The University College in Al-Lith (Girls section) organized a ceremony on the occasion of the 88th Saudi National Day at the Activities Hall in the College’s premises.
The ceremony started with a welcoming introductory speech followed by a Quranic recitation and the Saudi Royal Anthem. Then, Dr. Iman Al-Luhaiby, Vice Dean of the College, gave a speech to express her feelings on such a great day, i.e. the memory of unifying the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by its founder, King Abdulaziz bin Abdurrahman Al-Faisal Al Saud (May he rest in peace!). She also hailed the efforts exerted by the Kingdom to provide citizens with all sources of service and welfare.
In the same context, Dr. Al-Luhaiby pointed out to the achievements of Saudi women with the support of the government of HRH King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques. She added that such achievements contributed to the renaissance of the country in various domains.
Dr. Al-Luhaiby also promoted continuous work to achieve the Saudi Vision 2030. She explained that such vision turned young people into the nucleus of the productive society, and focused on education as one of the most significant sectors on which the Kingdom relied in achieving its objectives.
On the other hand, Dr. Al-Luhaiby hailed the efforts exerted by KSA to serve Islam and Muslims all over the world. In addition, she hailed the Kingdom’s handling of many international issues, which underlined the political weight and prestige it enjoyed at the regional and international levels.
Within the same framework, she appreciated the efforts of the Saudi brave soldiers in all military sectors. She added that such efforts positively affected security and stability all over the country.
This was followed by a poem, song and cultural competition respectively. Then, Dr. Al-Luhaiby inaugurated the corners of the departments participating in the ceremony. In addition, she honored the best voted corner and the members of the event’s organizing committees.