Hussain Sajwani is a prominent billionaire developer who resided in the desert kingdom of Dubai. Hussain is hopeful that he will have a chance to enhance his business relationship with the Trump Organization, a real estate company that belongs to the US president Donald Trump.
The two real estate moguls who came together to celebrate the new year’s eve have already partnered in the establishment of the Trump International Golf Club where luxurious villas that have managed to make sales of almost $2 billion. In the midst of concerns about possible conflicts of interest, Trump assured that he would not be making any new business contracts while serving as the president of the United States of America.
However, Hussain Sajwani told the NBC news that his connection to the US president extends beyond the Trump to his three children, Ivanka and sons Eric and Donald Jr. Hussain adds that all the three kids are fully involved, and he believes that under their management, there will be no issue in expanding and growing as well as maintaining the business relationship between the two parties. In an article from cnbc.com, the three children are fully involved with every aspect of the business and they are extremely protective of their company.
Recently, the chairman of DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani (@hussainsajwani) issued a cheque of AED two million to a campaign that aims at clothing a million less fortunate children around the globe. The campaign is known as the Ramadhan, and it was initiated by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum who is the Prime Minister and Vice President of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Mr. Hussain is the founder and chairman of DAMAC properties, the leading opulence independent real estate developer in the Middle East. He donated as a token of the firm’s continuous support for the efforts by the government to advance the people’s standard of living around the globe.
This contribution from DAMAC Properties will be used to purchase clothes and other warming items for over 50000 kids who need them. The clothing initiative was launched in partnership with the Emirates Red Crescent in 1983.
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