Boy goes to court to get citizenship


KUALA LUMPUR: An eight-year-old boy is applying to the Govern­ment to get his citizenship through his dead adoptive father’s firm partner.

Yu Sheng Meng had originally filed his court papers through his adoptive father Yu Meng Queng, 62, who died last month of leukaemia.

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