There is no news of pastor kidnapped six years ago
Suzanna Liew said she and her family will not rest until there was closure to the disappearance of her husband, Pastor Raymond Koh, six years ago, on the 12th of February.
At the vigil held at the Council of Churches Malaysia in Petaling Jaya this evening to mark the sixth anniversary of his abduction, Liew said the years without answers have been an ordeal for her and her family.
“We do not have any updates; no news from the authorities and government. However, we still hold on to hope,”
she said during her speech.
In the absence of a resolution, Liew said held on to the belief she will be reunited with her husband one day, either in this world or the next.
Koh was abducted in broad daylight on the morning of February 13, 2017, along Jalan SS4B/10 in Kelana Jaya, Selangor while driving in his car from his house to his workplace. His car had been surrounded by seven vehicles and about 15 masked individuals, and he has been missing since then.
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