Members of the Perak Media Sports and Welfare Club visited Noor Azian Ramli, Ipoh City Council’s official photographer who met with a motor accident on March 2018.
Noor Azian or also known as Abang Yan, 50, sustained head injuries and some broken ribs. He is bedridden and is unable to talk or walk due to his injuries.
Club president Rosli Mansor Ahmad Razali said that ‘Abang’ Yan was by nature a jovial and friendly guy. He was very hardworking and would always give his best whenever working with his media partners.
“We felt sad looking at Noor Azian’s condition. He looks so helpless. However, we admire his wife for being by his side in his hour of need.
“We hope Noor Azian gets well soon and returns to being the fun guy he was before,” he told Ipoh Echo after handing RM200 to the wife at their residence in Persiaran Pengkalan Pegoh Aman 2, Taman Desa Aman, Ipoh on Tuesday, January 29.
According to his wife Junainah Azizah, 42, her husband’s condition has improved over time and this was a positive sign. “For almost a year after the accident, my husband couldn’t recognise us. Our positive outlook is what has kept us going. Today, he is able to identify us and move his body a little.
“I’d like to thank club members for your support. We’re going through a very rough patch now but are pleased that his colleagues are around to help him. I hope my husband will be cured soon,” she said.
Noor Azian has been Ipoh City Council’s official photographer for 18 years.
He has four sons and a daughter ranging from 11 to 21 years old.