Illness does not stop Enah from voting

MUAR: Despite a fever and infirmity, an elderly citizen here remained enthusiastic about voting in the 15th General Election (GE-15) today.

Enah Dora, 89, said the original plan was to go out to vote early in the morning but felt unwell and had a fever.

However, he did not want to miss the opportunity and asked the help of a child who only wanted to be known as Jamil to send him to vote after feeling a little energetic.

“I have a fever, that’s why I didn’t go out in the morning. The plan from yesterday with the children was to vote in the morning but I asked them to delay because I wanted to wait for them to feel better.

“After noon, thank God I felt a little stronger, I invited my children to go out to vote together,” he said when met at Alauddin Riayat Shah National Secondary School (SMK), here.

Enah hopes that the government will be able to provide comfort and help deal with the increasing cost of living for the well-being of the people and the country. – MESSENGER

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