According to local media reports, Sheikh Mohammed’s decision came after an on-air phone call to Ajman Radio’s “Al Rabia Wal Nas” live programme.
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Sheikh Mohammed ordered that he be provided with everything he needs “to guarantee them [him and his family] a decent life.”
Sheikh Mohammed ordered that the UAE’s Minister of Community Development to provide the Cabinet with a detailed report about the requirements of UAE nationals with limited income, alongside with a plan to address the issue.
Sheikh Mohammed also highlighted the importance of media “as a tool for catering to the wellbeing of citizens.”
In a previous incident, Sheikh Ammar Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman, ordered the suspension of a radio broadcaster in Ajman after he belittled a caller who complained of price increases.
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