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Women's association, Bank Sohar celebrate National Day
Times news service
December 09, 2012 , 3 : 00 am
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Muscat: Bank Sohar celebrated the 42nd National Day in association with Omani Women's Association in Jaalan Bani Bu Hassan recently in keeping up with the festive flavour witnessed all over the country.
The celebrations took place at the association's premises under the patronage of Badriya Al Husani, chairperson of Omani Women's Association, Jaalan Bani Bu Hassan.
Large number of people from Jaalan Bani Bu Ali, Jaalan Bani Bu Hassan and Al Kamel participated in the event, which had a wide array of activities and events to spread the joy and happiness of the National Day celebrations.
"The National Day is a special day to celebrate the achievements of the country under the inspiring leadership of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said. The Sultanate has carved a name for itself in the global arena as a country of peace and tolerance all due to the wise leadership of His Majesty.
We join the people in celebrating the 42nd National Day and wish the country further progress and prosperity in the years to come," Khalfan Rashid Al Tal'ey, DGM, Retail Banking, Bank Sohar said. All the attendees enthusiastically participated in the activities and celebrations. The significant number of attendees was a true testimony to the devotion and commitment of the people to this joyous occasion.
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