Stateless man from Sabah finally granted citizenship


KUALA LUMPUR: For the last 11 years, Wong Kueng Hui (pic), a stateless man, lived in fear of being arrested by the authorities, until the Kuala Lumpur High Court granted him a Malaysian citizenship yesterday.

Wong, 24, was born to a Sarawakian father and mother, believed to be an Indonesian, in Keningau Hospital in Sabah.

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