Badrul Hisham appointed as new NRD director general

KUALA LUMPUR: Home Ministry Registration and Organisation Division secretary Badrul Hisham Alias was appointed as the new director-general of the National Registration Department (NRD) effective Wednesday (Feb 28).

NRD in a statement announced the appointment to replace Zamri Misman who was transferred to the Legal Affairs Division (BHEUU) in the Prime Minister's Department on February 2.

Badrul Hisham, 52, has served in the public service for 27 years when he was first appointed as an Administrative and Diplomatic Officer (PTD) in 1997.

He had also served in the NRD as the Finance and Development Division director and the Identification Card Division director from 2015 to 2022, before he went to KDN as the Registration and Organisation Division secretary on July 18 2022.

Apart from that, the NRD also announced the appointment of Sarinah Apisah as NRD deputy director-general (Operations), on February 26 to replace Saiful Yazan Alwi who was assigned to the Malaysia Checkpoints and Border Agency (MCBA) of the Home Ministry.

"The NRD expresses its appreciation and thanks to Zamri and Saiful Yazan for all their contributions and service to NRD," it said in a statement.

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