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A piece of advice
DNRD’s head says that people should stop looking for the “dark spots” in Dubai, and start looking at its “bright future ”instead.
March 12, 2009 2:03 by Aarti Nagraj
We love the statements of reassurance made by Dubai’s leaders about how the city has been unaffected by the global crisis, and that the future is (shield your eyes)“bright.”
Here’s the latest from Major General Mohammad Ahmad Al Merri, director-general of the Dubai Naturalization and Residency Department (DNRD):
“Those who keep searching for the dark spots and walk in darkness will stumble and fall one day. Those who look at the bright future of the city will keep a big smile on their faces and will achieve their goals.”
He also said “…Dubai will remain an oasis of prosperity and development in the world.”
Kipp has henceforth decided to sport a hundred watt smile, so that it can light the path we tread and remove the dark spots. Care to join us?