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Bank Sohar supports ‘Maja’z al Khair’ seventh annual forum

Bank Sohar supports ‘Maja’z al Khair’ seventh annual forum

Commenting on Bank Sohar’s part in preserving Omani culture, Munira Abdul Nabi Macki, GM – HR and Corporate Support at Bank Sohar stated, “The bank has a long history of supporting events that uphold and preserve traditional Omani culture. As an established community-oriented financial institution, we embrace any chance to bring local societies together and present them with opportunities to explore further options of how we can offer support. The commitment stems from a very strong sense of purpose oriented towards serving and supporting the local community.”

The Maja’z al Khair seventh Annual Forum is 1 of the sultanate’s greatest camel race events, normally attracting big audiences from neighbouring wilayats who throng to be component of the grand occasion.

During the forum that was held in Saham, a five,000 powerful crowd gathered to witness an extravagant showcase of Oman’s most well-liked traditions. The occasion incorporated elaborate displays of conventional Omani goods, a camel race, a shooting contest, a camel show and a poetry contest and conventional music band. Bank Sohar was presented with tokens of appreciation for its help of the forum, had been Ibrahim Abdullah al Balushi, acting senior manager Khabourah branch received the token of appreciation on behalf of the bank.

Bank Sohar’s help of such events assists celebrate the history and traditions of the sultanate and market voluntary perform amongst the youth of the nation. In addition to spreading the important values of heritage, honour, competitiveness and excitement that the nation treasures.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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