” MyGrocer@Wilayah lightens the burden of the people” – Sherry Ibrahim

” MyGrocer@Wilayah lightens the burden of the people” – Sherry Ibrahim

INCREASE in the price of wet goods recently has an impact on consumers, especially the B40 group. They start to complain and get depressed about it and think it’s ridiculous.

Concerned with the situation, actress Sherry Ibrahim through her Instagram, was impressed by the government’s efforts through the Ministry of Federal Territories (KWP) to organize the MyGrocer@Wilayah Program.

“There are many things the government is doing to help ease the burden of the urban poor, including introducing this program where the sale of daily kitchen items does not involve middlemen, thus lowering prices.

“Not only that, this program also makes it easier for users to handle wet items such as fish or chicken which are sold ready to be processed and cut,” he wrote.

He said again, the sale of the houses of the People’s Housing Project (PPR) is a wise move that also saves the people money.

“The kitchen items that are sold are all cheap and cannot be found elsewhere and at the same time they don’t have to think about filling up their car or motorbike to go shopping.

“Everything is in front of the house. If you want to save, let’s shop at MyGrocer@Wilayah ,” he said again.

source – wilayahku


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