– The company harnesses all its capabilities to motivate athletes and sharpen their abilities for their great role in the renaissance of Kuwait
Ooredoo Communications Company welcomed the Kuwaiti champions participating in the Tokyo 2020/2021 Olympics, which was held last July in Japan, as part of its support for creative youth in the field of sports, to achieve more achievements that raise the flag of Kuwait and put a clear imprint on the map of the region and the world.
The honoring activities began with the presence of the hero players headed by the Assistant Secretary of the Kuwait Olympic Committee Ali Al-Marri, and the presence of the players Abdullah Al-Rashidi, Mansour Al-Rashidi, Talal Al-Rashidi, Abdul Rahman Al-Faihan, Abbas Qoli, Madawi Al-Shamri, Abdul Rahman Al-Fadl and Muhammad Al-Musawi.
Representatives of Ooredoo’s executive management, headed by CEO Abdulaziz Al-Babtain, Acting Head of Commercial Sector Taban Trapathi, Senior Director of Corporate Communications Mijbel Al-Ayoub, Director of Elite Department Thamer Al-Tahous, Senior Director of Public Relations Fatima Dashti, and members of the corporate communications team attended.
Al-Babtain gifted the champion, Abdullah Al-Rashidi, bronze medalist in the Tokyo Olympics, a free royal line for life, which includes unlimited minutes, unlimited Internet and text messages, in appreciation of his great achievement, which Kuwait is proud of.
The champion players were gifted with a one-year free subscription that includes unlimited minutes, unlimited internet and SMS, in addition to being honored with souvenirs from the company.
Al-Babtain expressed his pride in the achievements of the heroes participating in the largest sports event in the world, which culminated in achieving a new achievement for the State of Kuwait in the world of sports, stressing that Ooredoo will continue to support, support and shed light on the various distinguished Kuwaiti talents, and harness all its capabilities to motivate them and sharpen their abilities because of their A major role in the renaissance of Kuwait.
This comes at a time when Kuwait participated in 5 games in the 2020 Olympic Games, and its list included 10 players, 4 in shooting, 2 in swimming and two in athletics, and one in rowing and the same in karate.