Sarawak’s Tutoh Apoh School to Get Muhyiddin’s Special Attention

(Bernama) A rural secondary school which is the most flood-prone in the country will get special attention from Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin when the deputy prime minister begins a two-day visit to Sarawak on Thursday.

Muhyiddin, who is also the education minister, is scheduled to attend a briefing at and tour Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Tutoh Apoh in Long Panai, Baram, for which the federal government had allocated RM50 million for a new building in view of its dilapidated and flood-prone condition.
A statement from the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office said Muhyiddin is also scheduled to meet the people, most of whom are from the Orang Ulu community, in Uma Beluvuh, Long Panai. 
Earlier, Muhyiddin is to fly by helicopter to Ulu Lubai, Limbang, to attend a reception in recognition of the status of Sekolah Kebangsaan Ulu Lubai as one of the second cohort high-performance schools and then go on a walkabout at Rumah Panjang Tugang, Ulu Lubai. 
In the evening, he is to meet the people at the Batu Niah community hall in Miri and fly back to Kuching for a “Chap Goh Mei” reception with the people at the Hilton Hotel.
On Friday, Muhyiddin is scheduled to go to Pusa in Betong for a walkabout and a meet-the-people session in Pusa town and visit the “gula apong” (nipah palm sugar) and “kuih sepit” (a traditional crispy biscuit) cottage industries in Kampung Pusa. 
He will also go to Kampung Manggut, Spaoh, in Betong to attend the opening of the Tuie-Supa-Manggut road and then proceed to Debak, also in the Betong division.
In Debak, Muhyiddin is scheduled to attend Friday prayers at the Darul Solihin mosque and attend a luncheon with the people there.
The deputy prime minister is scheduled to fly back to Kuala Lumpur from Kuching in a special aircraft in the evening.