Mozambican minister: I will mention success of Turkish schools on every occasion

Willow Turkish schools in Mozambique
Willow Turkish schools in Mozambique


Date posted: March 12, 2015

Mozambican National Defense Minister Atanásio Salvador M’tumuke was elected as the honorary president of Söğüt (Willow) Turkish schools which have been operating in Mozambique. Minister M’tumuke who is known for his efforts for opening of schools in the capital city of Maputo and Matola stated that he will mention success of those schools on every occasion.

Certificate of M’tumuke was presented by General Director of Turkish schools in the country Ahmet Uysal at a ceremony. Speaking during the ceremony M’tumuke stated that he will exert great effort to show success of Turkish schools. “My expectation from these schools is to train children ideally who are the future of our country. Today, where we stand now shows that I was not wrong. National and international of success of these schools is the biggest indicator of that,” said M’tumuke.

Following M’tumuke , Uysal stated that they carry out educational activities in the country without any obstacle thanks to support of the minister.

The faith-based Hizmet movement administers a wide network of schools and more than 2,000 educational establishments in more than 160 countries around the world. These schools provide an education to thousands of students, and they are well known for their achievements in the International Science Olympiads.

Source: Cihan , March 12, 2015


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