KPS important to drive consumer education at school level -Saifuddin

Last update: 22/08/2019

PORT DICKSON, Aug 22  -- The School Consumers Club (KPS) has been driving consumer education at the school level since its inception in 1995,  said Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail.

He said since its inception, a total of 63,477 students from 2,071 schools had enrolled as KPS members.

"The four key focus of KPS are consumer awareness and rights, prudent spending, balanced nutrition and environmental conservation," he said when closing the Consumer Interactive Challenge (CIP) program at Eagle Ranch here today.

Saifuddin's speech text was read out by his ministry's Secretary-General Datuk Muez Abd Aziz.

The three day programme under KPS, began Tuesday in 16 schools across the country.