Fierce-fully Rafidah

Rafidah made a promise in her memoir: As long as she lives, she will continue to speak out. – KAMARUL ARIFFIN/The Star

Written during the Covid-19 lockdown, Rafidah Aziz’s memoir shares her exciting moments and heartbreaks in an over 30-year political and public service career.

TAN SRI Rafidah Aziz makes no apologies for being a fierce person and a slave driver as some people would describe her. If you are on the receiving end, you will just have to bear with it. But behind that steely persona, Rafidah is a very warm person.

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