| Ishan Ibrahim |
ABDUL Hafeez bin Mohamad is thrilled at being selected as one of the four underprivileged youth to undergo skills training and further studies at Institut Kemahiran Baitulmal, Majlis Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan (MAIWP) Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
The youth left the country recently for their Malaysian educational experience.
“I will try my best to make my parents proud,” Abdul Hafeez said.
“I hope this skills training programme will qualify me for further studies as I aim to be successful,” he added.
He hopes to engage with his peers at the prestigious Malaysian institute, forming good relationships and gaining invaluable experience from them and the instructors.
Abdul Hafeez, a former student at Sultan Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien College and Youth Development Centre (PPB), expressed appreciation to his teachers and instructors at both institutions for the knowledge and skills they taught him.
He had studied Information Technology during his time at PPB.
Abdul Hafeez loves everything about computers and will pursue an Arts and Design course.
Abdul Hafeez comes under the Asnaf Zakat Empowerment Programme (PROPAZ) of Brunei Islamic Religious Council (MUIB) that helps him to undergo various courses according to requirements and qualifications.