Sultan Ibrahim known for unwavering commitment to welfare of the people


SULTAN Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar of Johor officially takes over as the 17th Yang di-Pertuan Agong on Wednesday (Jan 31).

His Majesty has been the Ruler of Johor since 2010.

Sultan Ibrahim is known for being magnanimous and outspoken, and he is considered to be a caring and progressive ruler.

His Majesty is also known for his unwavering commitment to the welfare of the people, particularly the poor of all races.

Sultan Ibrahim places great emphasis on the fight against corruption, and is quick to speak against those who practice racial discrimination.

His Majesty is also a champion for unity and discipline.

Despite his sternness, His Majesty has an amiable personality and is well liked and respected by all.

His Majesty is known for his various philanthropic efforts and initiatives aimed at improving the well-being of the people in Johor, especially the less fortunate.

The Johor Ruler has shown a commitment to environmental conservation by supporting initiatives to protect the state's natural resources, including efforts to preserve forests and promote sustainability.

Sultan Ibrahim has also taken steps to preserve and promote the rich cultural heritage of Johor, including supporting traditional arts, festivals, and cultural events.

Sultan Ibrahim also has a passion for sports and has participated in international championships, according to His Majesty's official coronation website.

His Majesty is also an avid sportsman, sailor, shooter, racer and parachutist. Polo is his favourite sport.

Malaysians are looking forward to His Majesty’s reign for the next five years to ensure stability and economic progress for all.

TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE

Chairman,

Alliance For A Safe Community

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