Republic Poly grad follows dad's footsteps into rail sector, fulfilling a dream held for over 20 years

  Republic Polytechnic alumni Muhammad Syahirul Annuar Musa, 28, works in SMRT as a train service controller.
Republic Polytechnic alumni Muhammad Syahirul Annuar Musa, 28, works in SMRT as a train service controller. ST PHOTO: KHALID BABA

SINGAPORE - Mr Muhammad Syahirul Annuar Musa, 28, grew up wanting to follow in his father's footsteps and work in the rail sector.

His father, Mr Musa Bari, 52, a rail services manager in SMRT, has been working in the industry for about two decades now.

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