Iranian visits Islamic University
Dr. Gerami, the new Iranian Ambassador to Ghana paid a working visit to the Islamic University College, Ghana (IUCG) Wednesday December 2, 2020.
In his opening remarks, Vice President Academic Affairs, Dr. Gamel Nasser Adam underscored the nature of IUCG and its role towards the development of tertiary education in Ghana stressing that products of IUCG spread across all corporate institutions in Ghana, private and public alike.
On his part, Dr. Gerami expressed his commitment to promote the growth of IUCG in expanding the programmes run by the University. He revealed that he had proposed to the leadership of Al-Mustafa International Universality (MIU) to create a link between IUCG and other Iranian universities to run programmes such as Oil and Gas to supply human resource to the growing oil industry in Ghana. “Before coming to Ghana I met Dr. Abbasi President of Al-Mustafa International University and we discussed about how to boost the growth of IUCG and I proposed the introduction of more programmes” he said.
The Registrar, Mr. Awudu Moro was optimistic that the tenure of Dr. Gerami as Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran will benefit the IUCG because “even before you settle down you have started looking at how you can help the University grow and develop”. He assured the Ambassador of the full support of Management in taking the necessary steps “to realize the dreams” of the Ambassador.
Dr. Gerami was profoundly grateful to Management and Senior members of IUCG for the warm reception