Sabah passes bill to fund students' tertiary education | New Straits Times

#NSTnation The #Sabah state legislative assembly today passed a #bill to amend the Government Trust Funds Enactment 1964 and establish the #SabahStateEducationTrustFund, aimed at helping #students further their #education.

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9/12/2021 1:16:00 PM

NSTnation The Sabah state legislative assembly today passed a bill to amend the Government Trust Fund s Enactment 1964 and establish the Sabah StateEducationTrust Fund , aimed at helping students further their education.

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah state legislative assembly today passed a bill to amend the Government Trust Fund s Enactment 1964 and establish the Sabah State Education Trust Fund , aimed at helping students further their education.

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