On early Sunday morning 12th of February 2012, Sayeed Amar al-Hakeem, the head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, arrived to Mosul province (north of Iraq) as he was welcomed by Ethel al-Nujaifi, the Province governor along with some of the security leaders, sheikhs and elders. 
Al-Hakeem met during the trip with few members of province of Nineveh’s City Council, as they discussed during the meeting, the political and service issues to the people of Nineveh province. 
Ethel al-Nujaifi, the governor of Nineveh praised the national role of Sayeed Amar al-Hakeem in convergence of views among the various political blocs, praising the significant role in following up the citizens’ issues and concerns through his field visits Iraq wide.
AL-Nijaifi indicated that this interest and National action is up to the historical depth that is characteristic of Al-Hakeem family and their known struggle in serving the crucial issues for all Iraqis. 
Al-Hakeem’s visit to Mosul is taking place to the province in meeting all Iraqi people’s contents, religious and national components in the province, in order to demonstrate the unity of the Iraqis, and strengthen this national unity among all Iraqis. 
To be mentioned that al-Hakeem had visited the province of Dhi Qar, to sponsor a mass wedding ceremony for 500 young men and women before his latest visit to Mosul.