Pemuda Cina Peluk Najib, Bangga Dapat Jumpa PM

Kuala Lumpur – Seorang pemuda cina yang menggunakan nama William Cheah menerusi akaun ‘facebook’ memuat naik status bagi melahirkan rasa bangganya apabila dapat bertemu dengan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

 

Melalui status tersebut William berkata, selain makan malam dia dan beberapa rakannya yang lain turut berkesempatan menikmati teh tarik dengan bersama pemimpin utama negara itu.

 

Katanya, dia yang duduk berhadapan dengan Najib selama hampir dua jam berbicara mengenai pelbagai isu termasuk MH370 juga GST.

 

“Ya saya berjumpa dengan Perdana Menteri, saya dan bebrapa orang yang lain menikmati jamuan makan malam dan teh tarik dengan beliau.

 

“Hampir dua jam saya duduk berhadapan dengan beliau, ya saya rasa sangat berbangga” uajrnya melalui status tersebut.

 

William yang dipanggil ke pejabat Perdana Menteri kerana pandangan melalui penulisannya ini juga melahirkan rasa kagum beliau terhadap perdana menteri.

 

Katanya, Najib merupakan seorang yang ‘humble’, baik tenang dan pemalu. Tiada satu patah perkataan yang mengutuk dan terkeluar dari pemimpin itu.

 

“Beliau (Najib) merupakan seorang lelaki yang menarik dan rendah diri tapi agak pemalu. Beliau juga baik dan suka mendengar..

 

“Namun perkara paling menarik berjumpa dengannya ialah, beliau seorang yang jujur dan ikhlas” tulisnya lagi.

 

Selain itu, William juga bertegas bahawa dia bukanlah seorang penyokong dan fanatik BN. Tetapi dia mungkin seorang daripada penyokong kepada Najib.

 

“Satu perkara yang akan terus kekal dalam ingatan saya ketika beliau melahirkan rasa kecewanya apabila kerajaan dihina dan dikritik oleh masyarakat secara tidak adil.

 

“Pada saya beliau merupakan seorang lelaki, seorang pemimpin, seorang pejuang dan disebabkan itu juga saya memeluk beliua” ujarnya pula.

 

Mengakhiri statusnya, William juga berharap agar semua orang berpeluang untuk mengenali siapa perdana menteri yang sebenarnya. – SuaraTV

 

 

 

Berikut adalah tulisan penuh William berhubung perjumpaannya bersama Perdana Menteri:

 

 

Yes I met the PM. Had some food and Teh tarik with him and a few people. I sat right opposite him for close to 2 hours.

 

And yes I felt honoured.

 

A few days ago I was invited to meet some people from the PM’s Office regarding my views and writings. Together with some distinguished and respected online writers. And yes, I was very honoured to have been considered in the same category as them. It was supposed to be a low key meet up to ask our views and opinions.

 

But when I arrived, I was told the PM would be there. AND…here’s the important part….We were asked to ask the PM about anything. MH370, GST…anything..We were asked to air our viewpoints no matter how tough or sensitive it was. Directly to him. No script. No prep. No advisor.

 

And let me tell you something. I am not a fan of BN.. I think they have so much more room for improvements. But I left the place, if not a fan of BN, then a fan of the Man.

 

How is he like? He is a man. Humble and interestingly, a bit shy. He was kind and he was attentive. But the most important thing I liked about meeting him was…He was honest and sincere. About the failings around us. He did not hide or give excuses. Not 1 word to condemn anyone. He was responsible. And he was striving to correct those things. And that was what I wanted to know. That was all I needed to know.

 

I am not in awe of him. I am not in awe of anyone. Never have been. But respect… that I have alot of it now for him.

 

Of all the questions and topics we talked about…The one that will stay with me forever, is when he expressed the hurt and frustration he felt when our own people criticised and condemned the efforts of the government UNFAIRLY. He spoke about how things that should unite us is tearing us apart. But even in those words, I could hear in his voice, determination to overcome this and build a better nation.

 

How I wish each and every Malaysian could have had this opportunity.

 

It may not sway your opinion, as it has not swayed mine. But it would have given you a chance to truly understand what it was like to be in his shoes.

 

He is a man. A leader. A patriot. A Malaysian. I think that’s what matters most. And for that I gave him a hug.

 

 

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