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16 Mobile CTC programmes successfully conducted last year

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Masiung (third right) presents a BR1M voucher to a local resident of Tongod at the Mobile CTC event.

21st March, 2017

By ROZZALIN HASHIM

SANDAKAN: A total of 16 Mobile Community Transformation Centre (Mobile CTC) programmes were successfully conducted last year with eight organised by the Sabah Malaysia Treasury with co-operation from the district offices.

Last Saturday, the programme was held in the remote town of Tongod with more than 25 state and federal departments and agencies taking part for the benefit of local communities.

For an entire day, the rural communities in Tongod were able to take advantage of key government services such as the registration of births and other welfare assistance.

“It has always been the government’s intention to bring public services closer to the rural communities by going down to the ground to listen to their needs,” said Kuamut assemblyman, Datuk Masiung Banah who is also the Assistant Minister of Youth and Sports.

He was speaking when officiating at the Mobile CTC event.

There was also a presentation of the 1Malaysia People’s Assistance (BR1M) to people of Tongod.

Also present were Tongod District Officer Robert Stidi who was also the co-organising chairman of the programme, the Sabah Federal Deputy Finance Officer, Khairul Aminus Kamaruddin and Sabah Director of the Department of National Registration, Dato’ Ismail Ahmad.

   
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