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Simple wishes: Ng hugging Teoh Yong Gin at her house.
KUALA TERENGGANU: For the last 10 years, octogenarian Teoh Yong Gin from Kampung Cina, has been harbouring the hope of meeting Datuk Seri Dr Ng Yen Yen for the second time.
Thus she was taken aback when the Women, Family and Community Development Minister came to visit her on Monday at her home.
Teoh, 84, said she had always wanted to meet Ng since their first meeting in 1998 when Ng was here to hand over aids at a charity dinner.
“At that time she was a parliamentary secretary,”said Teoh who had been living alone since her husband died in 1986.
“Since that day I always wanted to meet her again and often looked out for her stories in the the newspaper,” she said.
Asked why she was so enthusiastic to meet Ng after ten years, Teoh replied: “She reminds me of myself when I was young. She has courage and is a very determined woman.”
Ng was visiting some 8,700 recipients of monthly welfare allowance here.
She said the purpose of her visit was to understand their predicaments, especially those who suffered from chronic illnesses and were disabled.
“My aim is also to gauge how we can help empower the poor so that they could get out of the vicious cycle of poverty.
“This is part of a empowerment programme where we will evaluate whether those who are receiving aid could be turned into petty traders through a grant from us,” she added.
*Sources from THE STAR ONLINE
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