KOTA BAHARU: — The mother of late Cpl Azman Che Soh who died while on duty with the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) in Lebanon on Saturday, was grateful to have been given the opportunity to see her son’s face for the last time.
Hazimah Jusoh, 60, who accepted her son’s death as the destiny of God said Azman was a good son.
“He (Azman) was a good man and was always in contact with his siblings to monitor their wellbeing,” she said when met by reporters at her residence in Kampung Pelunggul, Melor here, Thursday night.
Earlier the body of Azman was brought from Lebanon in a Charlie C-130 aircraft and arrived at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) before being transported to the Royal Malaysia Air Force base in Subang and later flown to the Sultan Ismail Petra Airport, here.
The body was laid to rest at the Kampung Tegayung Muslim Cemetery in Melor at about 9pm.
Azman who had served at the Sungai Udang Camp in Melaka left behind a widow Fatimah Senik, 32, and three children aged 7, 4 and 3. — BERNAMA