Friday, March 22, 2013

Success Of National Transformation Agenda Due To People's Prayers, Support - Najib

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said that everything that was planned for the country, particularly the national transformation agenda, suceeded due to the prayers and support of the people.

"We have done a lot to help the people. Insya Allah if we receive mandate from the people, I believe that our dream will come true," he said an interview with UFM radio station this morning.

On the Sulu terrorist intrusion in Lahad Datu, Sabah, Najib said the country's territorial integrity must be preserved as Sabah rightfully belongs to Malaysia.

"Malaysians must support security forces to safeguard security, sovereignty and integrity of our territories," he said in the segment 'Bersama Perdana Menteri' helmed by deejays Jimmy Shanley and Tyzo.

UFM radio station broadcast can be heard on the 101.3 FM frequency in the Klang Valley.

In the two hour interview, the prime minister also shared insight into his personal life which not many people knew including what he does when at home.

"I usually sleep from five to six hours. Before sleeping, I drink Milo, catch the latest news on television or read a book."

Asked what profession he would have joined, Najib said he could not imagine doing anything else because he was involved in politics for a long time, since 22 years-old.

"When young, I planned to pursue MBA (Master of Business Administration) and later join politics, but the situation changed when by father (Tun Abdul Razak Hussein) died."

On what he would have loved to do, he said: "I wanted to be an athlete, play golf with single handicap, being a football player is also great...but they were dreams when young.

Najib said he exercises at least three times weekly for one hour with help of a coach and limit food intake as he can gain weight fast.

"Since I work out in the gym, my body fat has been reduced and replaced with muscle. I hope to continue exercising at least three times weekly as it is my KPI but sometimes it is hard to achieve."

Talking about his family, the prime minister said he would contact his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor at least once a day.

"If I have a programme outstation, I will contact her at least once or twice daily to say hello and tell her about the programmes, whether the response was good or not."

Meanwhile in PENANG, in an exclusive interview with Pi Mai FM radio, he urged the people of Penang to make a change.

"The time has come for them (Penangites) to make a change. Haria Haria Penang," he said when asked by radio deejay Azmir Aziz.

Najib used the Penang slang 'Haria' which means to make drastic change. The one hour interview gave listeners the chance to learn about his character.

Pi Mai FM operating in the nation's capital is available via the 90.2 FM frequency in Penang, southern Kedah and northern Perak.

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