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Emirati man pledges AED600,000 to release indebted inmates in Dubai


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An Emirati businessman has recently pledged a total of AED633,778 for the release of a number of indebted inmates being detained at the Correctional and Punitive Institutions in Dubai. 

Ahmed Sultan bin Sulayem is the CEO of the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre Authority (DMCC) and who pledged the hefty money. 

“In this spirit, we are keen on strengthening social responsibility in coordination with charities and philanthropists to end the suffering of inmates and help them start again, improve their conditions, and solve their financial and social problems,” Brig. Marwan Abdul Kareem Julfar, Acting Director of the Correctional and Punitive Institutions, said in a statement. 

The acting director of the Correctional and Punitive Institutions at Dubai Police commended the generous contribution made by great individuals such as Mr. Bin Sulayem to establish social solidarity and contribute to the development and social objectives of the UAE and expressed hope that this initiative will be an inspiration for other organizations and individuals to be part of the UAE’s humanitarian efforts.

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