The Charity Shop’s Debts
Monday, 11 July 2022
Aksi Cepat Tanggap had the ambition to own a retail network targeted at Muslims. This ambition ends up in police investigation.
DUST blanketed the iron door to the shop-house in Bukit Mampang Residence, Depok, West Java. A plank that said “Sodaqo Bahana, Our Groceries Our Charity, Powered by Hydro” was still placed above the establishment’s door. The minimart was once part of the retail network previously owned by Aksi Cepat Tanggap, or ACT.
Residents around the shop are unaware of who owned the shop. “It’s been closed for more than one year...
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