Kpl Razkan’s death still too much to bear for mum


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  • Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015

Immense loss: Bukit Aman PDRM Pension Unit Chief ASP Suraya Ng talking with Kpl Razkan’s wife Setinurafeni Andu during her visit to their home in Kampung Saradan as mother Sabarah Jili (right) and children Nur Aqilah Darwisya, and Ahmad Qais look on. — NORMIMIE DIUN / The Star

KOTA KINABALU: Many days after the death of her son in a helicopter crash, Sabarah Jili is still unable to cope with the tragedy and weeps every time she thinks of him.

The 69-year-old mother of five was continuously wiping away her tears as police and government representatives visited her home in Kampung Saradan in Tenghilan, some 50km from the state capital, to hand over pension funds and donations to the family yesterday.

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