Manpower.
    The Government of the Republic of Zambia, should start creating a pool of highly qualified and skilled manpower.
    Western Industrialized countries have the technology, needed in Zambia.

  3. Mama Nkandu is right. Only that we are too late and wasteful. But they say better late than never. We need technicians, engineers and scientists to come and run our nuclear energy plants and nuclear medicine.

    But what do we do with JETS projects minister? National Council for Scientific Research or whatever we call it is on deep slumber. ZASTI is dead…CBU??? Nomba big question, where will they work? Zesco, UTHs, mines, Zamtel, MTN….where else, Kafue steel… But these are inadequate prof. Let’s start building TVs, laptops, phones, watches, drones.

    And to cap it all, Harry Potter graduates to bewitch….who…??? Natural Science twafola nomba kutampa fye Spiritual and Satanic Science….in a Christian Nation. God forbidden oh

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