Christian alliance against drugs

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  • Sunday, 30 Mar 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: Working as a personal investor back in the late 1980s, Samuel Wong was doing well financially and was able to support his addiction to drugs. 

An addict since his schooldays, Wong had been sent by his parents to a private rehabilitation centre when he was a teenager but he could not stay off the heroin and ganja he was taking. 

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