Ali Abdullah Bin Alwan Al Nuaimi honours Abdul Rahman Obaid Kahl Al Tunaiji at Traffic and Licencing Services Centre in RAK.
Major General Ali Abdullah Bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, Commander-in-Chief of Ras Al Khaimah Police, on Monday honoured Assistant Abdul Rahman Obaid Kahl Al Tunaiji, one of the employees of the Traffic and Licencing Services Center, for his outstanding services.
Al Tunaiji has not taken a single leave during his entire service period of 43 years.
Al Nuaimi hailed Al Tunaiji as a good example of to be followed by all employees.
He wished him continued success in the service of the country.
Commander-in-Chief of Ras Al Khaimah Police on Monday visited the Traffic and Licensing Services Center, accompanied by the inspection team to review the progress of work procedures and to identify the needs and requirements of development and modernisation.
It also touched upon the issues of the needs of the employees and customers of the centre.
He was received by Brigadier General Jamal Ahmad Al-Tair, Director General of Resources and Support Services - Head of the Stars System Team, Brigadier General Dr. Mohammed Saeed Al Humaidi, General Manager of Central Operations, Brigadier Adel Ali Al-Ghais, Director of Vehicles and Drivers Licensing Department, and Brigadier Ahmed Al-Deaf Al-Naqbi, General Manager Traffic and patrols, and a number of heads of departments and branch managers and officers at the center.
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