Sabah quake: First Toa Payoh Secondary opens condolence site for Singapore guide Daanish Amran

SINGAPORE - Those who wish to write tribute messages to Mr Muhammad Daanish Amran, the adventure guide who died along with six pupils and a teacher in the Sabah earthquake incident, can visit First Toa Payoh Secondary School (FTPSS).

A condolence site at his alma mater was opened on Monday from 9am to 6pm.

It will be opened till Friday (June 12) and next Monday (June 15) between 9am and 6pm.

A Facebook post by Ariffin Sha noted: "As many of us in the extended FTPSS family were not able to physically attend his funeral, the school has decided to open a tribute board for Daanish.

"This board will compile messages of tribute and condolences and it will be passed on to Daanish's family next week.

"Our alma mater holds a special place in Daanish's family as not only him, but his sister too studied there.

"Thus, it is important that we unite and express our tributes and condolences to a fellow member of the FTPSS family.

"Let us stand in solidarity with his family and do what we can to help time tide over this period of anguish."

leepearl@sph.com.sg