KOTA KINABALU: Malaysian students who are abroad pursuing their studies can become an example to inspire their colleagues in local academic institutions.
The Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Aman, said they should share their knowledge and experience with the young generation in the country as soon as they have completed their education.
“I recommend these abroad students to return during their semester holiday if they don’t have any plan, where they can take part or hold programmes at local schools,” he said after the luncheon event with UMNO UK Club at the Chief Minister’s official residence at Sri Gaya, Likas, yesterday.
Musa said that the success of students studying in foreign countries will increase the motivation of those who are still studying in the secondary and primary schools to improve their performance.
He also commended the efforts of 40 volunteers from UMNO UK Club who have taken part in the Chance Programme (Charity & Care Entity) and Sabah Tour 2015 in Tenom and Papar, besides from the Life-Nation Geek Hero science programme for three days in Sandakan.
Meanwhile, UMNO UK Liaison Chief, Nik Zakirah Farhanis Zakimi, said the experience of taking part in several programmes previously are a golden opportunities for the club volunteers.
Meanwhile, UMNO UK Liaison Chief, Nik Zakirah Farhanis Zakimi, said it is a golden opportunity for the club volunteers to gain experience in several programmes that they had participated.
“We are thankful for the support of the Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Aman, for helping us to make this programme a reality,” he said, adding that their experience in Sabah has taught them the true meaning of the 1Malaysia concept. – SayangSabah