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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Ministry revives 21,000 homes from 100 nationwide projects

PUTRAJAYA: Twenty-one thousand houses from 100 abandoned schemes throughout the country have been revived and completed.

The ministry managed to settle 100 abandoned housing projects between 2009 and this year, said outgoing Housing and Local Government Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Ahmad Kabit.

There are 30,000 units still uncompleted in 67 other abandoned projects.

“I hope the new secretary-general will be more aggressive in dealing with this issue,” he said in his speech to ministry staff when handing over duties to his successor Datuk Arpah Abd Razak here.

Ahmad officially retired from the civil service yesterday, after he clocked out for the last time from a career spanning 36 years.

The 57-year-old, who holds a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Southern California, had served as the ministry’s secretary-general for the past three years.

Previously he had served in various capacities at both federal and state level, including at the Public Services Department, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Information Ministry and the Selangor Road Transport Department.

Arpah, who was Ahmad’s deputy, will take over the post today.

Having joined the civil service in 1979, she holds a Masters in Town and Country Planning from the same university as Ahmad.

By The Star

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