TNB’s Mesra Rakyat Project goes out in a big way to fix homes for the needy


Brightening up lives: Lau and wife Khuah cleaning up the yard in front of their newly-renovated house, all thanks to Tenaga Nasional Berhad.

KUALA LUMPUR: The offer from Tenaga Nasional to renovate his house sounded too good to be true.

“I was sceptical at first. I thought it was a scam,” said Lau Swee Leong, 57, who has been unemployed for the past six months.

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