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Bernama CEO, Editor-In-Chief visit family of Nur Adika

PAPAR: The Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) Chief Executive Officer, Nur-ul Afida Kamaludin today visited the family of the late Bernama journalist Nur Adika Bujang in Kampung Somboi, Kinarut, near here, today.

Nur-ul Afida spent more than 30 minutes conversing with the late Nur Adika’s mother, Nafsiah Bubin, and expressed her condolences, before delivering the insurance and paid leave payments as well as part of the deceased’s salary before her demise.

Also present were Bernama Editor-in-Chief Arul Rajoo Durar Raj, Human Resources manager Marzukhi Md Saleh, Sabah Bureau head Fadzli Ramli and former Sabah Bureau chief
Newmond Tibin.

Speaking to Bernama afterwards, Nur-ul Afida said Bernama management would assist the family of the deceased in managing the pension from the Social Security Organisation (Socso).

“Alhamdulillah. We were able to come to the deceased’s village and meet her family to deliver the payments.

Personally, I have worked with the deceased. I know her as a diligent and dedicated journalist,” she said.

Nur-ul Afida also thanked the Royal Malaysian Police for conducting a mercy flight to bring the remains of the late Nur Adika from Sandakan to Kota Kinabalu.

“Thank you to the PDRM for helping to transport the body and we really appreciate it because it also helped the family to hold the funeral ceremony for the deceased,” she said.

Meanwhile, Nafsiah also expressed her gratitude with the presence of the Bernama management to visit the family of Allahyarhamah Nur Adika.

Nafsiah, 69, who is also a former RTM Sabah radio producer and presenter, said that Bernama has friendly staff who helped her and her family in managing the remains of the late Nur Adika.

On March 17, Nur Adika was found unconscious on the second floor of her residence in Taman Perumahan IJM, Batu 6, Sandakan before being confirmed dead by a Ministry of Health medical officer.
Nur Adika, 45, had served Bernama as a journalist for almost 20 years since Oct 31, 2005 and on Jan 1, 2019 she was appointed as Sandakan correspondent. – Bernama CEO, Editor-In-Chief visit family of Nur Adika
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PAPAR: The Malaysian National News Agency (Bernama) Chief Executive Officer, Nur-ul Afida Kamaludin today visited the family of the late Bernama journalist Nur Adika Bujang in Kampung Somboi, Kinarut, near here today.
Nur-ul Afida spent more than 30 minutes conversing with the late Nur Adika’s mother, Nafsiah Bubin, and expressed her condolences, before delivering the insurance and paid leave payments as well as part of the deceased’s salary before her demise.
Also present were Bernama Editor-in-Chief Arul Rajoo Durar Raj, Human Resources manager Marzukhi Md Saleh, Sabah Bureau head Fadzli Ramli and former Sabah Bureau chief
Newmond Tibin.
Speaking to Bernama afterwards, Nur-ul Afida said Bernama management would assist the family of the deceased in managing the pension from the Social Security Organisation (Socso).
“Alhamdulillah. We were able to come to the deceased’s village and meet her family to deliver the payments.
Personally, I have worked with the deceased. I know her as a diligent and dedicated journalist,” she said.

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Nur-ul Afida also thanked the Royal Malaysian Police for conducting a mercy flight to bring the remains of the late Nur Adika from Sandakan to Kota Kinabalu.
“Thank you to the PDRM for helping to transport the body and we really appreciate it because it also helped the family to hold the funeral ceremony for the deceased,” she said.
Meanwhile, Nafsiah also expressed her gratitude with the presence of the Bernama management to visit the family of Allahyarhamah Nur Adika.
Nafsiah, 69, who is also a former RTM Sabah radio producer and presenter, said that Bernama has friendly staff who helped her and her family in managing the remains of the late Nur Adika.

On March 17, Nur Adika was found unconscious on the second floor of her residence in Taman Perumahan IJM, Batu 6, Sandakan before being confirmed dead by a Ministry of Health medical officer.
Nur Adika, 45, had served Bernama as a journalist for almost 20 years since Oct 31, 2005 and on Jan 1, 2019 she was appointed as Sandakan correspondent. – Bernama

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