In conjunction with his visit to the Kemabong sub-district, which is in the south-western interior of Sabah, Prime Minister also handed over communal grants for the Kabintaluan Agropolitan under the Sabah Development Corridor SDC project.

MoU_signing_Kabintaluan Villages_SDC_booth Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak with Datuk Seri Musa Haji Aman both in light blue witnessed the signing of MoU between Sabah Land Development Board and the villages SEDIA staff explained about the Agropolitan concept to the native communities during their visit to Sabah Development Corridor’s booth

“Actually, I would like to see balanced development in Malaysia, where we develop the urban centres without forgetting the rural areas. That’s why one of the six national key result areas NKRAs included ensuring basic amenities and higher income for rural population.

And after one-and-half years, we can see the highest increase in terms of development of roads, power supply, water supply, housing in the rural areas,’ he said.Accompanied by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Haji Aman, Najib also witnessed the signing of memorandum of understanding between Sabah Land Development Board SLDB and the villagers on a joint land development to cultivate crops.

Musa meanwhile, said so far several communal grants had been issued for the whole of Sabah, including in Salarom Taka Nabawan and Lalampas Tongod, with the full support and involvement of the villagers.

via Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority SEDIA.

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