The graduation took place on Saturday in Mulanje district.
Vice Chancellor of Blantyre CCAP Synod University, Reverend Masauko Mbolembole, said the diplomas are mere papers and their relevance will be recognized through their dedication to work.
“The church has a duty to promote health services in the country as it cannot preach to sick or unhealthy congregants,” said Reverend Mbolembole who is also Blantyre CCAP synod moderator.
Initially, the graduation was scheduled to take place two months ago but according to the college’s Vice Principal, Mike Magwira, the dates coincided with licensure examinations and after weighing the two the management prioritized to prepare for the examinations.
A special innovative recognition was offered to one of the graduates Patrick Makina who through a community health programme constructed a house for two aged brothers at Sitolo village in Mulanje district.
“The award I have received today will propel me to help ultra-poor people in a society I will be working,” said Patrick.