MBPJ reaches out to poor families


Mohd Sayuthi (second from right) presenting groceries to Nazilah at her home in Section 3, Petaling Jaya. With them are (from left) PJ councillor Ermeemarianna Saadon, PJ deputy mayor Johary Annuar, Datin Zuraida Dahari and Burhan (right).

LATE detection of diabetes caused Nazilah Ahmad, 54, to lose both her legs.

Since then, the former TV producer spends her time at home accompanied by her pets.

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