Nasir puts to rest fears of Games Village not being ready on time


Tips from the top: SEA Games deputy chefs-de-mission Shalin Zulkifli (right) and Sharon Wee speaking to the national volleyball team players. — S.S. KANESAN / The Star

SHAH ALAM: Don’t worry as the Games Village in Phnom Penh will be ready on time.

This is the assurance given by the Malaysian SEA Games chef de mission Datuk Nasir Ali as he allayed fears that the completion of the Games Village could be delayed.

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