Seremban set to soar with city status

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Mohamad (on PM’s right) heading out of the building after launching the Negeri Sembilan UTC in Ampangan near Seremban, in 2017.

AFTER a wait of almost a decade, Seremban is all set to officially join the ranks of most Malaysian state capitals to be accorded city status.

In recent years, this town once known as Sungei Ujong has experienced rapid development and seen a spike in population as more people opt to move south of Kuala Lumpur to acquire cheaper landed properties.

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