Majmaah University held a ceremony to celebrate the national day 92th in the presence of Majmaah Governor, Prince Abdelrahman Al-Saud. The ceremony took place in the auditorium of main campus.
The ceremony began by listening to the national anthem followed by Ahmed Al-Mansour.
A promo was then played narrating the history of celebrating the national day at the university including all media and film production of previous years.
Addressing the audience on this occasion, MU Rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, delivered a speech welcoming the honorary presence of Majmaah Governor, Prince Abdelrahman Al-Saud.
“I extend my sincere congratulations to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al-Saud and the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz on the national” said Prof. Al-Mizil, who thanked the government’s considerable concern with education in general, and MU in particular, which have had a substantial impact in supporting the process of learning in this country.
Several messages were embedded in the Rector’s word, on top of which, attributing all blessings surrounding this country to the grace of God at first place then the government which has invariably considered citizens in the center of its attention. He encouraged everyone to be united and to serve the country as well as to step away from the acts that might harm the country.
Following MU’s speech, a presentation was shown highlighting the most important achievements for MU including administrative and academic both locally and internationally.
A group of students expressed their feelings to the world in English language followed by an operetta was performed by a group of students which narrates the history of unifying the country by the late King Abdul Aziz – May God rest his soul in peace-.
The ceremony was ended by honoring retired employees who served the university.