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Dubai Police fulfil wish of child, gift mare


Manea’s father expressed his happiness and thanked Dubai Police for fulfilling his son’s wish.

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

The Dubai Police fulfilled the wish of an 11-year-old child, Manea, to own a horse. The police presented the child with a mare named “Salil” from the stables of the Dubai Mounted Police.

“This initiative under the directives of Lieutenant-General Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, seeks to achieve happiness for the community, a major goal in our police work that we are keen to achieve with various tools and means,” Major General Mohammad Issa Al Adhab, Director of the Mount Police Station, said.

The child’s mother contacted the Dubai Police and informed them that her child loves horses and has a wish to have his own horse.

She said he is an outstanding student and has achieved good results.

In response to the mother’s call, the Dubai Police fulfilled her son’s wish.

They received him at the Mount Police Station, accompanied by his father and brothers and presented him with a mare.

The police transferred the mare’s ownership to the child’s name and handed it over to him.

Senior Lieutenant Ahmed Rashid Al Ka’abi, Mount Police Station, said, “We received Manea Ibrahim, his father and his brothers, and introduced them to the services provided by the station and the role of the mount teams in enhancing security and safety in various regions in Dubai.”

Ibrahim Ahmed expressed his happiness with the fulfilment of his son’s wish, conveying his thanks and appreciation for the response of the Dubai Police, stressing that the initiative brought joy and happiness to their family.

Recently, the Dubai Police, represented by Al Rashidiya Police Station, fulfilled the dream of a European child, who always wished to welcome the force at his home and to ride in one of Dubai Police’s world-famous luxury cars.

Ryan Noblet’s mother had contacted Al Rashidiya Police Station to express her son’s desire of riding in a luxurious police patrol across the emirate’s tourist attractions.

Brigadier Saeed Hamad Mohammad Bin Sulaiman, Director of Al Rashidiya Police Station, said that Dubai Police General Command, in cooperation with the Tourism Police Department, have made Ryan’s dream come true, and took him on a spin in a supercar police patrol across various areas in Dubai.

“The boy was really happy to see his dream come true,” “Ryan truly admires Dubai Police, he has many Dubai Police car toys and games,” Brigadier Sulaiman said.

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