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Labuan Police Mount Roadblocks At COVID-19 High-Risk Areas

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LABUAN, Nov 6 — Labuan police have mounted roadblocks at two High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)-sanctioned settlements of Kg Muslim and Kiamsam, and at the COVID-19 Tenaga Cluster entry points beginning today.

Labuan police chief, Supt. Muhamad Farid Ahmad said the two settlements, heavily populated by foreign nationals, were classified as COVID-19 high-risk areas, while a cluster with increasing cases had already occurred at Jalan Tenaga.

“As the three densely-populated areas are not placed under the Enhanced Movement Control Order (EMCO), we are of the view that roadblocks at the entry/exit points of the two settlements and kongsi rented houses at Jalan Tenaga are needed due to the possible risk of COVID-19 spreading to the local community.

“The roadblocks will only be operational from 6 am to 8 pm.

“We feel the need to control the inflow and outflow of people in these areas especially those undergoing home quarantine, as the Titian Cluster of Kg Muslim and Tenaga Cluster has recorded a gradual increase in COVID-19 cases the past few days,” he told reporters here today.

The federal territory of Labuan was placed under the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) from Oct 17 to 30 and extended until Nov 13, following the spike in COVID-19 cases.

“These three roadblocks are in addition to the existing two roadblocks at the main roads of Jalan Tun Mustapha and Patau-Patau that we set up from the start of the CMCO,” Muhamad Farid said.

Sources: BERNAMA

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“My Family And I Are Tested With COVID-19 Virus, 31 of My Family Members Are Infected ..,” – Azizan Osman

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Motivation Expert, Datuk Azizan Osman today has confirmed that he was infected with the COVID-19 epidemic after in close contact with a patient on the 7th of January.

Through an update on his social media page, he said that 31 other members of his family were also infected. What is also sad is that his mother-in-law died due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sharing further, Azizan described the incident that befell him as something very heavy and painful to bear.

“COVID-19 almost took my life! (At) 1.44 pm, Friday 15 January – I was almost dead! My breath is tight! The doctor said my chances were slim! But something happened that proved the power of Allah SWT.

“My family and I were tested for the COVID-19 virus. (A total of) 31 members of my family were infected with COVID-19 and my mother-in-law has passed away. It is not easy for me to share how sad, painful, and horrible it was at that time. But it is very important for me to share as a mentor, I want you to know this process, “he said in the entry, on Thursday.

Azizan, who is also the founder of RichWorks International, added that he almost shed tears when sharing this, but the support of family members and friends made him more resilient. “That is the decisive moment to go or stay… you can not breathe, you can not pull, you can not breathe just use the machine to continue to survive and fight with the brain, emotions, and self.

“You want to live? Do you want to fight? That is the time… And God willing, this is the time for me to fix everything. This second opportunity is not just for fun.

“I believe there is a reason for God for this opportunity for me to do everything better, and be a better mentor,” he added. At the same time, Azizan described the COVID-19 pandemic, not only has affected the lives of many people in continuing their survival but also affected it. “A mother who steals medicine for her children, some are looking for sustenance in the garbage.

“The government is looking for a total lockdown that will have an impact on the jobs of many people and businesses. Emotional stress and more in the current news. This is all enough to affect me how I have not helped my nation to succeed,” he said. It is understood that Azizan has now recovered from the epidemic.

Sources: Instagram Dr. Azizan Osman.

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“Yes, My Shareholding Is Small. It Is Impossible…” – ‘Boss Susu’, Azmi Zainal

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Recently, the chief operations officer of Farm Fresh, Azmi Zainal, became the talk of Malaysians after a topic that linked him to a local dairy company went viral on social media.

After realizing the matter went viral, Azmi came forward to give a statement on the matter through a post on his Facebook page this morning.

Recently, the owner of Fram Fresh, Azmi Zainal, became the talk of Malaysians after a topic that linked him to a local dairy company went viral on social media.

After realizing the matter went viral, Azmi came forward to give a statement on the matter through a post on his Facebook page this morning.

“Yes, my shareholding is small. It is impossible for a person who is already down in business and trading in the night market to have a lot of money to own a large stock. Investment in the dairy industry is hundreds of millions.

“After 11 years, the value of the company has multiplied due to our hard work. Alhamdulillah, the value of the small share has become a million,” explained Azmi who is also called Boss Susu.

Although his shareholding is not large in the enterprise, Azmi however explained that his biggest success was to create jobs and business opportunities for Malaysians.

Throughout his involvement with the dairy company, Azmi explained that they have created hundreds of job and business opportunities, especially for the rural people.

“Not only as an operator or herdsman, we managed to raise many rural children in Muadzam Shah to become professional laborers. We train and educate them, ”he explained.

“Alhamdulillah, they are getting better and more committed to developing their company and place of birth. And 80% of them are Muslim Malay … my nation, and not Australia.

“I am proud to be able to talk to my children when we meet and how their father is trying to increase the income of the B40 group.

I also thank those who continue to support me and the Farm Fresh company … only Allah can repay your kindness,” he added.

Source: Azmi Zainal

 

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M. Nasir’s Father Passed Away At The Age Of 96 In Singapore

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Famous singer, Datuk M. Nasir has recently lost his father, Mohamed Sam who breathed his last breath in Singapore around 7.30 this morning. Allahyarham Hj Mohamed Bin Sam passed away at the age of 96 due to old age at his residence.

The sad news was confirmed by M. Nasir’s wife, Datin Marlia Musa, through a post on Instagram.

“Our beloved father Hj Mohamed Bin Sam has returned to Rahmahtullah this morning .. May Allah shower His mercy ..,” said Datin Marlia Musa.

Through the same post, it is seen that many Malaysians are also sad and offer their condolences regarding the sad news.

May the soul of Allahyarham be showered with blessings and placed among the believers. Al Fatihah

 

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A post shared by Marlia Musa (@cik_mmusa)

Sources: Instagram Marlia Musa.

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