The Lovin Cairo Show: Ring Road Accident – Shenawy Out Of AFCON
Tune in to the latest episode of The Lovin Cairo Show for a captivating discussion on today’s most intriguing headlines. Today’s top stories are a massive accident on Ring Road and Mohamed El Shenawy being out of the AFCON. Other headlines also include Egyptian Tourism Companies’ replies to stopping Umrah and “Anf W Thalat Oyoun” movie updates.
Cars Collapsed in a Horrific Accident on the Mariouteya Axis
A trailer truck loaded with construction materials collided with eight cars on Tuesday, the 23rd of January. The accident happened on the Ring Road in the Mariouteya axis in the direction of Al-Remaya in Giza. Resultantly, this led to the overturning of a car, a microbus, and two cars falling from the top of the bridge.
According to preliminary investigations, the steering wheel became loose in the hand of the trailer driver. The driver is called “Helal,” 33 years old and originally from Sohag governorat. He stated that he was unable to estimate the distances between cars on the road, leading to collisions with the cars.
Mohamed El Shenawy is out of the AFCON!
A new shock hit the Egyptian National Team. The Egyptian Football Association announced that Mohamed El-Shenawy is ruled out of AFCON. This happened after suffering from a dislocated shoulder injury during his match against Cape Verde. Additionally, the EFA explained that he would be transferred to Germany to receive medical treatment.
‘Egyptian Tourism Companies Replied to ‘Stopping Umrah
News has been circulating in some local newspapers and websites that Umrah trips would be halted in February. However, the Egyptian Chamber of Travel and Tourism Companies and Agencies denied the news.
“Anf W Thalat Oyoun” Hit Theatres on Jan. 31
Egyptian classic film, “Anf W Thalat Oyoun,” is being recreated! Not only that, the movie is expected to release on January 31 in all Egyptian cinemas. Directed by Amir Ramses and written by Wael Hamdy based on the novel by the great writer Ihsan Abdel Quddous.
The film stars Dhafer El Abidine, Saba Mubarak, and Salma Abu Deif. In addition to a number of stars such as Jihan Al-Shamasherji, Sedqi Sakhr, Salwa Muhammad Ali, Nabil Maher, Nour Mahmoud, the child Salim Mustafa. There will also be a special appearance by the star Amina Khalil as the film’s guest of honor.
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