My Saudi Arabian Boss Met me Naked in my Bedroom, This is What Happened to me- Lady shares her story
A woman shares her story of how she became successful, built a house and bought land while working in Saudi Arabia. Agnes left her country for Saudi Arabia, amidst pain after her marriage hit rock bottom. In Saudi Arabia, she worked for seven years as a house girl, so that she could educate her two daughters, whom she left in the care of her mother. She entrusted her mother with her savings, and on coming back in her 7th year, she found that her mum had bought her a plot containing 10 rental rooms. Many have
Hello everyone, hope you're all having a nice day. These days, we get to see and hear about a lot of really interesting stories and tales about the lives of different individuals and people from all over the world. Many of these great stories are made available and easily accessible through the help of the internet and various social media platforms. So recently, I was browsing though the internet, looking for new updates and stories to write about when I came across the very sad story of a Saudi Arabian princess
Sheikh (Dr.) Saad Al-Shathary, a Saudi Arabian Muslim consultant, has stated that Islam is the religion for tolerance and that Islamists should try to live together in harmony alongside members of other religions. According to Vanguard, the sheikh made the statement while making a speech at the University of Abuja, Gwagwalada, during a public lecture themed "Islamic and Harmony."
As a result of a widespread sell-off in technology stocks, Apple has lost its position as the world's most valuable company. For the first time in nearly two years, Saudi Arabian oil and gas producer Aramco has reclaimed the number one spot from Apple. Investors have been selling shares in technology companies as they seek less risky investments.
"The greatness of our dear country goes beyond what they think they know about us " And we have done a great job in showing the world just what we can do, beyond our stable economy, down to our success in sports and entertainment, Ghana has been a model for the rest to follow. Ghana has been recognized globally for her high morale citizens that go beyond the limits, most notable events that shook the world are as listed below; When Ghana Made a world Record An event hosted by Promasidor Ghana Limited the makers
Ghana winger Samuel Owusu continued his blistering performance in the 2019/20 Saudi Arabian top-flight league season with his seventh goal of the season. Al-Fayha SC recorded a 2-0 home victory over Al Adalh in their encounter at the Al Majmaa Sporting City Stadium. The first half of the match ended in a 1-0 lead in favor of the home side via an own goal scored by Ali Al Mazid. Owusu doubled the score for the Orange and Blue lads with a fine strike on the 56th minute of the game. He was replaced by
Apple has lost its situation as the world's most important organization in the midst of an expansive auction of innovation stocks. Saudi Arabian oil and gas maker Aramco has recovered the best position from the iPhone creator without precedent for just about two years. Financial backers have been selling partakes in innovation firms as they move into what they see as safer resources.
Information reaching out from Kotoko indicates that some key players are set to leave the club before the start of the 2020/2021 season. Asante Kotoko's left back, Patrick Yeboah has terminated his contract with the club. He handed in his request following the signing of Patrick Asmah (another left back) by the club. Patrick Yeboah confirmed this in an interview, stating that he need to ply his trade elsewhere. " I am a professional player and as such i wont play Kotoko forever", Yeboah continued. Yeboah is
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has told the leaders of Russia and Ukraine he is "ready to make efforts to mediate between all parties". In separate phone conversations with Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelensky, he expressed support for "a political solution" to their conflict.
Sophia is a social humanoid robot developed by Hong Kong-based company Hanson Robotics.1 Sophia was first turned on on February 14, 2016,2 and made her first public appearance at South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) in mid-March 2016 in Austin, Texas, United States.3Sophia has been covered by media around the globe and has participated in many high-profile interviews. In October 2017, Sophia "became" a Saudi Arabian citizen, the first robot to receive citizenship of any country. In November 2017, Sophia
Saudi Arabia, considered to be the World’s Last Forbidden Kingdom, has a set of specific laws to govern its people.The basis for Saudi Arabia’s constitution is their religion, Islam, and the Holy Book Quran.
1. About 51% of internet users are not human. Not humans? You might be thinking how is that even possible? Yes, you heard me right. Ok, let’s get to the point. It’s said that about 51% of internet traffic is caused by bots. Whare bots? Remember that weird “I am not a robot” checkbox that we get on many websites? These bots are the primary reason for that. They are almost in every site and there are uncountable sites on the Internet. 2. Robots started to get citizenship. On October 25th, 2017, Sophia
Every Tom and Harry knows that when you fall in love with a woman, you'll do everything in your power to ensure that you marry her sooner or later.