5 years old rich Kuwait girl gifts Mercedes to teacher

June 19, 201617 Comments

Noor Al Faris took end of year gifts to the next level with her shocking expression of gratitude to her teacher simply identified as Nadia.

A nursery school pupil from Kuwait has reportedly gifted her favourite school teacher with a luxury Mercedes car for helping her graduate from Kindargerten.

Miss Al Faris pictured sitting on the hood of the car, which has;‘This car is for my favourite teacher Nadia’ written in Arabic on the windscreen of the white Mercedes, is all smiles.

She went on to disclose that she had wanted to express her gratitude to Miss Nadia after she graduated from her local Nursery this week.

Local media reports that Miss Al Faris’ father whose identity has been withheld, is responsible for buying the car which was gifted to Miss Nadia who reportedly helped little Miss Al Faris recover and graduate school after the loss of her mother.

Little-miss-Noor-Al-Faris

The appreciative widower disclosed to local media that Miss Nadia had played an important role in the development of his daughter and has had a positive impact on Miss Al Faris following her mother’s death. Although Local media have suggested tat the car is an expensive model, the exact specifications of the car were not revealed.

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  1. Helping a child through the loss of a parent is priceless. If this gift makes the little girl happy and it is within her fathers means, then it is a beautiful gift.

  2. Helping a child through the loss of a parent is priceless. If this gift makes the little girl happy and it is within her fathers means, then it is a beautiful gift.

  3. Donna Ann says:

    The school I worked at specified in the conditions of employment that we are not allowed to accept gifts such as this.

  4. Donna Ann says:

    The school I worked at specified in the conditions of employment that we are not allowed to accept gifts such as this.

  5. Maen Chua says:

    wow amazing! there's nothing about the gift it's a heartedly givin to a person who had been doing good for the child.MAY ALLAH BLESS THIS CHILD AND FAMILY.GOODLUCK TEACHER

  6. Iqbal Vanoo It is not adding spice. It is legal to remarriage.

  7. Its a small gift compare to what she did helping the little girl during her grief, efforts that a human being with a good heart and i cant never be paid but giving gift is one way of saying thank you aside from giving her a big hug.

  8. Why adding spice to a simple case of gratitude? It should be avoided specially in Ramadan.

  9. Soon the miss will be her mother if she is unmarried inshallah. It is my Guess.

  10. its just a token of love nothing harm in that

  11. Very nice gesture but if I was the teacher I would have to decline such an extravagant gift

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