Used to be millions of fans thanks to his talent and appearance as an actor, but Malaysia’s youngest former minister is facing many problems.
Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman was born in 1992, he is a famous politician in Malaysia. He became the new Youth and Sports Minister in 2018 at the age of 25, the youngest Minister in the country. At the time of taking office, Syed Saddiq attracted the attention of millions of fans because of not only his talent, but also his handsome appearance, especially his sunny smile and captivating eyes.
Not only that, Syed Saddiq’s achievements also made many people admire. Accordingly, he graduated from the International Islamic University of Malaysia. When he was a student, he was very famous when he won the title of Best Orator in Asia 3 times at the Asian British Parliamentary (ABP) Debating Championship.
Notably, Syed Saddiq has won scholarships to study abroad twice, but he refused with the reason “need to serve the Malaysian people”. It is known that Syed Saddiq also studied Master in Public Policy at Oxford University.
Before becoming a minister, Syed Saddiq was famous in Malaysian politics in 2016. At that time, he and 24 other young people founded a group called “Change Led by the Young Generation”. He is a very hardworking, enthusiastic and responsible person. As revealed by Syed, he used to work 17 hours a day to help support his family.
Talking about the purpose of becoming a Minister, this 9X marshal said that he wants to change attitudes and culture among young people. At the same time, he is committed to promoting youth to continue to be the focus of the development of the country.
With his talent, everyone thinks that Syed Saddiq’s political career will be more and more prosperous and sublimated with outstanding achievements. But in July, the former minister was charged with corruption in a court in Kuala Lumpur.
Accordingly, Syed Saddiq is accused of embezzling RM1 million (more than VND 5 billion at current exchange rates) from Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s Indigenous Solidarity Party (Bersatu) of Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin. In addition, he was also charged with two counts of treason, but Syed Saddiq refused to plead guilty and said that the charges against him were politically motivated.
In 2020, Syed Saddiq reported to the police the theft of RM 250,000 (over 1.3 billion) in the safe at his home in Selangor state. This led the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate. He is accused of committing the offence between April 8 and 21, 2018. If convicted, Malaysia’s youngest minister could face a fine of six months to five years in prison. It is known that the next trial is expected to take place in September.
The above incident has greatly affected the career of the former marshal minister, and will even be destroyed if he is sentenced to prison. This makes many people regret for a talented and hardworking talent with outstanding appearance like him.
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