Dr Mohammed Gonim, a kidney transplant professor at Mansura University, called on the state to allocate all its education and health care costs.
Dr Mohammed Gonim said education should be taken into consideration and material resources should be provided as far as possible, making education in Egypt a good thing, pointing out that scientific research is the basis of knowledge. India produces the Soviet Union every year, which is a good thing for the treatment of the citizens, but India has scientific-research capability and Egypt has no scientific research.
Dr Mohammed Gonim added that the issue of education has no dispute over its four episodes of primary, secondary, technical and university education as they are the first door to human and economic development in Egypt.
Gonim stressed that President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi's first term in office was a serious challenge, the most serious of which was the security issue. It has become normal, and attention has been paid to infrastructure and the issue of energy and attention to the problem of poor raw materials.