Dr. Abdel Nasser Hamida, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health in Gharbia Governorate, confirmed that the directorate will begin the procedures for appointing Amira Al-Masry, the wife of the citizen Mahmoud Samir, from the city of Al-Mahalla Al-Kubra in the Gharbia Governorate, who suffers from obesity, a rural pioneer based on the directives of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi to appoint her Her husband was transferred to Dar Al-Shifa Hospital in Cairo for treatment at the expense of the state, who weighed about 257 kilograms and was unable to move, and lost his job after he worked as a baker in an oven.
Hamida added to “The Seventh Day” that the procedures for fitting, simulation and medical examination will be completed in preparation for her transfer to her new job.
For her part, Al-Masry’s wife, the citizen’s wife, expressed, in exclusive statements to “The Seventh Day,” her feeling of unspeakable joy after President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s decision and his intervention to save her husband.
She confirmed that she had not yet believed that her husband would finally undergo treatment for obesity and that President Sisi personally intervened to treat him, thanking the president for his decision to transfer her husband to the hospital in Cairo for treatment.
She emphasized that President El-Sisi is the head of families for all Egyptians, and all words of gratitude will not fulfill his right, saying, “Cut off the tongue of any person who says a word about the president’s right,” and the president is the beloved of all Egyptians and will not be negligent in responding to the Egyptians ’help.
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi had ordered the patient to be transferred immediately to Dar Al-Shifa Hospital in Cairo for treatment at the expense of the state and to provide for all his needs, and the President also ordered the appointment of the patient’s wife, a rural pioneer, in his health directors in the West.