The Vice President of the Republic of Maldives, Honorable Abdulla Jihad visited MNU Thinadhoo Campus on 15th February 2016 during a visit to the Island.
Honorable Abdulla Jihad and his delegation including Minister at the President’s Office and Chairperson of Youth and Economic Council, Honorable Ahmed Zuroor and State Minister of Housing and Infrastructure, Honorable Ahmed Habeeb were welcomed by the management, staff and students of our Thinadhoo Campus.
To complete the development projects carried by the government, Vice President Honorable Abdulla Jihad met with the students and staff in MNU Thinadhoo Campus premise, where he addressed the importance of the support from the MNU Thinadhoo Campus. He commended the “FEHIFINI CAMPUS” campaign, a beautification project carried to make MNU campus greener. He went on to state that the same initiative and slogan can be applied to the whole island of Thinadhoo and encouraged the campus to initiate and participate in the “FEHIFINI THINADHOO” campaign. He assured that the government will continue to provide assistance to overcome the difficulties faced by the campus.
On behalf of MNU Thinadhoo Campus, Mr. Mohamed Shameem Adam, the Manager addressed the gathering and welcomed the Vice President to the campus. He highlighted the valuable assistance provided by the Vice President Honorable Abdulla Jihad to the MNU Thinadhoo Campus and thanked him for his continuous support. He went on to explain the difficulties faced by the campus including the limitation of hostel facilities, especially for the students who visit the island to study, and the lack of a sports ground for extracurricular activities within the campus.
Minister at the the President’s Office and Chairperson of Youth and Economic Council, Honorable Ahmed Zuhoor addressed the audience and ensured the support of the government to the campus. In addition, State Minister Honorable Ahmed Habeeb gave a brief about the projects carried by Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure in Thinadhoo Island.
During the function it was confirmed that the MNU Thinadhoo Campus students would grow plants in the 200 pots provided by the Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure in an effort to partake in the “FEHIFINI THINADHOO” beautification initiative.