Medan – Even though he only won a silver medal in the Ju-jutsu branch at PON XX Papua, the athlete Agung Abdilla is still the proud son of his parents.
“My family and I are happy and grateful, Agung won a silver medal at the XX Papua PON,” said Jayus Saputra, the father of Agung Abdillah explaining to the media crew in Medan, Monday (11/10/2021).
According to this middle-aged man who works as a Betor (motorized rickshaw) puller, what Agung has achieved is a priceless gift.
At least, Agung, who aspires to become a member of the TNI or Police, has achieved a proud achievement, he said.
In addition, Jayus hopes that apart from achieving achievements in the Ju-jutsu branch, Agung can also achieve his dream of becoming a member of the TNI or Polri.
“Agung really wants to be a soldier or a policeman. I pray that my son will be able to achieve his goals,” Jayus hoped.
Jayus’s pride did not end there, moreover, many neighbors and relatives came to his house at Jalan Karyawati No.25 Tanjung Rejo Medan, to give encouragement and support.
“The support and prayers of relatives are clearly very petrifying and encouraging for Agung, so that he can achieve achievements,” he admitted.
Even though he only won a silver medal, Jayus said he was still grateful, “Hearing that Agung won a silver medal in the Ju-jutsu branch, I immediately bowed in gratitude,” he said, moved.
What Jayus Syaputra said is true. Problem, as a simple family but having children who excel at the national level, is something extraordinary.
Moreover, Agung Abdillah is still young, he was born on November 20, 2003, he still has enough time to achieve higher achievements at the national level.
At least, Jayus hopes that his son, Agung Abdillah, will continue to practice and keep the spirit to improve quality, so that he can improve his achievements.
“I continue to encourage and pray day and night for Agung to achieve achievements, as well as to achieve his goals as a member of the TNI or Polri,” he concluded.