MUKAH: Newly elected Tellian assemblyman Royston Valentine is optimistic that ongoing and yet to be implemented Rural Transformation Projects (RTP) projects have good quality and bring useful impact on the constituents.
He had attended a briefing on RTP projects in Tellian constituency at Menara Pehin Setia Raja here on Tuesday (Jan 11).
The briefing was part of his responsibilities as a successor to former Tellian assemblyman Yussibnosh Balo.
It was chaired by acting deputy Mukah Division Resident Shafrie Saili and attended by the project’s implementing agencies.
Royston said the briefing focused on the implementation of RTP since 2018 until this year.
“I thank all the agencies involved for their commitment in implementing the projects,” he said on Wednesday (Jan 12).
Royston, 36, a youth activist, hoped to have continuous cooperation from the agencies, in providing the necessary service for the benefits of the people while ensuring that the specified objectives would be achieved too.
A representative from Mukah Parliament Service Centre, Almahakim Norshidi and acting Mukah district officer Peleadzman Ahip also attended the briefing.
It was co-ordinated by Mukah Division Resident Office, Mukah District Office, Dalat District Office, as well as the technical sections from the divisional Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID), Public Works Department (JKR), Land and Survey Department, and Dalat and Mukah District Council (MDDM).