Johor floods: We will continue to monitor situation and ensure victims get enough food, says Dr Wee


PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong is on the ground checking on flood victims in another four temporary relief centres in Johor on Thursday (March 2).

In a TikTok video, the Ayer Hitam MP said he would continue monitoring the situation the best he could and make sure flood victims received adequate food.

"I will give my best to all of those affected by the flood," he said.

As of this Friday afternoon, Johor recorded 32,000 flood victims, with Segamat being the worst-hit.

A total of 36,000 flood victims in four states are currently being housed in 260 relief centres nationwide.

@drweekasiong 4 lagi PPS di Parlimen Ayer Hitam yang saya lawati semalam, 2 Mac 2023. Saya akan terus memantau perkembangan dari semasa ke semasa. Apa yang penting, saya mahu bekalan barangan keperluan kepada mangsa sentiasa mencukupi dan sedaya upaya memberikan yang terbaik kepada semua mangsa banjir. #P148AyerHitam #WeeCare #fyp #prayforJohor ♬ Background Music(815729) - Pavel

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