PM makes young 'reporter' Muhammad Haziq's dream come true

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (right) sharing a light-hearted moment with young ‘reporter’ Muhammad Haziq Mohd Asyraf (left) after being interviewed by him at a hotel in Alor Setar on Sunday (Feb 6).

ALOR SETAR: Young ‘reporter’ Muhammad Haziq Mohd Asyraf from Bukit Selambau, Sungai Petani, who gained Internet fame with his slick reporting style on the discovery of a large python at a public market, has achieved his dream of interviewing the Prime Minister.

The 12-year-old met Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob at a hotel here on Sunday and was given the opportunity to interview the country's number one leader.

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