The family of the late Egyptian pilot, who was dismissed from his job because of the artist Mohamed Ramadan, responded to the video about the seizure of his money, which Ramadan broadcast on his Facebook page.
In the first statement to the family of the pilot, Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, on this video and announcing the reservation of Muhammad Ramadan’s money to the family of the deceased pilot in the case against Muhammad Ramadan, Abeer Al-Mistkawi, the sister of the pilot’s wife, Ashraf Abu Al-Yusr, said on her Facebook page as follows: His money is in the banks that form the social media, and it is only that an amount of 6 million pounds has been seized in the bank, and this is the amount of compensation for Ashraf, may God have mercy on him.”
And Abeer Al-Mistakawi added: “The issue has no invitation to the country, nor Egypt’s greed for its money, not even the meat of its shoulders.. He likes to make any propaganda and salvation.. This is based on this statement.”
Yesterday, Thursday, the artist, Mohamed Ramadan, published a video clip, through his personal accounts, on social networking sites, announcing that he had been informed of a decision to reserve his money in a famous bank, where he said during the video clip: “Today I woke up on a phone from the bank.” He told me that the state had reserved your money. I told him that I, my money, my house, and the meat of my shoulders belong to my country and my people. What is the problem?
Source: Today’s News