Qassim emir honors nurse and a citizen

Qassim emir honors nurse and a citizen
Qassim emir honors nurse and a citizen

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BURAIDAH — Prince Faisal Bin Mishaal, emir of Al-Qassim region, honored nursing technician Aziza Bint Jabr Al-Nomisi, and citizen Bayan Al-Bajadi at a ceremony in his office in Buraidah on Monday.

This was in recognition of their humanitarian initiative in providing first aid to a family involved in a traffic accident in Buraidah.

The ceremony was held in the presence of Dr. Sultan Al-Shayea, CEO of the Health Complex in the region.

Prince Faisal praised the initiative of the nurse and the citizen to provide first aid to the family, saying “this reflects their noble sense of humanitarianism that our true religion teaches us.”

He highlighted the responsibility of the people of the country in carrying out their social and national role to contribute in every direction to be an effective tool in building the homeland and its development.

On their part, the nurse Al-Noomsi and Al-Bajadi appreciated the emir for his support to all humanitarian work in the region, stressing that this shows his keenness to promote such good work for the homeland and its citizens.

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