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MyFundAction Sabah distributes aid to asnaf in Lahad Datu

30th December, 2020

LAHAD DATU: MyFundAction Sabah on Tuesday distributed the Kotak Rezeki Ummat aid to asnaf (eligible tithe recipients) in Pulau Sakar and Kampung Bumiputera near here.

Humanitarian Trio Mission programme director, Razlan A. Ramsah, in a statement said a total of 100 boxes containing basic necessities such as rice, cooking oil, flour, sugar, salt, soy sauce and eggs were distributed to the asnaf in the two villages.

“A total of 45 volunteers aged 17 to 25 who called themselves Youth of Strength and Happiness or YOSH from Tawau, Sandakan and Lahad Datu participated in this mission and they were divided into two groups,” he said.

Razlan said the distribution of the aid also marked the end of the humanitarian mission which has been carried out by the non-governmental organisation since the Movement Control Order (MCO) came into force in March.

He said the mission would continue to be carried out next year with a target of 500 packs of Rezeki Ummat aid to be channelled to the needy every month.

   
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