Pastor Koh told volunteers not to talk about religion, wife tells inquiry

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  • Friday, 20 Oct 2017

Raymond Koh.

KUALA LUMPUR: The wife of Pastor Raymond Koh claimed that her husband did not allow the preaching of religion to the marginalised communities that he was helping.   

Susanna Liew, 61, told an inquiry on Friday (Oct 20) that Koh had told volunteers of a non-profit organisation he founded not to talk about religion.  

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