Amna Al Ketbi (Dubai)
Abdullah Al-Qassab, an employee at one of the “Dubai Metro” stations, confirmed that he was brought up in the customs and traditions of the United Arab Emirates, and that in his heart and mind was the legacy of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, may God bless him, and that he always strives to be an ambassador for the Emirati national identity and the righteous son For the homeland.
He expressed his happiness, pride and pride in the praise of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, may God protect him, as His Highness described him as the model of the government employee in the Emirates.
Al-Qassab told Al-Ittihad: “I am heartened by the praise of His Highness, and I will always strive to meet the good expectations of the leadership,” indicating that what he did was a translation of the customs and traditions of the UAE society, which was known for its generosity and generosity.
He added: “I am a first-year student majoring in information technology at the Higher Colleges of Technology, and in the evening I work at one of the (Dubai Metro) stations, and during my working hours a woman came trying to pay the fare to use the metro to travel to her destination, but she faced a problem in paying the fees, so I rushed to help her and pay The remaining amount without hesitation ». He continued: “We were brought up to honor the guest, provide humanitarian work and solidarity among people, and what I have done will be done by any Emirati youth,” expressing reservations about the amount he gave to the girl. He said: “As a government employee, I am a responsible person in developing a happy customer journey, and providing service to the customer with ease, ease and flexibility,” indicating that generosity is a feature of the people of the Emirates since ancient times, and to receive the guest are inherited customs that the people of the Emirates still maintain, and they perform with all kindness and generosity. On his reconciliation between study and work requirements, he said: “Despite the tremendous pressure, the requirements of study and work, and the need to balance them, I aspire to work hard to obtain a university degree with distinction and return the favor to the UAE and my family.”