Delifrance Publish time 6-4-2009 03:10 AM

Originally posted by Syd at 6-4-2009 01:13
riza tu anak dorang ke?

dah tua ko..

biar betik..

idung pung mcm squidward

err.... aku rasa umur nizar najib pon dlm 30/31 tahun ni.. sebaya??

abang si azrene kot?

[ Last edited byDelifrance at 6-4-2009 03:26 ]

ctredzuan Publish time 6-4-2009 03:29 AM

pelik anak2 dia ni, yg mana satu anak betul anak tak betul ek..
cemana sejarah kahwin dia dulu?

Syd Publish time 6-4-2009 07:21 AM

Reply #82 ctredzuan's post

antara bijan ngan ahkak pink

salasilah si ahkak pink lagi bersilang seli..penuh misteri

itu laa hebatnya ahkak pink

Delifrance Publish time 6-4-2009 08:17 AM

Najib Tun Razak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

He has three sons (Nizar, Nazifuddin and Norashman) and two daughters (Puteri Norlisa and Nooryana Najwa). Najib received his primary and secondary ........


Nazifuddin tu yg mana pulak?

yipun78 Publish time 6-4-2009 08:18 AM

Ordinary Lives For Riza, Gina & Ashman Despite Having PM As Father

By Sh.Nur Shahrizad Syed Mohd Shahrer

KUALA LUMPUR, April 5 (Bernama) -- Their father may be the country's prime minister but for Riza Shahriz, Nooriyana Najwa and Norashman Razak, they say that their lives are just like any other ordinary citizen.

For them, they get no special treatment. Life has not changed even though their father, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, has ascended to the country's most powerful position as prime minister.

And living abroad and far away from their parents have enabled Riza, 31, Nooriyana, 21 and Norashman, 18, to be more independent.

They also do their own chores. "There is no difference in terms of family life, it's still the same and I'm sure Mummy (Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor) and Daddy (Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak) expect the same from all of us.

"(When) we go back to our normal lives in London and Washington DC, we still have to clean our rooms and take out the trash," said Nooriyana or fondly known as Gina by family and friends.

Nooriyana is currently into her second year pursuing studies in International Politics and Foreign Policies at the prestigious Georgetown University in the United States capital.

Her younger brother, Norashman, or fondly known as Ashman, is a first year student in International Relations Studies at the same university.

Riza is in corporate finance at HSBC London, where he has been working for the last seven years.

When met at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) before departing to their own respective destinations early Sunday, Norashman believed that what made their parents proud was their achieving what they have today through their own hard work and not due to connections to the prime minister.

"The best way to make both my mum and father happy is that we make it out there in the world on our own, stand on our own two feet and make it out there based on our achievements, not just because we are so and so's son or daughter.

That (the achievements) would make them really proud," he said.

Rosmah, who was also present at the interview, said that she wanted them to lead a normal life, like ordinary people and normal university students.

"There is no special treatment for them overseas. They are just ordinary children and university students. I don't allow them to have special treatment.

"They still have to go through the normal channels for immigration and they still have to carry their own bags," she said as Ashman and Gina nodded in agreement.

On what they could do to help their prime minister father, Riza, on behalf of his siblings, said of utmost importance was to behave accordingly.

"Number one for us is to be good kids and not to give him any trouble so that he can actually focus on his responsibilities 150 percent without having us as a burden," he said.

Although Riza admits being children of the prime minister may be a privilege, they also realise that it comes with heavy responsibilities as well.

"Yes, we do get to be in (selected) places when we travel, see a lot of new places, meeting lots of important people, which I guess, normal people wouldn't have the chance to do so, but at the same time, we will be subject to pressure in terms of the (certain) responsibilities which normal people wouldn't be subjected to.

"So it has got to be the 'ying' and 'yang', good and bad, hopefully throughout the months and years to come, Insyallah, we will be able to navigate those muddy waters in the best way we can," he said.

When asked if they might follow Najib's footstep in politics, Norashman said it was too early for him to tell while Nooriyana pointed out that one needed to have certain qualities to be a good leader.

"It's a bit too early to tell, but I always tell myself and my sister that wanting to study politics does not mean that we are going to become politicians...we might not want to be in the front line like our father," said Norashman.

As for Nooriyana, she said: "I think people (often) under-estimate what it takes to be a good leader. In growing up with my father, we have seen how hard he works and the sacrifices he had to make. And it's not just about the publicity, I mean, you really have to have it in you to be a good leader."

Riza said their father never pressured any one of them to follow his footsteps by going into politics.

"But he did say that, 'whatever role you play in society, I want you to contribute well. It does not matter whether it is in politics, accountancy, law or banking or others, just make sure you make a contribution to the country in some form. And it does not have to be politics'," he said.

On their hopes for Najib, Nooriyana said she hoped that her father would be a fair leader to all.

She said her father's strong will and rational thinking were among the strongest points that he possessed as a leader.

"The fact is that he does not get pressured by emotions...he does not get easily influenced by other peoples' suggestions. He has a clear vision of what he wants to do and I think that is the most important characteristic as a be objective," she emphasised.

Norashman felt that the premier's strongest strength was that he could maintain his composure even during emotional moments.

"He (Najib) doesn't give in to his emotions. Instead, he would always try to think what is the rational thing to do," he confided.

Riza attributes Najib's strongest point to his sharp-thinking mind.

"He is a very sharp man as well. I see him on a daily basis, he can switch from having a nap for 20 minutes and then when he wakes up, he can just immediately talk about (Barrack) Obama's speech, or the financial crisis, or the credit crunch immediately (after that)," he said.

"Being calm while under pressure but remaining sharp at the same time is certainly a very, very good combination to have in a leader. As a result, we have 150 percent confidence in him," he said before joining his siblings to catch their flights.


kodoklawa Publish time 6-4-2009 08:20 AM

Balas #83 Syd\ catat

tu yg aku musykil:o :o ;P

choclatemousse Publish time 6-4-2009 09:06 AM

anak ngan laki dulu kotttttt

rienafaiz Publish time 6-4-2009 09:12 AM

lawa lagi anak belah isteri pertama....

yipun78 Publish time 6-4-2009 09:15 AM anak dan menantu terbuang :lol:

lady_lily Publish time 6-4-2009 09:31 AM

Bini first dia dulu lawa ....tinggi lampai persis model. Mak aku kata kalau time minum pagi, dia orang yg tahu dia turun kul baper, lekas2 turun sebab nak tengok dia.

misschubby Publish time 6-4-2009 09:42 AM

sape2 leh critakan dgn lbh lanjut,sape x wife najib&sape x husband rosmah.dan sape ank2 diorg bersama x masing...
aku pon naik musykil:L

rienafaiz Publish time 6-4-2009 10:00 AM

ex wife najib kawan mak aku... org kelantan...
cantik tinggi....

tapibukanaku Publish time 6-4-2009 10:06 AM

pnah 1 sekolah dgn puteri norlisa..mmg tinggi pun..cute n cantekkk

mimi77 Publish time 6-4-2009 10:08 AM

eh....yg umo 31 tu anak najib dgn bini dulu ke?anak najib dgn rosmah bukan ke kecik2 lagi?i mean takde la tua kan?

nongkrong Publish time 6-4-2009 10:11 AM

anak pm yg cantik dgn bini pertmaje

yipun78 Publish time 6-4-2009 11:54 AM

Give him a chance, PM's children urge Malaysians
Mohd Nizar Najib and Puteri Norlisa Najib say their father is a good listener.

KUALA LUMPUR:One can only imagine what it is like to be the children of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

Even before he became prime minister, he was a busy man, with obligations to Umno, as a menteri besar and a cabinet minister.

Trips overseas were to enhance bilateral relations with other nations, not to go on vacation with the family.

Although he was born in Kuala Lipis, going back to Pahang meant meetings with his constituents, not balik kampung time with his family.

Bernama interviewed his eldest son Mohd Nizar, 31, and daughter Puteri Norlisa, 28, on what it was like growing up with such a formidable man as a father.

"Being a politician, time with the family was limited. He had to make a lot of sacrifices to carry out his tasks as a politician but made it a point to see us whenever he could," said Nizar, adding that despite his hectic schedule, Najib never neglected his duties as a father.

He ensured that they received the best education and that all their needs were taken care of.

Puteri Norlisa said: "That was the reality of it. It was not a 9 to 5 job. Come Saturday or Sunday, he would still be working as there were people needing his guidance.

"We had to be understanding about it but he did make us a priority whenever he could. We did get the chance to see him once he made the time."

Nizar, a management consultant, said his father always stressed the importance of education, of working hard and of not giving up.

"For example, when I was studying for my chartered accountancy exams, he advised me to keep on trying and never to give up. Alhamdulillah, I succeeded.

"He said this was important because many people gave up when they were nearing the pinnacle of success."

Puteri Norlisa agreed, saying that her father would constantly call, SMS or visit her when she was studying in England to ensure that she was doing all right.

She returned to Malaysia three months ago after spending 10 years studying and working in England, the last three years as a solicitor at Eversheds in London.

Both siblings went to the University of Nottingham, Najib's alma mater.

And, just like Najib, Nizar received his primary and early secondary education at St John's Institution in Kuala Lumpur before gaining admission to Malay College Kuala Kangsar to continue his fourth and fifth forms.

Nizar also took a degree in industrial economics, like his father, and is a Youth member of Titiwangsa Umno division.

Puteri Norlisa, however, said she was not politically inclined.

Asked about the qualities they admired most in their father, Nizar said it was his ability to remain calm under pressure.

"He can remain calm and composed in very tense situations. As a leader, he is not quick to panic or to jump to conclusions when confronted with controversial situations.

"However, he does not take too much time to decide on a matter. After gathering enough facts and a thorough consultation, he will make his decisions promptly."

He added that his father was also a good listener "and that's not an easy thing to do".

Puteri Norlisa, meanwhile, talked about her father as a leader. "He has held several ministerial portfolios, so when it comes to the country's administration, his general knowledge is very good.

"It's inspiring to hear him talk of his ambitions for the future of the country because he is passionate about it."

Asked how they dealt with the unpleasant rumours surrounding Najib over the past two years, Nizar said it was merely politics.

"We believe in him and what he stands for. The allegations thrown at him were baseless and unfair. But, as a son, I believe he has a good heart."

On their father becoming prime minister, they said they were thankful to God but were aware of the burden and the responsibility.

They also expressed confidence in his ability to steer the country through the global financial crisis.

Nizar appealed to Malay- sians to keep an open mind and heart towards his father.

"I ask Malaysians to give my father a chance to prove his capabilities and leadership ability." -- Bernama

mizzarwenlotr Publish time 6-4-2009 12:14 PM

Originally posted by Delifrance at 6-4-2009 08:17
Najib Tun Razak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

He has three sons (Nizar, Nazifuddin and Norashman) and two daughters (Puteri Norlisa and Nooryana Najwa). Najib received his primary and sec ...
nazifudin anak ngan tg puteri zainah

mizzarwenlotr Publish time 6-4-2009 12:15 PM

Originally posted by tapibukanaku at 6-4-2009 10:06
pnah 1 sekolah dgn puteri norlisa..mmg tinggi pun..cute n cantekkk
u from cbn gak ke

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