The SAAF has made public a statement confirming that a “major shareholder” has sold off all the company’s shares, saying he is “currently receiving assistance in relocating to the US”.
The SAAS said it was “shocked and deeply saddened” to hear of the sale of the company and “hopes that Mr Al-Dahiri will be able to resume his position in the SAAF”.
The SAA also announced a statement that “the management of the SAAs fund and all stakeholders are working to provide the best possible support for Mr Al Dahiri in the United States”.
The company said that “while we can confirm that Mr Dahiri has been moved to the United State to continue his work as an independent director of the SAA, we will not be able yet to say anything further about the circumstances of his departure”.
Mr Dakhil said he was “extremely disappointed” by the news.
“I have worked with him in the past and have worked very hard for the organisation,” he said.
Mr Daghil said the board was now considering its options and would be making a decision about whether to continue with Mr Dachil in his role as an honorary chairman of the board in the near future. “
As a result, I can no longer work for the SA and will be retiring as an SAA board member, and I am very disappointed that this has happened.”
Mr Daghil said the board was now considering its options and would be making a decision about whether to continue with Mr Dachil in his role as an honorary chairman of the board in the near future.
“We want to thank Mr Dassil for all his hard work and dedication,” Mr Dahan said.
SAAS chairman Al-Ahmad Al-Qasim, who was the first man to be appointed to the board by Mr Al Dahiri, has also said that he is planning to retire in the next few weeks.
The SAAA has been one of SAAS biggest shareholders for more than a decade and the SASA board said it had also been in contact with Mr Al Jazeera about Mr Dahsil’s departure.
“Our board has not had the opportunity to fully consider the issue, but we have made it clear that we will fully cooperate with any relevant authorities as we do so,” Mr Al Dawzi said in a statement.
SAAs board is “sickened” at the news of Mr Dahlirs departure, Mr AlDahir said.
The organisation said it would be “very sad” if the SAA board did not get to know the person responsible for the SAI fund.
“That is why we are not yet in a position to say whether this person will remain in SAAS or whether he will be moved to another position,” Mr Qasim said.
Mr Dala said the “unacceptable situation” of the retirement of the CEO was “not only sad but it’s very sad that it happened”.
“He has served as the SA SAI director for more years than any other individual in SAI history and in the last 10 years, he has led the organisation from a very small organisation to a giant,” Mr Daan said.