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New graduates express readiness to back up national endeavors of ensuring effective harnessing of marine resources

New graduates from the College of Marine Science and Technology said that they would back up national endeavors of ensuring effective harnessing of the nation’s marine resources.

Massawa, 11 June 2013 – New graduates from the College of Marine Science and Technology said that they would back up national endeavors of ensuring effective harnessing of the nation’s marine resources. They made the pledge during the graduation on the 7th of this month. The graduating batch lauded the government’s commitment towards nurturing youths equipped with knowledge and skill, as well as improving the livelihood of nationals in general.

Among the graduates, Dahlak Fisehaye, Ramadan Mohammed, Mohammed Abubeker and Amanuel Girmai expressed satisfaction with the free educational service accorded them at government expenditure. They also voiced readiness to enhance participation in State affairs.

Mr. Ayub Saleh, Ms. Asha Abdu and Mr. Michael Kebede, parents, noted the role of families in nurturing educational values among the young generation, and called on the members of the graduating batch to demonstrate commitment in their respective careers.

Reports indicate that a total of 148 students graduated in degrees and diplomas from the College of Marine Science and Technology in various fields of study during the latest graduation ceremony.

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