Friday, February 6, 2015


My blog on the above dated 4 February, 2015 refers  .

Immediate action has been taken by JKR Sungai Siput to request an estimated amount of RM133,000 for road repairs from the Perak State JKR in respond to KRT Taman-Taman Muhibbah & Komuniti Muhibbah written complaint recently.


Today (6.2.2015), few workers are in progress of repairing the damaged road - minor repairs and maintenance works.

damaged road

repairing works in progress

Wednesday, February 4, 2015


The main entrance from Jalan Kuala Kangsar turning into Jalan Dato' See Khoon Lim is a dangerous zone. Due to a road accident a few months ago, part of the junction was damaged and covered by sand and pebbles. The road has been resurfaced but uneven. These are the factors that endanger the life of the road users especially motorcyclist. Few minor accidents occurred.

KRT Taman-Taman Muhibbah & Komuniti Muhibbah committee members visited this area on 25 January, 2015, an official written complaint forwarded to Sungai Siput JKR by hand.

The JKR Sungai Siput official told us that immediate actions will be taken to clear all the sand and pebbles. The maintenance contractor, Belati Wangsa will be ask to redo the area.

This area re-visited on 3 February, 2015 and found that the area has been cleaned.

Sunday, February 1, 2015


The entrance to Kampung Muhibbah Fasa 2B via lorry parking zone has been a rubbish dump site more than 10 years ago! KRT Taman-Taman Muhibbah and Komuniti Muhibbah have made numerous complaints to MPKK verbally and written. MPKK is kind to take immediate actions ... but for how long if the rubbish dumping continuous and never end!

A visit to this area on 24 January, 2015, rubbish being pick-up by MPKK. Bull dozer came to clean the area but the rubbish dumping already started ..... On 1 February, 2015, rubbish all along the road site! 

rubbish rubbish rubbish

Where is the civic awareness? What's wrong with our people? 

construction waste

Sunday, January 25, 2015


As Chairman of the KRT Taman-Taman Muhibbah, Sungai Siput together with a group of committee members i.e. Vice Chairman (Taufik), Treasurer (Sagaran) and Committee Members (Tan C.S. and Junid) have physically verified the environmental problems in Kg. Muhibbah Fasa 2B, Taman Muhibbah Aman, Taman Muhibbah Jaya and Taman Muhiibah Jaya 2.

Is was found that the monsoon drain flowing across Kg. Muhibbah Fasa 2B has been fully grown with grasses, debris and creeps whilst the drainage are not periodically clean by the contractor. This endanger the community as the drains may turn into breeding aedes.

Many pot-holes are found around Taman Muhibbah Jaya and Taman Muhibbah Jaya 2. The road to Ci En Memorial Park is badly damaged although has been repaired few times by the Kuala Kangsar Municipal Council.

Junctions going to Kg. Muhibbah Fasa 2B, Taman Muhibbah Aman, Taman Muhibbah Jaya and Taman Muhibbah Jaya 2 from Jalan Dato' See Khoon Lim are found to be dangerous. There are not white lines and stop signage. These areas were not bright and the too many entrance in a junction mislead road users.

Thursday, December 4, 2014

MyDIGITAL Education Camp (2)

group photo

Margaret at work

The second day (last session) of My Digital Education Camp in Sungai Siput. The response is tremendous! This is the good job done by the efficient co-ordinator, Pn. Norazlina Nazri. Today, Ms Margaret is assisted by Norita (an 'Orang Asal' - Semai ethnic).

 Norita at work ... an exemplary young Orang Asal

Norita set an exemplary for other young 'Orang Asal' to emulate. She speak very good English and a volunteer! 

multi racial participants

Wednesday, December 3, 2014


KRT Taman-Taman Muhibbah, KSK Jalong and Persatuan Kebajikan & Komuniti Muhibbah has successfully organised the My Digital Education Camp with the cooperation from Science Of Life Society (SOLS 24/7) in Pusat Komuniti Muhibbah, Sungai Siput. This is a Multimedia Development Corporation (MDec) programme.


This programme open to all youth between the age of 14 - 25. 123 multi-racial youth registered for the 5 hours programme conducted by Ms Margaret in 3 session. The camp break into 3 parts i.e. cyber security, digital photography and resume preparation. Camp conducted in English, it is an opportunity for participants to learn English.

I was inform that this programme shall be completed by December 2014 and targeted 4,000 youth participation nation wide, however, the previous organizer failed. SOLS 24/7 took over in mid-November and I was told last week! We managed to get the targeted participants here in less than a week!

YES sponsored the wifi, laptops and camera, whilst Seven Eleven sponsored refreshment. I am glad that a few 'makcik' sponsor meals for the participants. A big 'THANK YOU' to Norazlina Nazri (KRT Taman-Taman Muhibbah Secretary) whom acts as an efficient and effective co-coordinator!