LIMBANG: Sarawakians are fortunate because the Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS)-led government is concerned about the customs and cultures of all ethnic groups in the state.
According to a news report from the Sarawak Public Communications Unit (UKAS), Deputy Minister of Infrastructure and Port Development II Datuk Majang Renggi noted that in this context, a culture of partnership and consensus was demonstrated and practiced to ensure stability and mutual harmony.
He remarked this after recently officiating at the closing ceremony of the Gawai Dayak Tamu Medamit Bazaar 2022.
During the event, he described it as one of the state’s uniqueness of people of various races and much anticipated by the local community.
He also said that it is similar to other festivals and serves as a platform to strengthen unity between communities of diverse races and beliefs.
During the event, Majang presented RM15,000 in minor rural project (MRP) fund to the Tamu Medamit committee members.