An employee in the emirate of Riyadh hints to excuse Prince Faisal bin Bandar – Erm News


Muflih bin al-Duraibi, an employee in the Emirate of Riyadh, alluded to the dismissal of Prince Faisal bin Bandar, the governor of Riyadh, from his post, and his deputy, Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman, took the position to succeed him.


Although “Al-Duraibi” did not expressly mention the news of the exemption of Prince Faisal bin Bandar, he alluded to this by commenting it attached to a picture of Prince Muhammad bin Abdul Rahman, in his account on the Twitter website, where he wrote late on Thursday night, in a message addressed To Prince Muhammad: “We ask God to grant you success.”


In addition to al-Duraibi, other Saudis interested in local affairs circulated news that Prince Faisal bin Bandar was excused amid conflicting accounts.


The well-known Saudi activist, Muhammad bin Abdulaziz, had spoken about the exemption of Prince Faisal bin Bandar in a tweet to him on his Twitter account, before he quickly deleted it.


So far, the Saudi Royal Court has not issued any statement regarding Prince Faisal’s exemption.

Prince Faisal bin Bandar is the eldest son of Prince Bandar bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. He enjoys a great position in the royal family, and he is a member of the Allegiance Commission.

Prince Faisal bin Bandar has held the position of Prince of Riyadh Region since early 2015, after spending more than 20 years as Emir of the Qassim Region.

And recently there were allegations that Prince Faisal bin Bandar was infected with the Corona virus.


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