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FOSTALGIA 2014, family get-together conducted by FOSA Kuwait.
December 16, 2014, 5:14 pm

Kuwait Chapter of FOSA (Farook College Old Students’ Association) held a family get-together “Fostalgia 2014” on 12 December, 2014 at Kuwait Medical Association Hall, Jabriya. The function started with recitation of holy Qur’an by Basit Ashraf, and was presided over by Mohammed Rafi, President of FOSA Kuwait. Riyas Ahmed, General Secretary welcomed the gathering.

The chief guest of the function, Laila Yousuf AlSaqar,  a well-known business person in Kuwait and who extended financial support for the various projects for the development of Farook College, made the felicitation speech.  Fosa Kuwait chapter honored her by presenting a memento as token of appreciation of her contributions in the field of education.

During the function, FOSA honored its member P.P Junoob with an Excellency Award for his performance in the field of Journalism, a memento was presented to him by K.V. Ahmed koya, Ex-president of Fosa Kuwait chapter.  Anoop  an old student of Farook College  from Dubai also attended the function as a guest. 

It was a wonderful gathering of different generations of Farook College alumni who are working in different fields in Kuwait, which started with a buffet lunch.  This unique family get-together gave the people a variety of experiences. The program was filled with games, quizzes, cultural performances by kids, music etc. 

A team of FOSA, consisting Mohammed Rafi, Riyas Ahamed,  Ahmed Koya KV, Basheer Batha, Imtiaz CEV, Rameez, Mohamed TV, Ashraf Mohammed, Ashraf Moosa, Subair MM, Haneef Mohammed, Kabeer and Kamal Koshani controlled the entire program.

Ashraf Mohamed,  Treasurer  of FOSA thanked each and every member of FOSA for organizing such a wonderful program.  He also extended his gratitude to the program sponsors, QualityNet, Gulf Bank, Al-Sayar Group and Geepas electronics.

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