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Muscat: With news of the ‘I Love the Sultan’ campaign having spread to most of the schools in Oman, students are excited to become part of this massive project.
The Muscat Media Group’s (MMG’s) latest stop was at the Bangladesh School Muscat, where students wanted to actively participate in the nationwide campaign.
“I love The Sultan” is an innovative digital campaign that will create a portrait of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said using the names of hundreds of thousands of residents, Omani and expatriate alike.
Anyone who registers will also be entered into the biggest-ever draw from MMG, with OMR25,000 worth of gifts to be won.
These include a brand new Nissan Xtrail, diamonds, several iPhone7s, a luxury family holiday thanks to the major sponsorship partners, including Suhail Bahwan automobile, Malabar Gold & Diamonds and Sheraton Oman hotel.
The portrait will be published in the National Day edition of the Times of Oman and uploaded on all its social media platforms and website.
“This is a great opportunity for us to express our gratitude and love for our beloved leader His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said, the benevolent ruler of this great country. We are, and will always be eternally grateful for all that he has done and continues to strive for. Life for us has been peaceful due to his kindness, we can never thank him enough,” said Rtd Lt. Col. Mahmud Ul Alam, principal of the Bangladesh School Muscat.
“His Majesty the Sultan has given all of us this wonderful opportunity to live and work in this beautiful country; we are truly blessed to have that privilege. This campaign is an opportunity for all of us to express our gratitude to the noble ruler by registering our names to appear in a large portrait of His Majesty, which will appear in our newspapers and all of our social media platforms this National Day. Pakenham encouraged everyone to register their names, “We want to see your names on it, so make sure you register and ask your parents, families, friends and neighbours living in this country to do the same, so that all of our names can go in the portrait. The portrait will be converted into a mural and will be displayed in a prime location at an exciting venue somewhere in Oman and will be there for generations to witness.