KCCN, University Of Abuja Sign Cultural, Educational Mou

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The Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria and the University of Abuja have agreed to cooperate to promote friendly relations between Korea and Nigeria in the cultural and educational fields of both countries. This was made known during at an event to mark the signing of MoU at the Korean Cultural Centre of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea on Thursday, June 10, 2021 at about 11:30a.m. Guests at the signing ceremony include: Prof. Abdul-Rasheed Na’Allah, Vice Chancellor, University of Abuja; Prof. Clement Alawa, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academics; Dr. Abubakar Kari, Dean of Students Affairs; Dr. Musa Olaofe, Director, Centre for Asian Studies; Dr. Aisha Maikudi, Director, International Centre; Prof. Obiageli Nnodu, Director, Centre for Sponsored Projects; Dr. Makolo Hassan, Legal Officer. About the MoU The Memorandum of Understanding sets out the intent of the working relationship between the Korean Cultural Centre and the University of Abuja. The Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria and the University of Abuja have agreed to cooperate to promote friendly relations between Korea and Nigeria in the cultural and educational fields of both countries. The Memorandum of Understanding shall come into force from the 10th of June 2021 and shall continue in effect for a period of 3 years. The Signing Ceremony At the signing ceremony, the Director of Korean Cultural Centre, Mr. Lee Jin Su, assured the Vice Chancellor that the Cultural Centre will do more to collaborate with the University of Abuja in educational and exchange programmes that enhance capacity and learning outcome. The Vice Chancellor was of the opinion that the university is ever ready to work with the Korean Cultural Centre in order to achieve mutually beneficial results. Significance of the MoU Signing By this signing of MoU between both parties, the Korean Cultural Centre Nigeria and University of Abuja have sealed a deal aimed at fostering a working relationship that will be beneficial to both institutions in terms of educational, cultural and exchange programmes.

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