Sabah is still lagging behind

16/4/2022 4:00:00 PM

From CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS PLATFORM FOR REFORM

Letters, Road

'The Federal Government must intervene in road and infrastructure development in Sabah , especially school accessibility in rural areas.' - Civil Society Organisations Platform for Reform ( Sabah Chapter)

From CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS PLATFORM FOR REFORM

Dedicated: SK Pangaraan teachers stopping to break fast along the road to the school. — ZAZILA ROSLAN/FacebookTHE Civil Society Organisations Platform for Reform (CSO Platform for Reform) Sabah Chapter views with grave concern the lack of access to SK Pangaraan, Nabawan, Sabah.

A Facebook post by Zazila Roslan went viral recently, telling of how a lack of vehicular access to the school forced teachers and staff to endure an 18-hour walk to provide education to the pupils.

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— ZAZILA ROSLAN/Facebook THE Civil Society Organisations Platform for Reform (CSO Platform for Reform) Sabah Chapter views with grave concern the lack of access to SK Pangaraan, Nabawan, Sabah. A Facebook post by Zazila Roslan went viral recently, telling of how a lack of vehicular access to the school forced teachers and staff to endure an 18-hour walk to provide education to the pupils. Parti Warisan Sabah deputy president Datuk Darell Leiking said that while the latest deal is decent, it is still short of honouring the Malaysian Agreement 1963. {{item.header}} . The 40 per cent net revenue must eventually be returned — that's the constitutional formula,” he told Malay Mail .