'My achievement doesn't come by chance', .Says NMATC best graduating student
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Nuha S Barrow, Management student at the Nusrat Management and Accountancy Training Centre (NMATC) has said that his achievement in his final year exam did not come by chance instead, it came by hard work.
Mr Barrow made this remark in a recent interview with the Top Class Columnist at the Daily Observer. "I have never recorded any failure during my course of studies at the NMATC and the highest level which is the Graduate Diploma, I got the best result within the whole institution," he revealed.
According to him, his aspiration now is to do his Masters in Business Management Administration (MBA), which is not currently available in the country. He called on the government; individuals and the private sector, to assist him further his education. As at now, he said, he will continue to work hard at his place of employment until he gets sponsorship to further his education.
Mr Barrow called on his fellow colleagues to be prepared to burn the mid-night candle and focus on their notes during their course of studies. "Let them work hard and achieve the best result which will serve as a ground for them to achieve what they want in life," he remarked.
He finally thanked the management of Central Bank of The Gambia, for sponsoring his education and also his course at the NMATC. He also thanked all those who contributed to his education in one way or the other.
Author: By Mariatou Ngum-Saidy