Radhi needs new ‘manifesto’ to attract ex-wife


  • Nation
  • Thursday, 18 Jul 2019

Compiled by TAN SIN CHOW, SIRA HABIBU and R. ARAVINTHAN 

VOCALIST Muhammad Radhi Raza­li wants to be together again with his ex-wife Nur Shahirah Ayu Zahari on the same day the Petaling Jaya lower syariah court affirmed their divorce on Tuesday, reported Kosmo!.

Radhi, 41, said he needed a new “manifesto” to persuade Nur Shahi­rah, 25, to open her heart and accept him again.

He also resolved to be “more mature”.

Radhi, who is twice divorced, said he would seek to reconcile with Nur Shahirah for the sake of their two children aged two and three.

 

> Rock Queen Ella wants to embark on a humanitarian mission to assist the underprivileged in Malaysia, reported Harian Metro.

Ella, who went to Lebanon three months ago on her maiden humanitarian mission to assist Syrian and Palestinian refugees, said she wants to help Malaysians as well.

“Many in Malaysia are in need of aid too,” said the 53-year-old singer.

“Apart from locals, we also want to assist the Rohingya community, among others.”

Ella also expressed her wish to return to Lebanon to assist the refugees there despite security and travel issues, as they were barred from entering military-controlled areas.

 

> The Malay newspapers also reported about the divorce between celebrity couple Fizo Omar and Mawar Abdul Karim.

The Syariah High Court has advised Fizo and Mawar to resolve their child custody issue cordially while they finalise their divorce case.

Syariah judge Abdul Shukor Abd Hamid hoped that their interim custody application would be amicably resolved.

“As they are divorcing on good terms, the court hopes they can resolve their child custody matter amicably,” the judge said.

Fizo and Mawar recently declared that they were still fond of each other despite ending their marriage last week.

Fizo had filed an affidavit objecting to Mawar’s condition that their two-year-old child Wan Maryam could not stay overnight with him until she reaches the age of four.

The above articles are compiled from the vernacular newspapers (Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil dailies). As such, stories are grouped according to the respective language/medium. Where a paragraph begins with a >, it denotes a separate news item. 

 

 


   

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