Wataniya sponsors graduations
Kuwait, July 8, 2012
Wataniya Telecom, a leading telecom services provider in Kuwait, recently participated and sponsored a number of high school graduation ceremonies.
Wataniya Telecom sponsored the following schools: Abdullah Al-Rejaib for boys, Ahmad Al-Adwani for boys, Anas Ibn Malik High school for boys, Imam Ibn Malik High school for boys, Ahmad Al-Rubee High school for boys, Duaij Al-Salman Al-Sabah High school for boys, Salah al-Din for boys and Saleh Shehab High school for boys.
Distinctive and creative shows were performed by students during these ceremonies which also witnessed the presence of the graduates’ parents and the school administrations’ representatives.
Director of Public Relations at Wataniya Telecom Abdulaziz Al-Balool said: “Wataniya Telecom has always been supporting students through the sponsorship of graduation ceremonies along with other academic activities and is always keen to provide the youth with opportunities to grow and excel.”
“We are eager to watch these students successfully recommence their academic paths and choose between the sciences or arts majors, we wish them all the best in the future.'
Wataniya Telecoms also sponsored a number of graduation ceremonies for colleges as well lately, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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