Widow to use aid to expand husband’s fried chicken business

Noradilah (holding baby) seen here with her six children plans to start an online business selling fried chicken.

JOHOR BARU: The widow of one of the first casualties of Covid-19 in Johor is gearing up to continue their business after receiving some startup aid from non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Noradilah Rani, 33, whose husband died in March after contracting Covid-19 from the tabligh event at the Seri Petaling mosque, was recently given the necessary equipment to run her online business.

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