Selangor Journal

Muslims must be rich

BY: LIZAWATI MADFA
HULU LANGAT, APR 10: The HIJRAH Selangor participants were advised to be consistent in their business and not to give-up easily when faced with challenges.
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Bangi Assemblyman, Shafie Ngah said, participants were also reminded not to be deceived by any ‘shortcuts’ in business.
“Some participants stopped halfway, by right we should not give up in whatever we do.
“Islam through our prophet teaches us to look for richness in order to help others, especially our close family,” he said during the HIJRAH Voucher presentation Ceremony at Bandar Baru Bangi, recently.
During the ceremony, a total of RM450,000 were distributed among 40 participants, witnessed by the HIJRAH Zone 2 Manager, Mohd Asri Hamid.
Meanwhile, Mohd Asri mentioned that the eight percent charges imposed by HIJRAH is for service and administration fees.
“We have a calculation for that, it is not determined arbitrarily.
“HIJRAH do not impose other additional charges although some participants paid later than scheduled,” he said.

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