Department gets credit for services
By:Nura V Lorna
Date:
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MIRI: The Rural Water Supply Department (JBALB) has been credited with giving the best service to the community here.

Women, Early Childhood and Community Well-being Development Deputy Minister Datuk Rosey Yunus said the department had addressed some water supply issues, especially during the last Movement Control Order (MCO) to ensure the community has water supply,” she said.

She said this at a JBALB dinner and appreciation ceremony at a local hotel here last night.

As reported by UKAS (Sarawak Public Communications Unit), Rosey also officiated at the handing over of certificates of appreciation to pensioners, industry trainees, and medals to a dart team and representative of the JBALB Ten Pin Bowling.

Also present were Sibuti Member of Parliament Lukanisman Awang Sauni, JBALB Deputy Operations Director Ahmad Selihin Che Said, JBALB Deputy Director of Management Juliana Ho and Water Engineer Fadil Kawi.

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