Brighter future for needy students


By D. RAJRJ DEVAN
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  • Friday, 01 May 2020

‘These students were not picked for being high achievers. These are just children of B40 families who are willing to work hard, ’ said Ibrahim.



DATUK Dr Ibrahim Hussein is a seasoned veteran. The man has a PhD in mechanical engineering, has been a power plant engineer and a lecturer, helped set up Universiti Tenaga Nasional (Uniten) and was its deputy vice-chancellor for 13 years.

He has seen thousands of students.

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