Top cop visits orphans
By:Allan Jay
Date:
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PADAWAN: A delegation from the Sarawak Police Contingent Headquarters (IPK) led by acting Sarawak Police Commissioner Datuk Mancha Ata paid a welfare visit on Friday to the children whose parents died of electrocution in Cameron Highlands last month.

Accompanying Mancha during the visit was his wife, Datin Jennita William who is acting Sarawak Police Family Association (PERKEP) chairwoman.

During the visit, Mancha and his wife had the opportunity to socialise with the three siblings, Elisa Olivia (10), Joseph Rayyan (8) and Magdalena (2) at their home in Kampung Sungai Tapang, Padawan.

They also presented welfare contributions in the form of cash and other basic necessities to the children.

The siblings are now being looked after by their uncle, Sergeant Boss Kinchon, a policeman who is attached to the Kuching police headquarters (IPD).

Following that, Mancha and his wife paid a visit to Sergeant Grete Nanang and presented some contributions to him at his home in Puncak Borneo.

Grete, who is attached to the Kuching central police station, is currently on sick leave due to a stroke.

Also present during the visits were Sarawak Criminal Investigation Department (CID) chief SAC Lukas Aket and wife Lilin Gindip, who is the Sarawak PERKEP social bureau head, Sarawak IPK administration superintendent James Jonathan and other police personnel and member from Padawan IPD and Sarawak PERKEP.

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