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One-Legged Man Volunteers To Help Flood Victims In Dengkil, Finds Joy In Helping Other People

One-Legged Man Volunteers To Help Flood Victims In Dengkil, Finds Joy In Helping Other People

It doesn’t stop him from helping those in need.

Fernando Fong

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What can a handicapped person do?

Turns out, just as much as a normal person could.

Mohamad Shukor Jab is a person with disabilities (OKU), but he was obviously put on this earth to inspire others by volunteering to help flood victims clean their homes.

He inspires others by helping flood victims to clean their homes.

According to Astro Awani, he does so with crutches due to the loss of one leg following an accident at the age of 11.

However, the 45-year-old’s spirit and desire to help others enabled him to overcome his shortcomings.

Mohamad Shukor was one of the volunteers with a group called the ‘Dirt Buster Team’.

They had come to Dengkil to help clean the homes of flood victims.

Just Wanting To Be A Voice For The People

Mohamad Shukor said he felt sympathy and was sad to see the fate that befell the flood victims.

At the same time, he also found joy in volunteering for community work.

Looking at what they are going through, anyone will feel the calling to come and help them. I maybe an OKU but looking at their condition, I no longer think about my own inadequacies.

OKU Mohamad Shukor Jab on what motivates him to volunteer

Dengkil is one of the areas affected by the floods that hit last week apart from several other areas in the state of Selangor.

Mohamad Shukor enhances his potential for society despite his disabilities. (Credit: Fernando Fong)

Hopefully, his selflessness will inspire even more Malaysians to come and help others in times of need.

Truly, bad times also have a way of bringing out the best in people.

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