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Mohammed bin Zayed lodges nomination for Abu Dhabi Award

posted on 26/09/2007: 1913 views



Nomination for the Abu Dhabi Awards is in full swing. General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, filled a nomination form and placed in one of the nomination boxes, on the sidelines of a special ceremony organised by the Emirates Foundation on Monday to recognise the donors to the philanthropic organisation.

The Abu Dhabi Awards initiative is an annual event organised by the Abu Dhabi Government to recognise outstanding contributions to the society and the Emirate. It seeks to appreciate achievements of those individuals who have selflessly contributed to the betterment of the Emirate and the welfare of the society.

The Award Organisers have urged the public to nominate those individuals they feel have made recognition-worthy contributions. Nomination is open until October 7th, and the winning individuals will be announced at a spectacular award ceremony to be held at the Emirates Palace in December. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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