Today Prof. Ayman Mahmoud Othman, Aswan university president, witnessed the activities of the presidential initiative “Sports is National Security” in the presence of Dr. Adel Mekki, dean of the faculty of physical education, Dr. Abdel Hakim Rizk, vice dean of the faculty of physical education in Assiut university, Dr. Abdel Rahman Abdel Basset, former dean of the faculty of physical education, and a group of leaders of the sports community. The initiative is part of implementing the initiative of President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi “Sports is a National Security.” Faculty of Physical Education implements the event under the auspices of Dr. Khaled Abdel Ghaffar, minister of higher education and scientific research, Prof. Ayman Mahmoud Othman, Dr. Mohamed Sobhi Hassanein, undersecretary of the minister of Universities Sports Federation, Dr. Taye, advisor to the minister for student activities, and Dr. Hisham El-Gyoushi, secretary of Universities Sports Federation.
Prof. Ayman Mahmoud Othman emphasized on the importance of sports for students in the celebrations of the International Anti-Corruption Day and the celebration of the International Day of People with Special Needs, as part of the initiative launched by His Excellency President of the Republic “Sports is a National Security”.
This came in light of the celebration of International Day in the field of eliminate the sources of and spreading community awareness through the Applied Sports Festival to celebrate this occasion in light of societal awareness of our students, employees, academic staff and their assistants under the slogan “Keep your right – Play your Role.” – Say No to Corruption”, which was held under the supervision of Dr. Adel Makki, Dr. Hazem Abdallah Al-Jamal and Dean of the Faculty of Al-Alsun
Dr. Adel Makki added that these events are under the slogan “Preserve your right – play your role – say no to corruption” to educate students and society about the dangers of corruption that eliminate institutions. The event includes participation of outstanding disabled students where they were honored.