‘Rising through the challenge’ Highlight MUBAS Auditing day

News   Pangano Baluwa   May 11, 2022
Internal auditing day, has engaged all auditing partners in different sectors of the business with a theme.

Internal auditing day, has always been a day that has engaged the accounting students and all auditing partners in different sectors of the business and industries. This year’s event was highlighted with the theme “Rising through the challenge”

The event had a high a number of important personnel in the auditing profession such as, Mr. Anthony Baluti Chief Internal Auditor MBC, who made a presentation on ‘Auditor’s role in an organisation, IT Auditing manager at TNM Mr Hestings Wakhuta who explored the relationship between IT and Auditing. Founder of David Hastings associates, Director of finance and administration at University of Maryland, also had their presentations which inspired Auditing scholars perusing their studies at MUBAS with the theme “Raising the Challenge”

The presentations also tackled the benefits and challenges of Auditing as a profession and how MUBAS students can alleviate the challenges with ease. 

 In his remarks Assistant Registrar for MUBAS, Mr. Namagowa said “the event is of necessity and its effective in the auditing profession as it will benefit both the administration at MUBAS and students respectively”

The event saw a number of speeches from, IPP of Institute of Internal Auditors and Chairperson of the Academic Relations Committee Mr. Ackson Banda, final year auditing representative, Society of Internal Auditors Students (SIAS) Representative, Michelle Mwampashi. 

The event, at last saw guest of honours presenting awards to the outstanding students in the accounting and internal auditing programs.

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