New Straits Time Schools Adoption Programme 2005

Naim Cendera Holdings Berhad became the first Sarawak-based company to come forward to participate in the New Straits Time Schools Adoption Programme 2005. To hand the mock cheque was Naim’s Executive Director, Abg Hasni Abg Hasnan who gave it to NST, Sarawak senior journalist, Sulok Tawie. 10 schools from Kuching, Samarahan, Miri and Bintangor will benefit from the sponsorship that will last until next year.

Naim Cendera Holdings Berhad became the first Sarawak-based company to come forward to participate in the New Straits Time Schools Adoption Programme 2005. To hand the mock cheque was Naim’s Executive Director, Abg Hasni Abg Hasnan who gave it to NST, Sarawak senior journalist, Sulok Tawie. 10 schools from Kuching, Samarahan, Miri and Bintangor will benefit from the sponsorship that will last until next year.

Students from Sekolah Kerajaan Kota Samarahan are up and about as they read the New Straits Times papers while lensman, Nadim Bohari is busy taking their photos.

Students from Sekolah Kerajaan Kota Samarahan are up and about as they read the New Straits Times papers while lensman, Nadim Bohari is busy taking their photos.