2019 | Quarter 2

MMC Group Embraces the Spirit of

Giving and Sharing with Local Communities

in Sikamat, Negeri Sembilan

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MMM Group, in the spirit of Ramadan, feted about 1,000 guests at Masjid Dato’ Klana Petra Lela Mohd Yusof, Sikamat, Negeri Sembilan on 16 May 2019.

“We are truly delighted to see local residents come together for buka puasa and prayers, reflecting on the significance of fasting and celebrating the camaraderie as we look forward to the upcoming Aidilfitri festivity,” said YAB Dato’ Seri Haji Aminuddin Haji Harun, Chief Minister of Negeri Sembilan who played host for the event.

The event was made more meaningful by the presence of YB Anthony Loke, Member of Parliament for Seremban and Minister of Transport together with YB Dato’ Zulkefly Mohamad Omar, Yang Dipertua Dewan Undangan Negeri as well as the Negeri Sembilan State Executive Council members consisting YB Nicole Tan Lee Koon, Women Affairs and Welfare; YB Dr Mohamad Rafie Ab Malek, Investment, Industrialisation, Entrepreneurship, Education and Human Resource and YB Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani, Youth and Sports Development. YBhg Dato’ Sri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh, our Group Managing Director accompanied by En Mohd Shahar Yope, Group Chief Financial Officer were present at the event to receive the guests.

Under the MMC Prihatin Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative, 200 underprivileged members from the local community comprising single mothers, senior citizens, orphans and the disabled received food packages and essential staples including rice, sugar, flour, canned food, packets of spices to help them prepare for the upcoming festive celebration.

Since its introduction in 2017, MMC Prihatin has joined the stable of MMC Group’s signature community programmes designed and implemented to reach out and benefit the less privileged groups.

The modest yet meaningful occasion ended with a moreh - supper after performing Tarawih prayers.