Sheikh Mohammed kisses Fatima Al Nuaimi during 2016 Arab Reading Challenge award ceremony (right) Fatima Al Nuaimi in her graduation dress.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, on Thursday tweeted his picture along with 2016 Arab reading Challenge winner Fatima Al Nuaimi to honour her on her graduation.
Sheikh Mohammed tweeted two pictures side by side in the first one he is seen kissing the forehead of Fatima Al Nuaimi during award ceremony of Arab reading Challenge in 2016.
And the second picture shows Fatima in her graduation cap.
Congratulating Fatima, Sheikh Mohammed wrote that nation is proud of you and the country grows by reading and prosper by knowledge.
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