Heart Problem Babies: Government to help father get better income

SEREMBAN, The government will help find a suitable job for a father of two baby daughters with heart problems as viraled on the social media several days ago, to ensure the family has a better life.

State Youth and Sports Development Action Committee chairman Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani said, currently, Mohamad Azroy Ali, 25, earned RM50 daily working as an assistant at a night market.

”If he cannot get a job in the public sector, we will help him under the Negeri Sembilan Entrepreneurs Development Fund (NSEDF) as he is keen to venture into business,” he said.

He said this to reporters after spending about an hour with the family of Mohamad Azroy at a rented house in Bandar Seremban Selatan, Sungai Gadut near here, today.

Also present was the State Women, Family and Welfare Committee chairman Nicole Tan Lee Koon and the State Social Welfare Department director Mohamad Hapil.

Commenting further, Taufek, who is also the Paroi State Assemblyman, said the state government would also try to help in terms of payments of bills and house rent.

Meanwhile, Tan said the committee planned to provide a platform to enable the mother to work at home, as she had to look after the two babies, to supplement their income.

”In addition, the Social Welfare Department will raise the child aid to RM300 from RM200 from next month,” she said.

The mother of the critically ill babies, Farah Idayu Mohd Shah, 29, was overwhelmed and thankful to the government and public who were concerned and extended assistance to her family.

On Monday, the story of the two siblings were highlighted in the online Pa and Ma magazine and viraled, attracting the attention of netizens.

In the report, Nur Fatihah Mohamad Azroy, one year, was reported to be suffering from a heart problem while Nur Aisyah Mohamad Azroy, four months, also had the same ailment and must get periodical treatment at the Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital, here and Serdang Hospital, Selangor.

The family only depended on the income of Mohamad Azroy, and had to tighten their belts, to meet the monthly cost of milk for the two children amounting to RM750.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)

Heart Problem Babies: Government to help father get better income

SEREMBAN, The government will help find a suitable job for a father of two baby daughters with heart problems as viraled on the social media several days ago, to ensure the family has a better life.

State Youth and Sports Development Action Committee chairman Mohamad Taufek Abd Ghani said, currently, Mohamad Azroy Ali, 25, earned RM50 daily working as an assistant at a night market.

”If he cannot get a job in the public sector, we will help him under the Negeri Sembilan Entrepreneurs Development Fund (NSEDF) as he is keen to venture into business,” he said.

He said this to reporters after spending about an hour with the family of Mohamad Azroy at a rented house in Bandar Seremban Selatan, Sungai Gadut near here, today.

Also present was the State Women, Family and Welfare Committee chairman Nicole Tan Lee Koon and the State Social Welfare Department director Mohamad Hapil.

Commenting further, Taufek, who is also the Paroi State Assemblyman, said the state government would also try to help in terms of payments of bills and house rent.

Meanwhile, Tan said the committee planned to provide a platform to enable the mother to work at home, as she had to look after the two babies, to supplement their income.

”In addition, the Social Welfare Department will raise the child aid to RM300 from RM200 from next month,” she said.

The mother of the critically ill babies, Farah Idayu Mohd Shah, 29, was overwhelmed and thankful to the government and public who were concerned and extended assistance to her family.

On Monday, the story of the two siblings were highlighted in the online Pa and Ma magazine and viraled, attracting the attention of netizens.

In the report, Nur Fatihah Mohamad Azroy, one year, was reported to be suffering from a heart problem while Nur Aisyah Mohamad Azroy, four months, also had the same ailment and must get periodical treatment at the Tuanku Ja’afar Hospital, here and Serdang Hospital, Selangor.

The family only depended on the income of Mohamad Azroy, and had to tighten their belts, to meet the monthly cost of milk for the two children amounting to RM750.

Source: BERNAMA (News Agency)