Formerly stateless girls ace SPM despite issues


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  • Friday, 29 Mar 2019

Zuraida hugs Rosiah after her approval for Malaysian citizenship.

PUTRAJAYA: While a bright student in Klang got her citizenship after an almost six-year wait, a straight As girl in Ipoh is running against time to secure hers so that she can apply to study in a public university.

Newly minted Malaysian citizen Roisah Abdullah, 22, said no children should have to endure her plight.

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