Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, said that for him the UAE is first, last and always.
The Dubai Ruler published a picture of him wearing a military uniform on Twitter, under the hashtag #Flashesof Leadership.
He wrote on the picture, "Life taught me that the UAE is first, the UAE last, and the UAE always."
Sheikh Mohammed also published the same text on his TikTok account with the national anthem of the UAE.
Last week, Sheikh Mohammed said, “Whoever loves the country, serve, love people and sacrifice for them because they are the homeland and everything else is just dust on top of it.”
The Ruler of Dubai regularly shares leadership insights on the video-sharing site.
The visionary leader launched the hashtag Flashes of Leadership years ago to share with his followers some of his life experiences to pass on to the future generations.
These anecdotes serve as lessons and knowledge from an inspiring leader and educator before he became a wise leader.
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Sheikh Mohammed said, “The projects are part of vital development initiatives implemented by a committee in accordance with the President’s instructions, ensure the highest quality of life for the people of the United Arab Emirates. "
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