From Mat Rempit to being an offshore rig worker


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  • Wednesday, 07 Jan 2015

Youth power: Rosmah posing for a group photograph with the successful participants of the Kem Perkasa programme at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in Bangi.

BANGI: When he was a teenager, Mohd Ikhwan Iskandar would spend his nights racing bikes on the highways and his days loitering in shopping malls.

Now 23, he is a new man of sorts especially after signing up for Kem Perkasa, an intervention programme for the so-called Mat Rempit.

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