No Yellow Ribbon run this year but former participants continue to spread message of second chances

Mr Isam Sulong (wearing a cap) and Chief Warder Mohamad Ridzal Abdul Razak speaking to a Yellow Ribbon Community Project beneficiary. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
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SINGAPORE - While the Yellow Ribbon Prison Run will not be held this year because of the pandemic, there are still dedicated folk across the island intent on spreading its message of renewal and redemption.

Take private-hire car driver Isam Sulong, who spent almost eight years behind bars for drug-related offences before being released in 2014.

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