KUALA LUMPUR, April 14 (Bernama) — The traits of the second Malaysian prime minister, the late Tun Abdul Razak Hussein, who was concerned about the problems faced by the people, is clearly inherent in his eldest son, Datuk Seri Najib, who is the country’s sixth Prime Minister.
Abdul Razak’s former aide-de-camp, Datuk Mohd Nordin Idris said these traits were clearly visible when Najib made surprise visits to Brickfields, Petaling Street and Kerinchi as soon as he was appointed Prime Minister.
Speaking at the Tun Abdul Razak forum at the ‘Akademi Seni Budaya dan Warisan Kebangsaan’ here, today, he said Abdul Razak was a leader who was committed to his work to bring development to the nation at all times.
“He (Abdul Razak) worked all the time, from morning till late at night.
“When he had the time, he was prepared to go to all parts of the country to look for himself the people’s condition of living and make plans to improve their livelihood,” he said.
Source : Bernama