If God allows, I want to make a business in Indonesia.
“I’ve been working in the food court in Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur for two months and I think this is the only job that gives me more savings for our life. I started my first job at the construction site and worked for 2 years but I still needed to spend my money for lunch and dinner. I’ve worked hard but it’s even more difficult to make savings!
I recently got married to my wife in Malaysia. I never thought that I would meet my soulmate in Malaysia but we got married without our parents there to witness it. Both our parents understand our situation in Malaysia so they allowed our marriage and asked us to return to our hometown on Aidilfitri next year. So next year will be the first time I meet my two in-laws.
If God allows, I want to make a business in Indonesia. Doesn’t matter if it’s just a small business. I just want to earn a living in Indonesia and also provide employment opportunities for young people in my neighborhood. “
Muslimin, 24 years old, East Java