Literally going the extra mile


PETALING JAYA: When the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country, the first thing that came to Muhammad Nazmi Rosli’s mind was the welfare of his students.

The English and Arts teacher from Sarawak was worried that his students, especially those in rural areas, might lag behind in their studies due to weak or no Internet connectivity.

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