Al-Nefaie marks Ramadan with dignitaries

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Saudi Gazette

JEDDAH —
Saudi businessman Mohammed Hassan Al-Nefaie, chairman of Al-Nefaie Investment Group, celebrated Ramadan with many distinguished dignitaries in key economic sectors, at his home, here.

During this annual Ramadan reception, Al-Nefaie welcomed more than 300 high ranking Saudi businessmen, CEOs, diplomats and Consuls General to a heartwarming Ramadan atmosphere.

Elaborating on the aim of this celebration Al-Nefaie emphasized: “This is an annual event that we conduct. We gather brothers, dear people and friends, in a gathering of dear friends at the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.”

The former Saudi Ambassador to Japan and the CEO of Al-Safeer Trading Co. Abdulaziz Turkistani, who attended, said: “As all know that we are in the holy month of Ramadan, the month that has more spiritual meaning than only fasting, so we are fasting on one hand but on the other hand it is a social gathering month as well as dedication to the God Almighty Allah. So today we are in this – Majlis - as we call it, in this top businessman’s (Al-Nefaie) house, where more than 300 people have come to exchange the inspiration of Ramadan in order to make a stronger relationship.”

Khalid Suliman Basahal, chairman of Saudi Chemical Industries Company Ltd. Too attended. He noted: “This evening is a gathering of dignitaries of Jeddah and many dear friends. Today we were glad to meet our brothers, and it’s a great opportunity to greet each other on the arrival of the holy month.”

Mohammed Hassan Al-Nefaie is the chairman of the Board of Directors of Al-Nefaie Investment Group and founder of Al-Nefaie Foundation that has been in operation for over 35 years and is listed in the Saudi stock market. He founded Al-Nefaie Investment Group and is the founder and head of a training center specialized in economic studies, financial and technical analysis. In the Saudi capital market, he held many administrative, executive and advisory positions in various economic sectors.


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