By: Izyan Liyana Mohd Darif
KUALA LUMPUR, October 18th 2021 – “Each individual has their own dark side of story. Let bygone be bygone because what’s important now is their effort to become better people.”
That’s the gist of what had been said by Deputy General Director (Operation) of National Anti-drugs Agency (NADA), Datuk Dr Muhamad Sade Mohamad Amin towards a group of clients during a visit in Pusat Pemulihan Penagihan Narkotik (PUSPEN) Sungai Besi in here, on Monday.
During the occasion, he also encouraged the clients to not dwell on the dark past forever, instead, stays committed in undergoing treatment and rehabilitation with open hearts and diligently.
“NADA’s staffs are committed in helping you (clients) to escape from this negative wrapping around you in order to help in bringing forth a healthy Malaysia’s generation, as well as contributing towards the country.”
“Therefore, it is hoped with trainings, programs and knowledge provided in PUSPEN, you will feel confident to go through a happier life by your family’s side as well as the community in the future,” he told the clients who were having their Morning Meeting activity.
Throughout the two-hours visiting session, Muhamad Sade also spent some time officiating Tapak Projek Amanah: Fertigasi Cili which was working on planting hot chillies in this PUSPEN.
At the same time, he also observed surrounding areas, operations and facilities including delivering mandate towards NADA’s family.
Also joined the visiting session is Director of PUSPEN Sungai Besai, Nurshuhaila A. Rahman.