UMNO YOUTH FAIR TO OFFER 7,500 JOBS
Recruiters to conduct interviews at job fair at Bukit Jalil Stadium on May 10-11
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MORE than 7,500 jobs will be available for job seekers at the upcoming Umno 71st anniversary celebration at Bukit Jalil Stadium on May 10-11.
Umno executive secretary Datuk Seri Ab Rauf Yusoh said job seekers could apply for the jobs at the job fair, which was part of the party’s celebration.
“Youth and graduates are encouraged to bring documents to apply for jobs. Recruiters will conduct onsite job interviews.
“The fair is handled by Umno Youth, which has identified industries that are hiring,” he said after a meeting on final preparations for the celebration with stakeholders of Media Prima Bhd (MPB), the official media partner, at Balai Berita here yesterday.
On the Umno flag run, Rauf said the event was in the second phase as participants from Kelantan, Johor, Kedah, Perlis and Sabah were heading towards the central region.
“The relay run has received overwhelming support since it began on May 1. All flag run convoys are expected to converge at Bukit Jalil Stadium on May 11.”
He said the “WOW Carnival” by MPB and food trucks run by small- and medium-sized enterprises would be available at the stadium grounds.
“There will also be performances
The Sang Saka Bangsa flag will make its way to Tasek Gelugor, Permatang Pauh, Bukit Mertajam and Batu Kawan before ending in Nibong Tebal, where it will be presented to Perak Umno.
In Keningau, the Sabah Umno flag run had a slight delay in completing by local artistes on May 10, and more than 40 food trucks will be there.”
Rauf said lucky draw prizes worth almost RM1 million, including six Proton cars and 10 motorcycles, would be given away on May 11 to Umno members who were registered voters and had signed up for the celebration.
“To qualify for the lucky draw, members must register for the event through the Malaysia4all mobile application or website before noon on May 10.
“We have received more than 25,000 registrations. Participants must be present on Umno Day to receive prizes.
“We have also prepared parking their convoy in the interior as participants helped motorists involved in a car accident.
Expedition leader Faez Nordin said the incident occurred when they were en route to Keningau from Pensiangan.
“The accident happened in spots for journalists covering the event.”
Present at the meeting were MPB group managing director Datuk Seri Amrin Awaluddin, New Straits Times Press (Malaysia) Bhd chief executive officer Datuk Abdul Jalil Hamid; MPB News and Current Affairs, Television Networks group managing editor Datuk Seri Mohd Ashraf Abdullah, New Straits Times group editor Yushaimi Yahaya; Berita Harian group editor Datuk Mahfar Ali and his deputy, Datuk Badrulhisham Othman.
Umno’s 71st anniversary will be the largest celebration in the party’s history, with 120,000 members expected to attend. front of the convoy. Some of us stopped to call an ambulance, help motorists and direct traffic,” he said, adding that the victims, including an infant, were not hurt.
Earlier in Pensiangan, Umno members were welcomed by local
Kedah Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah (third from right), who is also Kedah Umno liaison committee chairman, handing over the Umno flag to Penang Umno liaison committee deputy chairman Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican (second from right) during the start of the Penang leg of the Umno flag run in Kepala Batas yesterday.