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Paralysed victim receives donation

15th May, 2017


SANDAKAN: The suffering of Brevino Abel from Kampung Babagon, Penampang who was bedridden after he was involved in an accident on his way to school in 2015, receives the attention of Takad Nabalu Association President Datuk James Ratib.

A contribution worth RM2000 provided by the welfare bureau of the association was presented by Captain Andrew Liew to help ease the financial burden on Brevino’s family.

Andrew, in representing the president, was joined by several of the association’s committee members, Clarence Runggi, Alexander Yong, Jenddy Sanggau, Jackson Jaimi, Fabian William, Gary J. Dion, and Abdullah Jimon.

It was understood that Brevino suffers full body paralysis and cannot continue his education since 2015.

Brevino’s father, Abel said he was worried for Brevino’s future, adding that the family did not receive any form of aid to cover his medical cost and other expenses.

Working in the village with no fixed income, Abel admitted it was hard for him to buy milk formulas, disposable adult diapers and medicines which could reach RM500 a month.

He and his wife have to take turns taking care of Brevino because he cannot be left alone in the house. They are also assisted by their other children.

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