…Glasgow’s Kelvin River water flow, Bahrain Pharmacy business and desalination… unlikely links?…

Seumas remembers…

Seumas Gallacher

…I never cease to be amazed at the wonderful ‘coincidences’ that march across our lives… my separate personaeof businessman and writer/author/blogger sometimes get together to produce ‘Wow!’ moments… yesterday delivered one such confluence… I met with a fine Bahraini gentleman, Dr. Abdulmajeed Ali Alawadhi, who is a Board Member and Chief Executive Officer of a prominent local group, Bahrain Pharmacy… my purpose was to interview him about some other business relationship in Bahrain… but our conversation soon turned to his early days in the 1970s, when he was studying for his Masters Degree in my own home city of Glasgow… many young men and women from the Middle East over the years have chosen Scotland as their preferred destination for higher learning… Abdulmajeed pursued his degree in Mechanical Engineering, and rejoiced under the tutelage and guidance of one of science’s unsung heroes – Professor R.S.Silver… Professor…

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