– KATSINA STATE INDIGENE MAKES NIGERIA PROUD
– 20-year-old Katsina State indigene makes Nigeria proud in United Arab Emirates
Mr. AbdulMumin Sani Mati, a 20 year old indigene of Katsina State studying for a BBA degree in Finance and Accounting at the City University College of Ajman (CUCA), in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has made a name for Nigeria by clinching second place in a national competition in the UAE.
The competition, in the Finance, Accounting and Economics category, is the sixth in the series, known as United Arab Emirates Undergraduate Student Research Competition (UGRC).
The competition was organised under the patronage of His Excellency Ibrahim Al-Hammadi, the UAE Minister of Education, by the Abu Dhabi University.
AbdulMumin Sani Mati presented his project titled: ‘Accounting Conservatism and firm’s performance: A Test of Signaling Theory’.
He emerged second out of 900 students from 40 UAE universities who participated in the competition.
AbdulMumin prepared and presented his project under the guidance of Dr. Faisal Khan, Assistant Professor in the CUCA Department of Accounting and Finance.
CUCA President Mr. Imran Khan and Vice Chancellor Dr. Mohammed Amerah congratulated Mr. AbdulMumin Sani Mati on his success and applauded his efforts.
By this feat, AbdulMumin was the first to clinch such a prestigious prize not only from Nigeria, but Sub-Saharan Africa and Africa as a whole.
We thank AbdulMumin Sani Mati for making all of us Nigerians proud and wish him more success in his studies.