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PRIME Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob described the passing of former Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) secretary-general Sieh Kok Chi as a great loss to the parent body and national sports.
In conveying his condolences to Kok Chi’s family members, the Prime Minister said the government greatly appreciated all the contributions and services of the deceased towards the progress and development of sports in the country.
“My heartfelt sympathies and deepest thoughts are with his family members at this difficult time.,
“May his spirit, drive and devotion to national sports continue to be an inspiration to the Malaysian Family,” he said in a Facebook post today.
Kok Chi died last Saturday at the age of 83.
The recipient of the 2019/2020 Sports Personality Award had been offering voluntary services to OCM since 1974, and had served on various committees and task forces within the OCM before being elected as honorary secretary in 1992.
He had left behind incredible legacies, including the establishment of OCM’s administrative structure, the OCM Annual Dinner and Awards Night, the Olympian of the Year Awards, the OCM Hall of Fame, the OCM Trust Fund, and the “B Category” Funding & Reimbursement Policy for participation in multi-sport games. – Bernama, July 20, 2022.