A delegation from the Intellectual Affairs Department meets with the staff of Ahmadu Bello University in Nigeria

The delegation of the Department of Intellectual and Cultural Affairs at the Holy Shrine of Aba al Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him), represented by the Center for African Studies, met with the staff of Ahmadu Bello University in Nigeria to discuss ways of joint cooperation.

The director of the Center, Sheikh Saad Sattar al-Shammari, said: "The delegation of the Center, represented by Sheikhs Shams al-Din Abdullah and Ibrahim Musa, organized a visit to Ahmadu Bello University in the Nigerian city of Zaria, which is the largest academic university in the country, and the second at the African level, during which they met with the administrative and educational staff there to discuss ways of joint cooperation and the work of cultural and scientific programs."

The visit is part of a series of programs organized by the Center's preachers on the African continent, under the direction of the Senior Official of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine; Sayed Ahmad al-Safi.

For his part, Sheikh Shams al-Din explained that “the visit aim to build communication bridges and open horizons of cooperation between the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine and African universities, to implement a series of programs and workshops in a way that achieves the interest of African society intellectually, culturally and scientifically.”

During their visit, the delegation visited the largest library of the university and met with several members of the teaching staff to clarify the role of the African Studies Center in improving the cultural, intellectual, social and human reality of African society.
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