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New graduates from College of Arts and Social Science voiced readiness to back up nation-building process

New graduates from College of Arts and Social Science in Adi-Keyih have voiced readiness to back up the nation-building process and lauded the government’s commitment towards ensuring equitability of educational opportunities.

Adi-Keyih, 1 July 2013 – New graduates from College of Arts and Social Science in Adi-Keyih have voiced readiness to back up the nation-building process and lauded the government’s commitment towards ensuring equitability of educational opportunities.

Among the graduates, Desbele Tekle, Rigat Tesfamichael and Ibrahim Hussein expressed conviction that sustainable national development could only be ensured through educating youths, and asserted that they would demonstrate excellence in their respective careers.

Out of parents, Ms. Fireweini Gebrenigus and Mr. Hussein Hamd called on the graduating batch to serve the people with dedication.

It is to be recalled that the College of Arts and Social Science earlier graduated 86 students in various fields of study.

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