Kedah AKM Tour Attracts Over 70,000 Visitors On First Day

ALOR SETAR, September 3 (Bernama) – The Kedah edition of the Keluarga Malaysia Aspirations (AKM) tour attracted more than 70,000 visitors on its first day yesterday, said Datuk Ramlan Harun, Secretary General of the Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB). rice field.

In total, he said, as of last night, more than 50,000 people had visited the program site at Stadium Darul Aman, with about 15,000 people attending the ‘Kenuri’ Rakyat Keluarga Malaysia@Padang Terap. This is also part of his AKM Tour.

“We are expecting 30,000 to 40,000 visitors today as it is the weekend here.

“The main focus will definitely be the 27 government booths, with 140 entrepreneurs from different business sectors also participating. He told Bernama on the second day of the AKM tour.

KPLB is the main ministry of the 3-day Kedah AKM tour.

Visitors can also purchase one chicken and 5 kg of rice for RM10 during “happy hours” at 11am and 4:30pm on the three days of the programme, Ramran said.

There is a Gegaq@JAKM concert tonight featuring local singers such as Rahim Maarof, Haqiem Rusli and Khai Bahar.

In addition, visitors can also witness Orang Asli cultural performances and handicrafts, which is one of the uniqueness of Kedah AKM tours.

This is the ninth AKM tour program following Johor, Perlis, Sabah, Terengganu, Perak, Kelantan, Sarawak and Selangor.

— Bernama

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