Shortly after the U.S 2016 Presidential Election, President-elect Donald Trump invited 800 VVIPs to a private dinner party to celebrate his recent landslide win in the historic presidential election. Among the invitees were Hussain Sajwani, a real estate investor with DAMAC Properties in Dubai.
This was not the first time this DAMAC Properties CEO was visiting Florida. When he was given a chance to salute his fellow VVIPs, Hussain Sajwani, who was accompanied by his wife and children, said that his family had more than once visited the Trump family in Florida. “We are honored to be here tonight. Trump and I have been friends for a long time. My family has been to Florida several times in the past and Trump and his wife have traveled to our home in Dubai many times. My wife and Ivanka are close friends. They talk to each other every day, sending emails to each other and sharing their happy lives together. We are proud to be associated with this family,” the DAMAC properties founder said.
On his part, when introducing his friend to the rest that evening, Trump called the Sajwanis the ‘most beautiful family’ from Dubai. This showed how close these two gentlemen and their families are. The friendship between them has been shown on different levels with some critics saying that Hussain Sajwani has ulterior motives. However, nothing proves that critics are right. In Dubai, Hussain Sajwani’s DAMAC Properties has built a magnificent building, which he gave the name Trump International Course Dubai.
Hussain Sajwani started DAMAC Properties in 1976. Back then, there wasn’t much problem in getting land to build apartments. However, as time passed, the need for decent commercial and residential unities arose. DAMAC Properties seized the opportunity to expand. Today, the company has been able to build over 22,700 units across the UAE. This has led to Mr. Sajwani brushing shoulders with prominent personalities.
Recently, Hussain responded to the United Arab Emirates’ His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s call to feed and clothe over 1 million poor children across the UAE. Hussain donated 2 million AED to support the Ramadan kitty that was started by His Highness. The money that Hussain gave would buy clothes to 50,000 needy children who according to the DAMAC CEO, were walking naked each day while the rich reside in castles. He said, “I feel pity when I see children on the streets walking naked. We can do something for them.”
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