In the presence of Professor Anas Nabulsi, Dean of Student Affairs, and Mr. Unrido Daniel, Head of Counselors at the Nigerian Embassy in Amman, the Nigerian students at Jordan University of Science and Technology, in cooperation with the Office of Arab and Foreign Students at the Deanship of Student Affairs, celebrated the 58th anniversary of the independence of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Dr. Nabulsi said that the university's participation in the celebration of the independence of Nigeria is part of the university's keenness to spread the culture of intimacy, love and brotherhood between all its students from different nationalities. He stressed that the Nigerian students are an integral part of the university's student body.
Dr. Nabulsi stressed that all international students are welcomed and respected at the university, and that this celebration is in parallel with the university vision and mission. He added that the university family congratulates the Federal Republic of Nigeria on this great occasion and wishes them more progress and prosperity.
For his part, Mr. Daniel stressed the depth of Jordanian-Nigerian relations, especially the academic and educational relations, describing them as "deep-rooted and long-standing". He pointed to the depth of the relationship between the Nigerian embassy in Amman and Jordan University of Science and Technology. He also praised the efforts exerted by the Deanship of Student Affairs at the University to sponsor students and ensure their extracurricular activities, and develop the skills and abilities of individual students in general and Nigerian students in particular.
It is noteworthy that the number of Nigerian students studying at Jordan University of Science and Technology is 60 students.