Former United Nations Deputy Secretary General Dr Asha Rose-Rose Migiro yesterday reported back to the University of Dar es Salaam’s Law School a day after she arrived from the United Netions after completing a five years term.
Dr Migiro was received by the Chief Administration Officer Consolata Lyimo,.
Speaking during the occasion Prof Michael Wambali said the school was happy when it heard that Dr Migiro who happened to have worked with them for almost 30 years was rejoining them.
During their conversation, Dr Migiro told Acting Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics) Prof Florens Luoga that the experiences she got from UDSM had helped her greatly in discharging her work at the UN as the organisation’s Deputy Secretary General.
“Am very happy and honoured to come back to UDSM after completing my tenure of serving at the UN; all of my success was due to hardworking and abiding by work regulations,” she said.
Prof Luoga said they were closely following Dr Migiro’s activities while in the UN, adding that the university was proud to welcome her home.
Dr Asha-Rose Mtengeti Migiro, who has just completed her five-year term as United Nations Deputy Secretary General returned home on Monday, saying she will stick to teaching at UDSM.
In a gist of an opinion article she has penned as her own evaluation of her tenure as second-in-command at the world body she appealed to decision makers in Africa to draw on recommendations by the MDG Africa Steering Group and design effective national development strategy plans.