Malaysia: Four years on, Ridzuan Condominium attempts to ban ‘Africans’ again

After making the headlines four years ago for trying (and failing) to ban “Africans” from residing in their condominium, the management body of Ridzuan Condominium are at it again.

On October 24, they put up a notice stating that with immediate effect “individuals holding African nationalities” will be denied entry and not be allowed to rent units.

The notice, which was a result of an extraordinary general meeting (EGM) held on September 30, gave exceptions to “African” tenants currently residing there but required them to vacate their premises by January 1 next year.   Read the article………………

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