My uncle is ‘Abah’, says officer who was helped by aged man after fainting throughout parade

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PETALING JAYA: The Home Commerce and Shopper Affairs Ministry officer who fainted throughout the Enforcement Day parade on Thursday (July 21) explains that it was his uncle who got here to his assist and held him upright.

Nonetheless Nik Mohamad Adhar Nik Ismail, 22, mentioned that he regarded his uncle Abdul Aziz Ya’acob, who’s a taxi driver, like his personal father.

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“My uncle is ‘Abah’,” he instructed Sinar Harian on Thursday (July 21).

Nik Mohamad Adhar defined that he’s an orphan who had been raised by the 60-year-old Abdul Aziz and his spouse Rosmawati Ismail, 53, who he refers to as his mom, since he was three months previous.

“My delivery mom handed away once I was three months previous and my father handed away once I was seven years previous.

“They (Abdul Aziz and Rosmawati) deal with me like their very own,” he mentioned.

He added that regardless that he was solely a nephew, there was no distinction by way of therapy amongst him and Abdul Aziz’s six kids.

Nik Mohamad Adhar mentioned that he was certainly unwell throughout the occasion, which induced him to faint.

Home Commerce and Shopper Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi shared heartwarming photos of the incident in a Fb put up concerning the incident, which went viral for exhibiting the touching second of a “father” attending to his son.


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