Dubai Police celebrated the birthday of an eight-year-old boy whose wish is to become a policeman when he grows up in the Dubai Police Museum on Sunday.
Avonso Dorso’s mother thought of the idea while visiting the new museum with her family. She sent a request to Major Dr. Mohammed Ahmed bin Fahd, the assistant commander-in-chief for academic affairs, who welcomed the idea with the approval of the Dubai Police’s commander-in-chief, Major General Abdullah Khalifa al-Marri.
The police academy organized the surprise birthday party in the museum square, providing a cake and entertainment including music by the Dubai Police band, and luxury cars from the Tourism Department to decorate the museum.
Dorso’s school friends attended his special day, taking photographs with the cars and singing ‘Happy Birthday’ to him while he cut the Dubai Police themed cake.
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