Najib Razak vs Najib Mikati

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Prime Minister of Malaysia
Net worth 2018
$2.73 Billion
Prime Ministers
Industry
Telecom
Kuala Lipis
Residence
Beirut, Lebanon
Malaysian
Country
Lebanon
23/07/1953
BirthDay
24/11/1955
1.78 m
Height
Children
3
University of Nottingham, Malvern College
Education
Bachelor of Arts / Science, American University Beirut Lebanon; Master of Business Administration, American University Beirut Lebanon
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2020

His vision is to make Malaysia a high-income nation and a developed country by 2020

2009

Najib was sworn in as Prime Minister of Malaysia on 3 April 2009

2008

In October 2008 Prime Minister Badawi announced he would step down in March 2009, paving the way for Najib to succeed him on the condition that Najib had to win party elections set for March 2009

2004

Mahathir retired in 2004 and was replaced by his deputy, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi

2000

He returned to the Ministry of Defence in 2000 for a second term

1995

After serving as in the Defence Ministry for four years, Najib became the Minister for Education in 1995

1993

Under him, the Malaysian troops were deployed to assist the UN peacekeeping forces in Bosnia in 1993

1991

In 1991 Mahathir appointed him as Minister of Defence

1987

The couple had three children before divorcing in 1987

1982

He also played a key role in establishing Yayasan Pahang, a foundation dedicated to promoting education and sports among the youth of Pahang through scholarships and funding, in 1982

1976

His father died unexpectedly in 1976 and Razak was elected to take his father’s place in the lower house of parliament

1974

Then he went to England to pursue higher studies and attended Malvern College in Worcestershire before moving on to the University of Nottingham, from where he received a bachelor's degree in industrial economics in 1974

1953

He was born as Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak on 23 July 1953 in Kuala Lipis, Pahang, Malaya (now Malaysia) as the eldest son of Malaysian Prime Minister Abdul Razak