Abu Dhabi Police Golden Jubilee
Largest Map of UAE made of 500,000 Finger prints unveiled
Major General Khaleel Daoud Badran, Director General of the Financial services and Administration and the Chief of the Golden Jubilee organizing committee, unveiled the worlds biggest map of the UAE made of half a million peoples finger prints, as a sign to honour the services of Abu Dhabi Police, on the eve of its Golden jubilee celebrations that commences on the 5th of next month.
The map was created in coordination with Abu Dhabi Police Watani, a social development program, and my home land my security campaign. The unveiling ceremony was attended by Ahmed Obaid Al Mansoori, coordinator general of Watani program, Brigadier Ahmed Saeed Al Mahri, Colonel Mohammed Saleh Badda, Major Nasser Al Khabi among others. A large crowed was also in attendance.
The making of the map was a part of Abu Dhabi Police ongoing drive to cement partnership between communities and the police and was organized throughout November across the capital. The road show that went around the capital and other emirates.
Individual finger prints of VIP’S Government officials, and general public was collected through schools,universities,shopping malls through out the city which was collected and combined by watani to create the map which included the finger prints of half a million people.
The exhibition of the unity of the city is now open for the public at Abu Dhabi corniche which represents the peoples love for their country and share the jubilee celebrations of the Abu Dhabi Police.
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