Finance Ministry: '7 berita baik' viral video is fake

KUALA LUMPUR: The Finance Ministry, in a statement on Wednesday (March 29), denied the authenticity of the video titled "7 Berita Baik Untuk Rakyat Malaysia 1 Jan 2023”, that has gone as viral on social media.

The ministry stressed that there was no announcement made on the seven matters contained in the video.

Members of the public are advised not to spread information that is not true with the intention of causing anxiety in the community.

Instead, they should refer to official sources to obtain accurate and authentic information.- Bernama

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