The Minister of Tourism, Ahmed Al-Khatib, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Saudi Space Authority Prince Sultan bin Salman, expressed condolences over the death of the largest tourist guide in the Kingdom in the Najran region, the late Saeed Jamaan “Abu Sanad”.
Al-Khatib made a phone call to the late son in which he expressed his condolences for the death of his father, noting that he had spent decades of his life supporting the tourism industry in the Kingdom.
Prince Sultan bin Salman also, in a telephone call, offered condolences to the Abu Sanad family, calling on the Almighty, the Most High, to be blessed with the mercy of his mercy and to accommodate him in the spacious gardens.
Prince Sultan appreciated the late contributions of supporting the tourist movement in the Kingdom and introducing it, stressing that it is an honorable model for a citizen loving his country.
Abu Sanad passed away, on Friday morning, at the age of 90, after suffering from illness and being infected with the emerging coronavirus.
Abu Sanad was fluent in several languages, including English, French and Italian, although he was illiterate who did not read or write, and worked in the field of tourism in the Najran region, and Prince Sultan called him the “greatest tourist guide”, and he also gave him a tourist guide license without testing in recognition of his experience In recognition of his role in the field of tourism work.