E-BUNDA, the collaborative network for women learning and development, recently organised a Tahlil for one of its leading members, Allahyarhamah Wan Krisnadi Hj Osman, at Ash-Shaliheen Mosque, the group said in a press release.
As the founder of Hana Soy, producer of the popular healthy soy drink Hana Suku Suku, Allahyarhamah was one of the most successful local entrepreneurs with plans to expand to Japan.
Haslina Hj Md Taib, Chief Executive Officer of BAG Networks and ABAC Brunei member, offered her condolences to Allahyarhamah’s family saying, “Allahyarhamah was one of the most beautiful and inspiring women business leaders who had to leave us early, Al-Fatihah.”
Fellow ABAC Brunei member Hafimi Abdul Haadii sent a heartfelt message, “Let us keep her memory, inspiration, drive and determination as an example to all Bruneians.”
Representing the Asean Business Advisory Council, Fauziah Dato Seri Paduka Hj Talib expressed her sorrow, “As we get together to pray for her soul’s safe journey to Allah the Almighty, we are very much reminded of how our life is just temporary and that we have such a short span of time to truly make a difference. Allahyarhamah Wan Krisnadi Hj Osman did just that; directly and indirectly she made a difference to women and the community as a whole.”
The Tahlil was also attended by Allahyarhamah’s family and representatives from Ministry of Industry & Primary Resources (MIPR), Brunei Industrial Development Authority (BINA), the eBunda team and members of the local community.