President Silanyo Attends Graduation Ceremony at Amoud University

President Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud (Silanyo) attended a graduation ceremony of more than 415 students who graduated from the prestigious Amoud University in Awdal region.  President Silanyo speaking during the Graduation ceremony told graduates that they are expected to become leaders in their communities and public services and capable of becoming fully competitive in all sectors.


Sheik Abdillahi Ali Jowhar was the recipient of the highest award, in the form of the holy mosque in Mecca was awarded to the grand sheik of Borame by President Silanyo at the graduation ceremony.




President Silanyo Presenting the Award to Sheik Abdillahi Ali Jowhar


President Silanyo later in the day officially opened   the government’s guest house in Borame which has undergone renovation work and has been fully refurnished.


IMG_0476President Silanyo Opens the newly refurnished Guest house


Prof. Saleban Ahmed Guled the chancellor of Amoud speaking at the graduation ceremony said “Students are people, who are dedicated to improving themselves academically, socially, culturally and professionally. They come here with many dreams and goals and they leave here with a love for learning, extraordinary credentials, and boundless opportunities for success.


IMG_0277The Graduating students


Among those accompying the President Silanyo were the First lady Amina Haji Mahmoud Jirde , Minister of Education and Higher learning Hon Zam Zam Abdi Aden and Minister of foreign affairs Hon Mohamed Bihi Yonis to mention a few.


Prof. Saleban Ahmed Guled said, the students who are the 12th batch to graduate from the institution since the University commenced its undergraduate program on 4 November 1998 and admitted the first freshman class, setting a landmark in the history of higher education in this country. .

Source - SomalilandPress.Com

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