The recent news of Egypt’s political turmoil has dismayed and distressed us all here at QNet and The V. We worry about the safety of everyone there, and hope that the situation will resolve itself soon. Here we have a message from VP Adly, who talks about the situation at hand as well as the status of the Pathfinders Conference, which was set to start in Cairo, Egypt this week.
“Warmest greetings from Cairo!
First of all, I would like to extend my sincerest gratitude to everyone who has contributed so much of their time and efforts in support of the Pathfinders Convention which was scheduled to happen on 3 February 2011. As you all know by now, Egypt has very recently fallen prey to the political tsunami that is said to be sweeping through the Middle East region and it is with a heavy heart that I have decided to cancel the Pathfinders Convention despite the losses we have inadvertently incurred in the process.
As we often tell our hard working leaders on the ground, not everyone can withstand what we go through in our pursuit of financial freedom and this is clearly one of those moments. Unfortunately, this is a political issue that we can only do so little about. Frustrated and disheartened as I am, especially because Egypt has been one of our strongest markets for some time now, I am still confident that we can regain the market soon as the political dust has settled.
In the meantime, I humbly seek your support by way of prayers for the safety and quick recovery of our leaders in Egypt. They are suffering as we speak and will continue to do so until the political crisis is resolved. If you can, please send your messages of hope and care for them through SMS, email or the social sites even. Now, more than ever, we need to show them that we are here to help them not only to get back on the track but also to guide them in their business so that eventually, they may flourish.
In the next months, things will appear to be uncertain in Egypt but it’s only a matter of time before we see some encouraging developments. Meanwhile, let’s all stay strong, focused, and positive.
Yours In Service,
Adly Hassan Hamed