Sabah Land Development Board Secures RM52.5 Million for Community Programs | Daily Express Online

Kundasang: The Sabah Land Development Board (SLDB) has received a total of RM50.57 million from federal funding and RM2 million from the state government to implement various community programs and projects this year.

Its chairman, Datuk Abdul Ghani Mohamed Yassin, said it is development and replanting of oil palms and some rubber trees, upgrading of communication roads in Sumatalun and Kabintaluan, including upgrading of roads fields of the estate on gravel roads.

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