RAK Police officer works for 43 years without taking leave
Abdulrahman Obaid Al Tunaji worked with the traffic and patrols department of RAK Police.
A police officer in Ras Al Khaimah has been honoured for completing 43 years in service - without ever taking a leave.
Major-General Ali Abdullah bin Alwan Al Nuaimi, General Commander of the RAK Police, recognised Abdulrahman Obaid Al Tunaji for his exceptional performance and perfect attendance record.
Al Tunaji is a non-commissioned officer at the traffic and patrols department of RAK police.
"This dedicated staff has spent 43 years in service with zero leave. He has always been a role model in his professionalism and punctuality," Maj-Gen Al Nuaimi said.
"His commitment and dedication have played a critical role in the development of the services of his department."
Al Tunaji thanked the RAK police chief for the recognition.
"I was only performing my duty," he said, thanking the UAE leadership for its support and encouragement.
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