The former students of Nkhotakota Islamic Primary School (NIPS) have formed association called Nkhotakota Islamic Primary School Alumni Association to enhance collaboration between alumni and administration.
To strengthen hierarchy of the association, the former students yesterday held elections that saw Ibrahim Rajab elected as a Chairmen while McDad Banda elected the Vice Chairman.
Speaking in an interview with Malawi Muslim Website, Rajab says he will work hand in hand with other officials to see that the institution continues delivering quality education.
“Nkhotakota Islamic Primary School (NIPS) made us what we are today and it is our hope that the institution should continue providing quality education,”
“NIPS moulds brilliant pupils that compete well in secondary schools and later at university level. NIPS is a great institution and it is our task to help the institution keep the purse,” he says.
Rajab says he will be working hand in hand with the administration of NIPS to make sure that the current students are inspired by the alumni.
“Most alumni of NIPS are currently pursuing various programs in universities in the country and abroad. Some have graduated already. We will be holding career talks to the current pupils so that they must be motivated by the alumni,” he says.
Nkhotakota Islamic Primary School was opened in 2005 by the Africa Muslims Agency (AMA). Other schools of AMA in the country are Lilongwe Islamic Secondary School (LISS) and Dedza Islamic Girls Secondary School.
FULL NIPS ALUMNI EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
2. Vice Chairman:
4. Vice Treasurer
5. Publicity Secretary
6. Vice Publicity Secretary
8. Vice Secretary
9. Committee Members