PMO media and strategic communications head resigns

PETALING JAYA: The chief media and strategic communications of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) Datuk Wan Nurzila Wan Abd Rahman allegedly handed in her 24-hour notice on May 3 and ended her service on Thursday (May 4).

The PMO, in a statement Friday (May 5), thanked Wan Nurzila for her service and said that the Malaysia Madani dissemination would be continued.

A PMO source had stated that her abrupt resignation was over media initiatives to propagate the Malaysia Madani theme of the Federal Government and alleged friction with the Community Communications Department.

It is not known who will be replacing her.

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