Suhaizan Kayat set to be appointed as Salahuddin Ayub's pol-sec


JOHOR BARU: Former state speaker Suhaizan Kayat is set to be appointed as the political secretary to Domestic Trade and Cost of Living Minister Datuk Seri Salahuddin Ayub (pic).

Salahuddin said that he had submitted a letter to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim a few days ago to appoint Suhaizan to be his political secretary.

“I have appointed Suhaizan to be my political secretary, where his main responsibility is to provide the best service to the people of Pulai and ensure that each complaint and report from the public could be addressed immediately.

“We have submitted the letter and if it is approved, all political secretaries will be sworn in the near future,” said Salahuddin, who is also the Pulai MP.

He said this to the press when met after attending a circumcision program held at Masjid Al Mizan Kempas here on Saturday (Dec 10).

He added that Suhaizan will be able to carry out the role well, as he is an experienced politician who had also served as a state speaker previously.

“Suhaizan is a seasoned politician who is also a Parti Amanah Negara (Amanah) leader in the Pulai area and a former state speaker.

“I am confident that his vast experience will allow him to serve the people and the service centre here well,” he said.

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