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Benha University celebrates International Anti- Corruption Day with Administrative Control Authority (ACA)

Wednesday 12 Dec. 2021 - 09:01:57
Benha University celebrates International Anti- Corruption Day with Administrative Control Authority (ACA)

Benha University organized a celebration yesterday on the occasion of International Anti- Corruption Day by cooperation with Administrative Control Authority (ACA). The celebration was held in presence of Prof. Dr. Gamal Sosa, Benha University President, Major General Abdel Hamid Al-Hagan, Governor of Qalyubia ,Major General Khalid Abd El Latif , Head of ACA in Qalyoubia , Prof. Dr. Nasser El Gizawy, the University Vice-president for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Researches' Affairs,Prof.Tamer Samir, Benha University Vice-president for Education and Students` Affairs , and Dr. Khalid Esawy, the General Coordinator for Students' Affairs .In his speech, Prof. Dr. Gamal Sosa confirmed that corruption is the scourge of all ages and it must be combated in all its forms and assured that anti- corruption must be a priority for all institution at all countries around the world whether it was developed or developing countries. He also added that corruption is the disease that must be treated to get rid of its negative effects.
For his part, Major General Abdel Hamid El-Hagan, Governor of Qalyubia, said that the International Anti-Corruption Day is a real opportunity to raise the awareness of Benha University students', deepen their knowledge of issues related to preventing and combating corruption, to shed light on the dangers of corruption and its consequences for economic development in Egypt and the world too. He also added that Egypt has begun a new era of fighting corruption and will not accept the corrupt or remain silent about their failures, as the national strategy to combat corruption has been launched during the era of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi. El- Hagan also said that Administrative Control Authority (ACA) exerts tangible efforts in combating corruption and that had a great impact in preserving state resources, preserving its prestige and the rule of law, and supporting political reform and sustainable development efforts to provide a better life for current and future generations.
In his speech, Major General Khaled Abdel Latif, head of ACA Office in Qalyubia, expressed his thanks to Benha University for their participation in the International Anti-Corruption Day celebration, noting that Benha University was a pioneer in implementing the objectives of the national anti-corruption strategy and an important model in educating students about matters related to corruption as they are the future and hope of the state.

Source: Sector of University President


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