SUPP to advise Dayak families to send young ones for classes


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  • Tuesday, 04 Jul 2017

Ting (in yellow shirt) with folk of Kampung Pujut in Miri for the Gawai ‘ngiling tikai’ ceremony. — Stephen Then/The Star

MIRI: There are still families in Miri city, particularly those living in squatter colonies, who do not send their children to school.

This was an issue that Sarawak United Peoples Party (SUPP) wanted to deal with comprehensively through gentle persuasion rather than apply pressure.

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