President concludes visit to northern atolls

President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih at N. Holhudhoo | Photo: President's Office

Malé, Maldives – President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, on Sunday, concluded his two-day visit to two islands in the North and South Miladhunmadulu Atolls and returned to Malé City.

The President went to Funadhoo Island in the North Miladhunmadulu Atoll and Holhudhoo Island in the South Miladhunmadulu Atoll as part of his visit.

The President was in Funadhoo to attend the golden jubilee celebrations of Funadhoo School and then travelled to Holhudhoo Island to attend the diamond jubilee festivities of Meyna School. Speaking at a ceremony held Friday evening to mark the golden jubilee of Funadhoo School, he highlighted the significant contributions of the school to developing human resources. He then emphasised that many of the school’s alumni are valuable members of society, serving in leading roles on the island and in the region.

On Saturday evening, speaking at the diamond jubilee anniversary event of Meyna School, President Solih applauded the school’s legacy of contributing to the nation’s education system by producing many productive citizens. He also unveiled a monument commemorating the 75th anniversary of the school.

During his visit, the President also met with the Island Council and Women’s Development Committee (WDC) members of both islands and discussed the challenges and opportunities for further development. He also held discussions with members of the senior management teams of healthcare facilities in both atolls. The President was accompanied by Cabinet Ministers and senior government officials on his visit.