Kuwaiti legislator praises Saudi charitable center in Cameroon

¬†CAIRO, March 25 (KUNA) — Kuwaiti legislator Saud Al-Heraiji, currently heading a parliamentary delegation on a visit to the Cameroon, lauded humanitarian role played by the Saudi charitable center in the capital Yaounde.

Al-Heriaji, head of the visiting Kuwaiti parliamentary friendship group, was speaking during a visit to the center, named the Center of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques — the late King Fahad Bin Abdulaziz.
He lauded the charitable aid provided by the center to Muslims and non-Muslims.
Saudi Ambassador Mohammad Bin Salman Al-Mis-her told KUNA that he briefed the Kuwaiti legislators about the center activities which portray a true image about Islam and the Muslims’ philanthropic works.
The Kuwaiti delegation included MPs Dr. Ahmad Mutee, Hamadan Al-Azmi, Mohammad Hadiya, and the Nigeria-based Kuwaiti Ambassador to the Cameroon, Abdulaziz Al-Sharrah. (end) ms.rk