Muhyiddin’s wisdom, humble approach has gained Malays` support

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KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin has managed to bring back dignity to the Malay Muslim leaders after having successfully restored the political and economic stability in the country that was plunging in political crisis and the COVID-19 pandemic.

Even though he was accused of betraying Pakatan Harapan (PH) or leading a “backdoor government,” Muhyiddin has gained big support and popularity amongst the Malay majority. Many Chinese and Indians have also started to like and support Muhyiddin’s leadership.

Muhyiddin has earned the respect and love from the Malay community with his humble, sincere and “beriman” (faith) approach.

He took over the government in the worse time, during COVID-19 outbreak, and economic and health crisis. However, he managed to overcome these difficulties via wise strategies, patience, and effective guidance.

He put aside politics and politicking and focused on the people’s welfare, at the same time addressed the pandemic and economic issues.

“We love our Prime Minister (PM) Muhyiddin. He has the wisdom and ‘barakah’ (blessings).

“He prays for the nation and recites “doa” wherever he wants to address the nation on TV throughout the Movement Control Order (MCO) and the COVID-19 crisis.

“His speech and “doa” have mellowed people’s stress, fear, and worries during the lockdown and the corona virus crisis,” a Malaysian citizen told MWN.

“Sure we want Muhyiddin to carry on as the PM,” he added.

The introduction of the economic stimulus package has also put the Malaysians especially the employers, employees, and business people at ease.

Bringing down the number of corona virus infections and death toll followed by the reopening and reviving of the economic sectors have clearly provided the evidence that Muhyiddin and the new Perikatan Nasional (PN) government has made a wise decision and moving forward to rebuild and develop the nation’s economic and political stability.

The former UMNO leader Muhyiddin has also turned the “blood to the face” of Barisan Nasional (BN) specifically Umno leaders when the party joined PN as one of the coalition’s parties.
Now many people including Malays and Chinese are returning to BN that has been blacklisted due to the alleged accusations of ex Umno leaders like Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Datuk Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi of corruptions and abuse of power.

Muhyiddin has also proven that the Malay Muslims are smart, intelligent people and deserve to lead the country successfully.

Winning the Chini state by-election yesterday (July 4) could be another important proves that the Malays have come back to BN and are contented with the current government led by Muhyiddin. –Malaysia World News


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