Lights on at Sabah village for first time on M’sia Day

Farahanim Pajri

Modified 24 Sep 2019, 3:56 am

Malaysia Day this year was most meaningful for the residents of Kampung Barambang in the interiors of Ranau, Sabah because for the first time, the village was lit up by electricity.

Before the momentous day, the villagers relied on dim lamps using dammar fuel which do not last very long.

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