Frontliners receive contributions of appreciation

Winnie Dian (third left), DSP Jame Reis (fifth left), Calvin Ligong (sixth left), Eugene John Sikie (eight left) and others during the handing over of the contributions.

SELANGAU: Kakus Service Centre has handed over contributions to the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) frontliners at Tatau police district headquarters on Wednesday (May 12).

The contributions of dry food, two units of fan, roadblock signage and two canopies were given as a sign of appreciation towards the frontliners involved in manning the roadblocks as part of the efforts to combat the spread of Covid-19.

The service centre, represented by Eugene John Sikie handed over the contributions to Tatau district police chief DSP Jame Reis and was witnessed by Tatau acting district officer Calvin Ligong.

During the event, Calvin on behalf of the Tatau Division Disaster Management Committee also presented contributions of dry food and mineral water to the frontliners.

Also present was Tatau District Office administrative officer Winnie Dian.