Sikuati to benefit from silica processing plant, says Sabah Deputy CM


KOTA KINABALU: The small town of Sikuati is set to benefit from a plant to process silica sand, slated to start development in May this year.

The plant, which was part of an initial investment of RM2bil from a Chinese company, was expected to provide employment opportunities to the people in Sabah, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Dr Joachim Gunsalam.

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