Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU) hosted Nigerian Attorney General and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami. Malami who is also known as the youngest minister of Nigeria attended an educational seminar organized by EMU Nigerian Student Association as part of Nigerian Week.
During the seminar, Malami delivered a speech in which he encouraged students to be positive, innovative and active. He also asked them to not make any compromises regarding their ethical values. Malami, stated that there is hope for the corruption in Nigeria to end, going on to express his pleasure resulting from visiting EMU.
Nigerian Week at EMU
As part of Nigerian Week, the Nigerian Student Association organized an array of activities and events to celebrate Nigerian Independence. As part of the event sports activities, fashion shows, photography screenings, musical performances, talent shows, a football tournament and a badminton tournament was organized.
Within the framework of the events, a Nigerian Night took place at Rauf Raif Denkta? Culture and Congress Center. EMU Vice Rector for Promotion Prof. Dr. Cem Tanova delivered an opening speech giving brief information about EMU and wishing everybody a fun night.
Ankara Ambassador of Nigeria ?brahim Isah was also present at the event. Addressing the Nigerian students, Isah noted that they must be aware of their responsibilities. Isah also advised the students to look at their country with faith and hope.
Source: Eastern Mediterranean University.