Malaysian Delivery Riders Take 7 Days Off To Help Flood Victims

This is what being a Malaysian is all about! 

Malaysians have truly risen to the occasion in the days after the devastating floods across the country, regardless of their age, race or religion… They have been rallying together to help those who are in need during these difficult times. 

malaysian delivery riders take 7 days off to help flood victimsPhoto via Twitter (Ridauddin Daud)

Recently, a video went viral showing a group of food delivery riders coming to the aid of those who were affected by the flood. 

The post shared by user Ridauddin Saud, who is also a journalist for Astro AWANI, said: “All these riders are just 18. But their spirits, as well as their souls are big. They took seven days off from work to help flood victims.”

In the video, a delivery food rider said he and his friends took the initiative to collect money from each other to be donated to the areas affected by the flood. 

“We will take the week off to focus on helping the flood victims,” he said. 

Hundreds of netizens took to the comment section to praise their effort. They’re only 18, guys! What a kind and selfless thing to do!

The world would be such a greater place if everyone is as selfless as these young men. Thank you for your time and energy in helping the flood victims!

By: Aishah Akashah Ahadiat