Ooredoo receives Paralympic Champion Ahmed Al-Mutairi
Ooredoo Kuwait received the gold medal champion in the 10- meter race at the Rio 2016 Paralympics, Kuwaiti athlete Ahmed Al-Mutairi. The champion was received by the general manager and CEO Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Thani.
Commenting on the victory, the CEO reiterated his pride in Al-Al-Mutairi’s achievement, stressing the company’s overall interest in celebrating local achievements and endorsing talented individuals in all fields. This interest stems from the company’s overall strategy which is based on caring, connecting and challenging, and is implemented through the company’s corporate social responsibility strategy. Al-Mutairi was awarded a special line with unlimited calls and a smartphone.
On his part, Kuwaiti champion Ahmed Al-Mutairi said: “I would like to thank Ooredoo for their generosity and their ongoing interest in supporting talented people, and in sharing the celebratory spirit with the people around Kuwait.”
This is the first time for para-athlete Al-Mutairi to participate in the summer Paralympics games.
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