Education Minister: 78 pct of dilapidated schools’ repairs in Sarawak, Sabah progressing well

Fadhlina (centre) speaking to reporters at SMK Gedong.

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KUCHING, Sept 15: Malaysia’s Minister of Education Fadhlina Sidek, has reported that repairs for 78 per cent of the dilapidated schools in Sarawak and Sabah are progressing well.

She emphasised that the Ministry of Education is actively monitoring the development of repair works to ensure they adhere to the established timeline.

“Although there are some hiccups, but it can still be implemented. We have a monitoring team and a committee that will oversee the implementation,” she told reporters when met during her visit to SMK Gedong in Simunjan today.

During her visit to SMK Gedong in Simunjan, Fadhlina also took the opportunity to monitor the progress of maintenance works at SMK Serian and SMK Gedong.

In the evening, she planned to visit other schools in the Simunjan area, including SK Gunong Ngeli, SMK Simunjan No 1, before concluding her visit at the Simunjan District Education Office (PPD). — DayakDaily