The departure of national hero Mohammad Adib Mohd Kassim has deeply saddened the country, and it was later revealed that he actually had a new car kept in his hometown in Alor Setar, Kedah.
According to Harian Metro, Adib had earlier purchased the Perodua Myvi as he planned to use it with his wife after the wedding. Now that he’s no longer with us, the burden of the monthly repayment falls on the shoulders of his family members.
Heartwarmingly, a team of lawyers is now looking to help settle the car loan so that the family members wouldn’t be roped into a financial crisis. Lawyer Adzly Ab Manas said,
“Last night (20 December), we’ve met with Adib’s family to help sort out the car payment. My team and I will try our best to legally help the family in this issue.
“We sincerely hope the bank could expunge the monthly repayment,” he said.
As of now, the family members are the ones who are paying for the monthly installment of the Perodua Myvi. Hopefully, some generous VIP can come forward and help the family to weather the financial storm.
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