‘Family was on the way to Kiwi mosque’

At a loss: Dr Rumihati’s (inset) sisters (from left) Taisah, Jeidah and Zaiton with an unnamed relative (right) at their home in Kampung Ulu Putatan. —Bernama

KOTA KINABALU: Avid travel couple Adanan@Adnan Jeman and Dr Rumihati Abd Hamid had been looking forward to their vacation in New Zealand with their three daughters earlier this month.

Their main itinerary, according to their family members, was to visit a mosque in Christchurch which was attacked by terrorists.

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