Farewell Speech

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Assalamualaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh and good morning, ladies and gentlemen, distinguished guests. Thank you for being here today, because one of our best is leaving us.

My dear Mr Jamal, my dear colleagues, ladies and gentlemen, though I take immense pleasure and feel thankful to all of you for offering me an opportunity to talk to you all at this momentous occasion, right deep inner side of my heart, I feel a sort of sadness while thinking that our Mr Jamal is being transferred effective from today.

I need not say how he treated us as a member of a family and extended all cooperation we required at every crucial time of our work. We found him gentle and humble; always ready to solve our problems. Ambitious, analytical, calculating, cheerful, focused, intelligent, motivated, and a lot of qualities like this he had shown and taught us as a successful team leader, no doubt we had a gem of a person as the head of our organization. He understood all our problems and tried to solve even too. Of course, he will also always be remembered for the everyday things, such as his good management skills, trustworthiness and sense of humour. A moral support was always in his hands to share with all of us. Though he is getting departed from us, we request him to assist us with his good guidance, being away from us, as and when we required, on any matter within his busy schedule.

Apart from official matters, I found him helpful personally with his kind the gentleness. I thank him personally and on behalf of all the staff of this organization and request him to share with us some of his views at this moment. Thank you again, for all the support, guidance, help, freedom, appreciation and opportunities you provided for my growth both professionally and personally. While he has put in place some of the most absolutely amazing ideas that will stay after he leaves, it will be quite the challenge to find someone to fill in his shoes. Thank you Mr Jamal for all those...
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