Al-Nahda, a Saudi club, has entered the Guinness World Records after being recently certified for hosting a multiple sclerosis event.
The Al Nahda Club organized the Arfi association’s largest multiple sclerosis logo event at the club’s stadium in Dammam last May.
At the event, in the presence of the association’s delegation, the largest umbrella with the slogan “multiple sclerosis” was formed on the territory of the Al-Nahda stadium in Dammam.
From the formation of the largest logo of the association for multiple sclerosis (Arfi), which took place at the stadium of the Al-Nahda club in Dammam, and the president of the club, Tariq Al-Khubaishi, receiving the delegation of the association and presenting him with a certificate from the Guinness Book of Records after creating the largest logo multiple sclerosis.@mrfasspic.twitter.com/q1FTN9of50
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The participants of this event raised umbrellas on the floor of Al Nahda Stadium to form the emblem of multiple sclerosis disease.
Rima Al-Otaibi, Executive Director of the Arfi Association, presented the President of the Al-Nahda Club, Tariq Al-Khubaishi, with a certificate from the Guinness Book of Records.
This comes as part of raising awareness of multiple sclerosis with the help of the Al Nahda club, which operates in the second division of Saudi Arabia.