KUCHING (Nov 27): The Association of Wives of Ministers and Deputy Ministers of Sarawak (Sabati) is urged to adopt digital technology in its administration and information management at Wisma Sabati.
In making this call last night, Premier of Sarawak Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg said Wisma Sabati could introduce and implement SPay Global for its cafeteria or the gallery in line with the state government’s digital agenda.
“Sarawak government recognises the efforts and commitment of charities that are active and always move holistically in ensuring ‘no one is left behind’.
“I hope that Sabati will use digital technology in its administration and information management at Wisma Sabati. SPay Global has become the main platform for business, state government and private sector transactions, Sabati can use in the cafeteria or in the gallery.
“Maybe I can also suggest to prepare a Wi-Fi room because Sarawak now provides Wi-Fi Channel through Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT),” he said when launching Wisma Sabati in conjunction with Sabati’s 40th anniversary at the new building (Wisma Sabati) at Jalan Bako in Petra Jaya here.
Abang Johari expressed confidence that Sabati would continue to work with other organisations in offering charity aids to not just within Sarawak but also those in need from Peninsular Malaysia.
He also expressed gratitude in witnessing the success of Sabati owning a magnificent building – Wisma Sabati.
The Borneo Post, By Lim How Pim