It’s vital to groom next generation

AS I was listening to his talk at the Concorde Club session, a gathering of journalists and opinion shapers last week, I could not help but think where he is heading politically now. He has left Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia and his party Muda has yet to be registered.

Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman (pic) has all the ingredients of a future leader – young, suave, articulate, confident, clever.

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