“What is a Home? It is important to have a roof over your head. Not just cramped walls around your space. A home is more than that, it has to be a place where you feel safe and secure with your loved ones to live the life you want” exclaimed the young Minister.
YB reflects back when he shared with his mother on purchasing a house, to which she replied “It used to be so easy”. He went on to explain that his mother was the main breadwinner. YB shared “My mother worked for the government and my dad was a construction worker in Singapore; the hardship is real. This is not unique to Malaysia. It happens across the world”.
Citizens all over the world suffer from the same issues. For example in Malaysia, there are many opportunities to help very specific segments of the youth. Ex-youth convicts are a prime example of an affected group. More than 50% of people who spend time in prison are more likely to be involved in drug and violence related crimes. YB Syed Saddiq applauded MRCB who was one of the first to take in a few hundred employees from ex-convicts.
“This is a multibillion industry that is possible to visualise a dream for Malaysians. It starts with portals like hartabumi that allows people to be matched. Beyond that, we wish to create policies that help the younger people. Within every initiative there should be an allocation to help the young people. Always.”
Our young minister summarised by expressing that if we tap into the moral consciousness of the young people, a world where everyone will be a home will no longer be a dream, but a reality for all Malaysians.
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