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KidZania swears in newly elected CongreZZ
November 29, 2015, 5:10 pm
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KidZania Kuwait, the kid-sized metropolis for children edutainment, assembled the children, who were elected to the 2015-2016 KidZania CongreZZ, for the official swearing-in ceremony on KidZania’s premises. The function was attended by the Ambassador of Mexico in Kuwait H.E. Miguel Angel Isidor and his wife, the Vice President of Leisure and Entertainment at M.H. Alshaya Company Fernando Medroa, the Head of School Activities at the Ministry of Education Mona Al Hattab and the KidZania Management Team, along with parents of newly elected CongreZZ members. 

KidZania, which first opened in Mexico City, began its KidZania’s CongreZZ with the aim to educate children on the importance of group participation and inspire them to believe in teamwork and mutual cooperation, in addition to fostering their thinking ability to perpetuate significant changes, while also giving them opportunities to help shape KidZania’s culture.

Following recitation of the KidZania CongreZZ oath, the newly elected members were presented with their official pins. Speaking to The Times Kuwait, Ambassador said, “I enjoyed myself very much at the event, and it is great to meet the kids. It is a huge responsibility for adults to teach kids to grow up in the best possible way, and in this case, KidZania is showing them how to be responsible but in a fun way. It is a great combination.”

In his message to the newly elected members, the ambassador added, “All the CongreZZ members of KidZania have a great duty to their post, but they should also always attempt to fulfill their dreams.”

Dalal Al Bannai, one of the CongreZZ members was eager to start her post immediately, said, “I am glad I am a CongreZZ member and look forward to helping kids who visit KidZania, to have more fun with new games and opportunities.”

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