PM commits residency for George Fulton
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz on Tuesday committed residency for George Fulton, a British national who appeared in Geo TV production George Ka Pakistan.
The TV programme ran for three months during which George was shown trying to adopt Pakistani culture in an attempt to become a Pakistani.
The prime minister made the announcement as a goodwill gesture at a meeting with George who called on him at Prime Minister’s House.
The prime minister praised George for his love and affection for Pakistani people and culture and announced the result of an opinion poll asking people to vote if George had succeeded in becoming a Pakistani. More than 60 percent people voted in George’s favour, 28 percent against him. The prime minister congratulated George on becoming a Pakistani citizen. George thanked Pakistanis who voted in his favour and said he would try to become a true Pakistani.
George was born in England on November 10, 1977. He has produced and directed several plays at Uppingham, including Noises Off, Royal Hunt of the Sun and Tom Kempinski’s Duet for One.
The last of the above mentioned plays was shown in the Edinburgh Festival where it got five-star reviews by The Guardian and Scotsman newspapers and was also nominated for Fringe First Award.