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MP slams DGCA, cannot install ‘Kuwait Musafir’ on old mobile phones

KUWAIT CITY, July 17: MP Bader Al- Humaidi holds the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) responsible for the repercussions of the decision to prevent citizens who are more than 75 years old from traveling. He said the DGCA is passing the responsibility to travel agencies although it is the one that issued the decision. He added the DGCA disregarded the fact that the decision causes problems to citizens and it seems unaware that many citizens cannot install ‘Musafer’ application because they are using old style mobile phones. He pointed out the issue is now in the hands of Defense Minister Sheikh Hamad Jaber Al-Ali.

On the other hand, MP Abdulaziz Al-Saqaabi criticized the difficult exam questions given to graduates of the College of Petroleum and Engineering at Kuwait University who applied for jobs in Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation (KNPC). He said 90 percent of the applicants did not pass the exams; hence, the need to revise the questions, considering that even those with excellent marks could not pass the exams. He urged KNPC to hire all those who graduated from the college.

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