Yeoh: Without the numbers, it will be hard to get enough funding for OKU community


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  • Saturday, 13 Oct 2018

Meeting the people: Yeoh shaking hands with an attendee after the awards ceremony. Looking on is Cheah (left).

PETALING JAYA: The low number of registered disabled persons (OKU) will affect the allocations given to this community.

Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh said without the numbers, it would be hard for her ministry to obtain enough allocations in the upcoming Budget 2019 for them.

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