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  • Sunday, 10 Mar 2019

Dr Wan Azizah speaks to Faridah during the launch of Yayasan Petronas while Ahmad Nizam (left) looks on. -AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

NOBODY would have guessed the tenacious spirit behind the modest and unassuming woman who is known for her delicious Nasi Khaumok (a Thai version of nasi beriani) hails from Kuala Nerus, Terengganu,

Faridah Ibrahim, 53, more popularly known as Che Dah, managed to raise her average daily sales of RM200 to RM700. She is a success story of the Petronas Planting Tomorrow Programme.

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