KUALA LUMPUR, 30 APRIL, 2012: A prominent businessman has kick-started the Malaysian Digest's campaign to help locate 12-year-old Nayati Shamelin Moodliar, who was abducted early Friday morning, by offering RM50,000 for information leading to the safe return of the boy.
The businessman, who wished to remain anonymous, agreed to offer the reward after the Malaysian Digest contacted him this morning.
"I will help in whatever way I can. What is RM50,000 compared to the safe return of the boy?," said the businessman.
From today, Malaysian Digest has a dedicated space on our website at www.malaysiandigest.com to galvanise Malaysians to help locate the boy.
As part of our "Bring Nayati Home" campaign, we will tweet reminders to assist in locating him every hour from today, and we hope our readers will re-tweet them as frequently possible.
Malaysian Digest hopes our readers will also assist by spreading word on the campaign via Facebook and other forms of communication. Let's bring Nayati home to his family.