Video: Indian girl leads Dubai Police oath ceremony in Arabic

Video: Indian girl leads Dubai Police oath ceremony in Arabic

Dubai - Nicole and her father thanked the authority for the training that she received.



By Web Report

Published: Sat 23 Mar 2019, 12:00 PM

Last updated: Sat 23 Mar 2019, 10:20 PM

A young Indian expat has emerged as one of the stars of Dubai Police-run Hemaya school as she lead the oath taking ceremony - in Arabic.
It is noteworthy that Arabic is not one of her mother tongues, but yet the girl overcame her fear of public speaking and gained confidence in speaking in Arabic after the ceremony.
Nicole studies at Hemaya School - an institution for employees of Dubai Police.
In a video posted on Dubai Police official Twitter account, Nicole and her father are seen thanking the authority for the training that she received and the confidence that she gained through it.

Nicole explained as to how her training with the Hemaya Schools helped her become a better individual, build her confidence and how the training by some of the best policemen helped her become a 'new person'.
Hemaya Schools in an initiative by the Dubai Police in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and the Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA). The schools offer free and quality education offered to the children of its employees.
According to Dubai Police, Nicole never imagined being able to take oath in front of the leaders of Dubai Police until she joined Hemaya Schools. Through knowledge & future education, Hemaya Schools empowered Nicole not only to overcome her fears of public speaking, but also to be fluent in Arabic.


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