Return flood-prone land, firms told


Sabah Wildlife Department Director Datuk Dr Laurentius Ambu. (picture for story slug kkmgajah)

KOTA KINABALU: Over 15,000ha of flood-prone plantation land within Sabah’s Lower Kinabatangan wetlands area should be handed back to the state for conservation, said Sabah Wildlife Department director Datuk Dr Laurentius Ambu (pic).

He said the land located along the Kinabatangan River and its tributa­ries would best be conserved because it was unsuitable for cultivation.

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