Former Zanzibar President Aman Abeid Karume has called on graduates of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) to serve the community based on the skills they have gained at the university, as well as to be honest in their performance.

The leader made the remarks today at the 17th graduation of the university, where a total of 1306 graduates have been awarded a Diploma and a Bachelor's degree in 2023.

Of these 43 graduates have been awarded a Master of Science degree, 197 Master of Humanities degrees, 12 have been awarded a Master of Science (School of Medicine).

14 graduates have been awarded a Master's degree in Oral and Dental Medicine, 11 Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacology and Pharmacopathology, 4 Bachelor's degrees in Medicines and Pharmacokinetics. 108 graduates have been awarded a Master's degree in Social Health Sciences.

7 graduates have been awarded a Master's degree in Social Health Sciences, 6 have been awarded a Master of Ethics, 2 Master's degrees in Health Policy and Management, 57 Master's of Science (Community Health Sciences School).

Twenty-two graduates have been awarded a Master of Science-School of Nursing and two have been awarded a Master of Health Sciences degree through Research and Publications and others in various subjects.

Earlier speaking to the Chairman of the Council of Muhas, Harrison Mwakyembe said the university is preparing to build new Campas in the region and construction starts next year, it will take two years.