Bakhit Bin Suwaidan Al Nuaimi hoisted the first national flag in 1971 at Al Manhal Palace.
Dubai: His Excellency Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and the Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the UAE Armed Forces, have offered their condolences to the family of retired Brigadier General Bakhit Bin Suwaidan Al Nuaimi, describing him as a member of the UAE. loyal sons. ”
“May God have mercy on Bakhit Bin Suwaidan Al Nuaimi, one of the most faithful sons in the UAE. Since its inception, the Union has dedicated itself to serving the country with dignity. He was known for his kindness and generosity, and for his outstanding work, ”Twitter Mohamed wrote on Sunday.
Al Nuaimi, 77, passed away on Friday evening October 2 and was buried the next day in Al Hili Cemetery in the city of Al Ain. During his hard work, he was known for raising the first UAE flag at Al Manhal Palace in 1971.
The family of the deceased received words of condolence through social media and telephone calls, while complying with COVID-19 protection measures.
Social media sites in the UAE are full of words of condolence and prayers for the Al Nuaimi family, as the tweeps send pictures of his outstanding work showing his contribution to the community.
Al Nuaimi was a well-respected man in the community and an example of generosity, patience and tolerance, as he regularly held discussions to raise social and national issues while encouraging community members to do good deeds. Throughout his life, Al Nuaimi served as a respected and highly regarded military officer as a pioneer in the councils of the father of the UAE founder Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan.