By Bayan Nalubwama
Al-Mustafa Islamic College Uganda has organised an opening session for Ugandan students who want to study Persian language for further studies and research.
In an opening event that was graced by the Iran Cultural Chancellor, Mohammad Reza Ghezelsofla, the former president of Al-Mustafa Islamic University in Ghana among others on Monday, students were urged to take on the Persian language to broaden their understanding of diverse culture and also simplify intercultural Communication.
Mohammad Reza Ghezelsofla, the Cultural Chancellor of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Kampala said that learning the Persian language helps in the enrichment of the students’ understanding and broadens their skills for employment and intercultural communication.
“When Africans learn Persian language which is a rich language with civilization, language of peace and revolution,” He said
He encouraged them to always learn more to improve the standards of living of their respective community members and participate in the development of the beloved country Uganda.
Dr Maharifi, the former president of Al-mustafa Islamic University in Ghana told students to learn with spiritual purification as it will help them address the needs of society