Sabah's Kg Podos villagers happy to get water straight from home

  • Nation
  • Friday, 01 Nov 2019

Datuk Fu Ah Kiow (second from left) and Datuk Muguntan Vanar (third from left) turning on a water tap at Kampung Podos, Kota Belud on Thursday (Oct 31) evening.

KOTA BELUD: Minah Sogindol is used to seeing nothing or just drips of water coming out of the tap in her house when she turns it on.

As a result, for a long time, she and some 1,000 villagers in Kampung Podos depended on the water from a stream nearby.

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