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Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak took to Facebook admitting his mistake for breaching standard operating procedure (SOP) while visiting a popular chicken rice shop in Kuala Lumpur.

in his Facebook status he writes, “I acknowledge the criticisms I have received for my actions.”

“With regards to my ‘check-in’ status, arrangements have been made so as to ensure that I entered the shop and sat straightaway.”

“However due to the arrangements made, I did not perform the proper SOP when visiting the shop.”

Salam sejahtera. Saya buat, saya mengaku. Saya menerima baik kritikan dan pandangan.Ya benar. Saya makan di Kedai…

Posted by Najib Razak on Friday, March 19, 2021

Isn’t that a breath of fresh air – a politician admitting his mistakes.

“I usually adhere to the SOP.”

“I urge the authorities to issue me a summon for my mistakes.”

Understanding that the compound for not scanning the MySejahtera app is RM1,500, Najib aims to pay it within 7 days to ensure that he gets the early bird 50% discount.

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“There are no double standards in my book. I would also like to assure the public that I continuously perform Covid-19 test and results have been negative thus far. 

Let’s hope that Najib’s actions be emulated by other politicians, especially those who continuously deny having to break SOPs in their day-to-day activities.


Also read: Not Wearing Mask, First-Time Offenders & Those Who Break These SOPs Will Be Fined RM1,500

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