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Police honour Saudi baby born in Sharjah

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Zayed with his family at Al Qasimi Hospital.

Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter

In a beautiful gesture, the Dubai Police’s Esaad Card Committee has gifted a Saudi child, Zayed, who was born in the Emirate of Sharjah, a special edition of the discount card.

This came during a visit by a delegation from the Esaad Card Committee headed by Mona Al Ameri, Head of the Esaad Committee, to the child’s family at Al Qasimi Hospital in the Emirate of Sharjah.

Al Amari conveyed the greetings and congratulations of the Commander in Chief of Dubai Police, Major General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, to the family and wished them and their newborn a happy and blissful life.

“We, at the Esaad Card Committee, felt thrilled when we saw the baby’s father reaction on social media as he named his son “Zayed” after our late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan,” she added.

For his part, Walid Al-Shehri, the father of the child, thanked the delegation for this beautiful gesture that brought joy and happiness to the family of the child. “The visit doubled our joy, and we already feel at home and among our loved ones,” the happy father said.

Mona Al Ameri was accompanied by Captain Khalid Al Suwaidi, Lieutenant Ahmed Bin Ghafan, Samia Shaheen, Yasmin Al Marzouqi and Mariam Saeed.

Recently, the General Department of Human Resources at Dubai Police launched a smart scheme featuring employee self-services through kiosks distributed across Dubai Police General HQ, general departments and police stations.

Brigadier Dr Saleh Abdullah Murad, Director of the General Department of Human Resources at Dubai Police, pointed out the employee self-service project is one of many initiatives implemented by the General Dept. of Human Resources in order to facilitate human resources services.

He added this was in line with the Dubai Police’s strategic goal of spreading happiness among employees, and providing them with services via smart channels.

“This self-service project achieves three main goals including: meeting employees’ needs, reducing the time and effort spent in obtaining services, and transforming self-services digitally to please the internal customers of Dubai Police,” Brigadier Murad added.