Cabinet's 100-Day Report Card To Be Announced At AKM Event Tomorrow

Besides the report card announcements, the 100 Days of AKM event will also consist of all kinds of fun activities for the public.

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In a previous statement, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced that the new Cabinet must prove their achievements within 100 days after appointment

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob with senior government leaders at the pre-launch of the #Keluarga Malaysia concept in October.

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Known as Aspirasi Keluarga Malaysia (AKM) 100 Hari Anggota Jemaah Menteri, this initiative proves that the government is prioritising a high-performance work culture.

Executive director of the Shared Prosperity Delivery Unit (Sepadu) under the Prime Minister's Department, Wan Azilawati Wan Mahmood, said AKM had also evaluated the 100-day report cards of all members of the cabinet.

According to her, all 31 ministries had targets based on six main thrusts, including restructuring the economy, ensuring the country's safety and peace, increasing social harmony, improving infrastructure, strengthening integration in the Keluarga Malaysia mould, and strengthening service delivery.

"The report cards will be announced by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob at the launch of the 100-day AKM event at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) on Thursday," said Wan Azilawati to New Straits Times at the Sepadu headquarters on 6 December

Wan Azilawati Wan Mahmood

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The 100 Days of AKM event will be held from 9am to 10pm from tomorrow until Sunday, with activities for people from all walks of life.

This includes the Keluarga Malaysia Career Carnival, Jom Masuk IPT for school-leavers looking to further their studies, and police and Road Transport Department summons discount counters. Additionally, Wan Azilawati shared that there would also be activities for youth, like electronic and traditional sports, as well as the I'm Youth programme.

"There will also be business matching activities, entrepreneur exhibitions and sales, and government agency service counters. Lucky draws with attractive prizes also await visitors, as well as religious programmes such as Zikir Berkah Keluarga Malaysia, Quran Hour, and Malam Aspirasi Seni," she said.

According to Wan Azilawati, 20,000 visitors are expected at the event physically, and another 100,000 people are expected to participate online

Written by: Teh Athira Yusof

This article originally appeared on New Straits Times, with rights to be republished on SAYS.

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