Zahrat Al Khaleej – Cairo
The Yemeni singer and presenter, Arwa, expressed her strong dissatisfaction with the residence in Beirut, Lebanon, due to the difficult conditions that Lebanon is going through, and the lack of electricity or medicine on a continuous basis.
After being granted golden residency in the UAE, Arwa decided to settle there for a long period, up to 10 years, without feeling any alienation for obtaining residency, she said.
Arwa said, in a video clip that she posted on her account on the “Snapchat” website: “Of course I came to Lebanon now and the situation is different, the truth is and nothing worse than this, to the point where I started crying.. What brought me back, of course I love Lebanon a lot, but imagine yourself three quarters Today, there is no electricity, no medicine, and even food sitting is ruined because there is no electricity.”
And she continued, “The family and I decided that we would go to Dubai, because here I am sitting suffocating, I can no longer live in these conditions more than this, and I sat for a long time hoping, but there is no hope soon.”
The artist, Arwa, had announced, a few days ago, that she had obtained a golden residency in the UAE, expressing her happiness with achieving this step, and Arwa wrote, through her account on “Instagram”, saying: “The best thing that happened to me today is that I was honored to obtain a golden residency in UAE”.
She added, “All thanks and appreciation to the beloved UAE for the golden residency gift, and my best wishes to the beloved UAE people and government for continued security and safety.”
Arwa’s publication received a wide interaction between her colleagues in the artistic community, and her fans who were keen to congratulate her and congratulate her for obtaining the golden residency.
Earlier, Arwa revealed the reason for her absence from appearing on her pages on “Social Media”, explaining that she had bruises on the face and “blues” under the eyes, the reason behind this.
With Arwa obtaining the golden residency, she joins the list of Arab stars who obtained it, including: Ragheb Alama, Hani Shaker, Qusai Khouli, Najwa Karam, Muhammad Ramadan, director Muhammad Sami and his wife Mai Omar, Myriam Fares, Menna Fadali, Hala Sarhan, And others, in addition to many Syrian stars.
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