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Dnars founder in Pattani to give donation to tahfiz school

Last update: 18/05/2019
TUMPAT, May 18 (Bernama) -- Founder of Dnars skincare product, Faziani Rohban Ahmad, 39, who died in a road crash in Pattani, Thailand, today, went there to give donation to a tahfiz (religious) school.

Her younger brother, Mohd Faizul, 34, said Faziani and her husband, Ahmad Shah Rizal Ibrahim, 42, left their house in Wakaf Bharu here at about 8 am today.

“She had just returned from performing the umrah in Makkah three days ago, and after that they went to Jakarta, Indonesia, for a breaking of fast with orphans,” he said when met at the deceased’s house in Kampung Paloh, Wakaf Bharu here.

Faziani’s second child, Ainul Atiya Ahmad Shah Rizal, 18, said she had her “sahur” (pre-dawn meal during Ramadan) at home with her parents early today before they left for Thailand.

“My father seemed tired as he had just returned from Jakarta, but he insisted on driving the car to Pattani.

“They normally got the service of a driver and would leave at about 9 am, but today, it was different,” she said.

She said her mother would be buried at the Kampung Kedemit Muslim Cemetery upon arrival of her remains from Pattani.

Faziani was travelling in a Toyotal Estima car, with her husband, Ahmad Shah Rizal, 42, at the wheel, when the mishap occurred at 10.30 am in Pattani.

Ahmad Shah Rizal was seriously injured in the crash.


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