The King and I


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  • Thursday, 01 Feb 2024

AL-SULTAN Abdullah of Pahang became the Agong, or King, at a time of profound change in the nation’s political landscape.

Under his reign, Malaysia navigated through the unprecedented challenges posed by the global Covid-19 pandemic, demonstrating resilience and achieving a commendable recovery.

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