Wed 12 Apr, 2023 03:03 am
MOSG said volunteers and the MP secured a rental unit for Mr Yip since late last year. However, due to personal reasons, he prefers to sleep on the void deck.
Would it be better if "for personal reasons" replaces "due to personal reasons", as "due to" implies "because", so it seems redundant.
Both sentences are equivalent. "For" and "due to" are both other ways of saying "because of".