Platform to ensure unity remains unbroken

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DARO: The establishment of the Malaysian Family Community is a platform for the government’s efforts in ensuring that the country’s long-established unity is always intact, said Igan MP Ahmad Johnie Zawawie.

Speaking at the opening ceremony of the Current Issues Briefing Programme and the P207 Igan Malaysian Family Community Gawai Raya Hospitality Ceremony, he was confident that it would be a solid foundation for maintaining stability, peace and prosperity in the country.

“I applaud and congratulate the establishment and appointment of members of the Malaysian Family Community in Matu and Daro districts.
“Together these will help to develop and strengthen the capacity and competitiveness of our local communities in Matu and Daro districts in the socio-economic field in line with digital development,” he said.

The programme, jointly organised by the Matu and Daro District Information Department (JaPen), was held at the Daro District Mosque involving 120 members of the Malaysian Family Community in the two districts.

“This is the concept of the establishment of the Malaysian Family Community and it is not a beginning but an extra boost for us to build unity,” he explained.

Ahmad Johnie also praised the initiative of JaPen Matu and Daro for organising the programme. This is because it not only inculcates the values ​​of the Malaysian Family, but also allows the government to receive and provide information on policies and efforts to build national progress.

Among the contents of the one-day programme included briefings on issues presented by speakers from the Sibu District Information Department and the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) Daro.

Also present at the event were Daro District Officer Bujang Rahman Seli, Daro District Information Officer Khalid Aini, Pemanca Lau Oi Phen of Daro, department heads and community leaders from nearby areas.

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