Sabah village folk finally get tap water

Thumbs up: Fu (third from right) and Muguntan (Back row, third from left) with villagers at the catchment site near Kampung Podos.

KOTA BELUD: Minah Sogindol is used to seeing only drips of water, or nothing at all, coming out of the pipe in her house when she turns on the tap.

As a result, she and a thousand residents of Kampung Podos here, depended on a nearby stream for years.

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