KARACHI: The intergovernmental Organization OIC Youth Forum has announced that its first ever Youth conference will held in Pakistan. The announcement was made at a Press briefing Tuesday, here at DHA Suffa University.
The idea of the ceremony is to officially announce the nationals in the hemisphere of diplomacy in Pakistan along with to launch the ceremony which will be held in December from 21 to 23rd 2018 at Beach Luxury Hotel of Karachi. National MOIC Pakistan is fortunate to have DHA Suffa University as an academic partner having motto is ‘Learn to discover’
The program started from the introductory speech of Former Ambassador of Pakistan in OIC Shahid Amin who said that “Muslims all over the world forms one community”. Crowd felt so motivated by his speech and inspired from his thought provoking history of Muslims.
Ms. Rutaba Tariq, Country Coordinator MOIC, said no project is achieved alone. It always needs an efficient team to achieve. She said the real spirit behind this 3-days event is that this Conference is comprised 80 percent females.
There was an open question-answer session among the people which opinion was completely based.
History of OIC is elaborated by “Aroha Band” in the most unique way. They blew the youth crowd away with their tunes, poetry and melodies. Syed Waqas Azhar, Export Manager Vital Tea said that our organization strongly focuses on youth’s unlimited potential as that’s the only hope for peaceful Pakistan.
He said “all the countries working under the Islamic banner should know their history that Muslims ruled the world but now there is civil war in 26 Muslim countries the worst hit Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria.
The essence of launch ceremony of NMOIC explained by Dr. Sarfaraz Ahmed, Vice Chancellor DHA Suffa University is that “Our future lies in the hands of youth. Investing in youth is best investment for the country. He said, DHA Karachi is ready for public services and we are leading all over in Pakistan focusing on real estate development.
Ms. Bushra Zaidi, Faculty Member in her concluding remarks said the best investment is investing in youth and they are the building blocks of Pakistan.