Qatar cleaner honored for returning diamond rings left in bathroom

An Ethiopian woman who works as a cleaner at the Qatar National Convention Center (QNCC) has been rewarded after turning in two diamond rings worth QR470,000 (US$129,000) that were left behind in a bathroom at the venue.

Andnet Zelekew, a 32-year-old woman who has been working at the QNCC since 2011, received a cash award from convention center management last week for her honesty.

In a statement, QNCC General Manager Ken Jamieson said:
“I applaud and thank Ms. Zelekew for her honesty and rectitude. QNCC believes in fostering a working environment that is loyal, secure and trusting. For this reason, we believe that our employees always display exceptional integrity.

By returning the diamond rings to their grateful owner, our valued employee has displayed the traits which we as an organization, hold in the highest regard.”

Andnet Zelekew receiving reward at QNCC

Andnet Zelekew
 
 
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Source News: Doha News
Photo: Chantelle D’mello