Tuesday, 13 September 2022

Sukan sekolah

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

Hari Jumaat baru-baru ni ambil peluang untuk bersama-sama anak-anak dalam acara sukan tahunan sekolah. Inilah antara program-program sekolah yang aku boleh attend selain PIBG dan aktiviti luar.

Kalau depa exam mana boleh join kan.

Anak-anak  pun expect abah depa pergi support.

Jadi aku pun apply cuti.

So pepagi lagi dah bergerak ke Komplek Sukan UPM Serdang. Pukul 7.30am suppose to start kan. Tapi banyak sangat gimik nya perbarisan hinggakan pukul 10.am baru mula acara lari.

 

Timing maybe lari ni, sebab hari Jumaat, aku fikir.

Bila buka buku program digital ianya patut habs 12 atau 12.30 noon.

Apapun dipendekkan story, memang bersambug lepas Jumaat. Lari timing banyak sangat.

Takpelah.. aku dah diskus denagn PKHEM supaya kena ada event manager yang jaga timing supaya kalau behind schedule tu yang lain kena pederas. Cepatkan supaya dapat kejar masa.

Atau pun jangan buatfull event  sukan hari Jumaat. Kalau tak boleh juga buat selected event ja. Acara gimik perbarisan kena limitkan 90 saat ke, Sebab event ialah sukan. Jangan ber”tik tok” banyak sangat.

 






Alhamdulillah acara habis pukul 4pm, dan anak-anak semua berjaya dapat pingat. Dari gangsa hinggalah emas.


Thursday, 8 September 2022

Uncle D Restoran Kg Bharu

Sotong celup tepung rm10/100g.
7/10

Kerang 7/10

Telur bungkus 8/10


Hujan lebat sekarang ni dan agak lama disini ..
Hmm malam minggu pulak..eh mlm Jumaat. 

Asalnya nak berjalan² sambil cari gerai yg tak pernah kami try. Ingat nak berjalan jauh sikit.
Rupanya nak jadi asbab..hampir hujan tadi maka terus pilih kedai ni.. Depan ja Legasi Kg Bharu.
Sedang berlangsung berdating dengan Lurvy.. 
Maka snap gambar dulu..dan post.

Makanan sedap..
Overall 7.5/10

Sebab apa 7.5  sahaja..sebab aku benchmark dengan kedai kat Pendas Johor..nanti buat posting tu


Nasi goreng kampung 7/10


P.s Lurvy order nasi paprik seafood. Aku nak kena habiskan nih. Mau nya berat tak naik.



Tuesday, 6 September 2022

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 dah diterima


Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

Alhamdulillah..telah menerima barangan yang ditempah atas talian.
Pre-order Samsung Watch 5 sebelum 31 Ogos lepas. 
Hari ni sampai.

So buat entry pasal ni dulu. Banyak activity dengan anak-anak sempena cuti sekolah ni.

Dalam gambar tangan pun golap.. Tiber..
Mungkin unboxing memalam..Cahaya tak cukup.

Ataupun sebab sunburn pi Legoland dua hari..

Apa pun jam ni sebenarnya menggantikan Gear 1 yang telah tak menerima charge. Ya charge dah tak masuk. Rosak ka gena pun tak pasti. Lasak sangat ke atau memang dah expired. 

Dah lama kan. ( alasan nak beli baru)

Lagi satu sebab, nak menggantikan sebab aku perlu untuk monitor dengupan jantung yang tetiba datang ataupun palpitation tu.Tapi doktor dah dua orang kata not to worry much. 
Tapi function ni dah ada elok la juga.

Seterusnya nak jogging la kan , nak improve distance, monitor heart rate, pace dll.

Eh kena justify ke kenapa aku beli,, Lohh.. tak perlu kot

So esok boleh try test..
kena guna sepenuhnya ikut function . 
Tak mau nice to have..sebab ada heart rate measurement la,, distance la tapi tak guna pun. Baik takyah beli betul tak


Monday, 29 August 2022

Malaysia is a blessed country

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

A lot of things happened. A lot of brouhaha and emotional rides  since last week. When the was a conviction and judgement was out. Feeling of sympathy, anger. sadness, happy, sorrow, relief, believe (unbelieve) and dumfounded.

Honestly aku tak mau menulis pasal politik dan try to be independent sbb tak semua org suka. Aku betulkan, tak semua orang suka bila kita berbeza. Lumrah, kita hanya akan suka org yang sekepala dengan kita. Jadi aku seboleh-bolehnya takmau tulis. Tapi kita kan punya perasaan, kalau tulis tu biar dari hati. Asalkan tak mengata orang atau buat berita palsu. Berlainan endapat tu biasa.

 Here apa rasakan setelah seminggu lebih kurang bekas PM kita dipenjara.
Mula-mula rasa relief. Penjenayah di penjara. Tu sepatutnya kan. Bagi aku lah. Yang salah yang rompak duit rakyat memang patut la kan. 
Kalau tak, rosak lah negara, org yang salah kalau selamat mana mungkin. 

So, sapa kata dia salah?? Mahkamah Malaysia. Hermm... kita kena tust the system la kan. So kalau salah kata mahkamah, yang bersidang berbagai peringkat tu, siapa kita nak sangkal. Agak dangkal lah kalau kata kita hebat.

ok,kejap2.. Mungkin mahkamah buat silap. Tapi sampai 3 mahkamah silap lagi ka..

So aku relief sbb sekurang-kurang sapa yang buat hal dengan duit negara akan pikir semasak-masaknya. Bukan negara ini milik depa yang elit. Milik semua. Salah kena tanggung.

Tetapi bila fikir-fikir balik kesian la pulak. Duduk di kayangan kemudian sebelum ni,, fly kepalterbang Malaysia One ada escot.. Secret service dok jadi. ya lah orang no 1 negara.

Kemudian tercampak ke penjara. Simpati dengan orang, sebab kita manusia biasa. Orang Melayu. kesiann. Analoginya macam aku la. MArah anak, sebab buat salah. Memang salah. Pastu anak menangis. Kita tetap punish seadanya. Tahan emosi sebab nak didik anak. 

Lepas tu bila malam tengok anak tidur, sebak juga. Eh ke aku je rasa camni??

Macam tu bila kau pikir tang yang MO1 kena jail ni. kesian juga, tapi kena la masuk penjara. Dah salah.

Sapa kata salah. La tadi aku kan dah habaq, mahkamah kata dia salah. Percaya ke tak terpulang kapada value atau nilai memasing. Ada yang "in denial.". ada yang tak percaya. entahlah..

So cukuplah kan bab ni. Ini apa aku rasa. Lain orang lain rasa.
Analogi: Seorang ibu takkan percaya anaknya membunuh, contoh ya. Anaknya hisap gam. Anak buat salah. Anak pun pandai drama. 


So cukup lah .. takmo pepanjang lagi.

 Lets move forward. Percayalah kepada  keluhuran perlembagaan dan kedaulatan undang-undang.
Malaysia negara yang diberkati. Jaga lah sesama.
Jangan kita hancurkan masa depan generasi anak2 kita dengan rasuah dll.

Wednesday, 24 August 2022

Grounds of Judgement

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

I  really relieved
Justice served, there is a hope for Malaysia.
Even though i would be a dark day for our beloved country, never in history PM ( or ex) sent to jail but like judges mentioned in their judgement, it is a straightforward case.

Lets move on, and lets justice prevails. For others, For the leaders. i warn you..
Dont dare to steal people money. !!!

Jatuh dari tempat tinggi memang sakit

 And i would like to save this:


NTRODUCTION

The appellant in this case is the former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Haji Abdul Razak. He was charged with seven offences against his conduct in relation to a company called SRC International Sdn Bhd (‘SRC’). The High Court found him guilty and convicted him on all seven charges. The sentence imposed on the appellant is an aggregate concurrent custodial sentence of twelve years and a fine of RM210 million (in default 5 years’ imprisonment). The Court of Appeal affirmed the conviction on all seven charges and the sentence imposed. In these three appeals before us, the appellant challenges the conviction and sentence.

We must state that the respondent has not challenged the measure of the sentence imposed against the appellant.

The seven charges against the appellant are, in summary, simply these. The first charge relates to abuse of power under section 23 of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009 (‘MACC Act 2009’). The next three charges are on criminal breach of trust under section 409 of the Penal Code while the last three charges are under section 4(1)(b) of the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001 (‘AMLATFAPUAA 2001’).

At the outset, we state that counsel for the appellant, Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh, impressed upon us with considerable fervour that these appeals concern strong serious points of law and fact. In point of fact, we find that there is nothing complex in these appeals. Putting aside the personality of the appellant, this is a simple and straightforward case of abuse of power, criminal breach of trust and money laundering.

The trial itself took an aggregate number of at least 86 days (57 for the prosecution case and 29 days for the defence). It is understandable that the trial took that long because of the number of witnesses involved, the sheer number of documents and due to the fact that a great part of the trial took place during the Covid-19 Pandemic. However, these considerations do not in themselves render the case complex.

The area of the law is very much settled. There is an abundance of cases on abuse of power under the MACC Act 2009 and money laundering under AMLATFAPUAA 2001. The Penal Code too, was first enacted in 1936 and section 409 and the entire body of law on criminal breach of trust has developed since then. There are to our minds, no novel legal issues on this area of the law. The issues in these appeals mostly concern findings of fact and the application of settled law to the facts. It bears mentioning, and this will be elaborated in greater detail later, that as the apex Court, our role is not to make new findings of fact but to consider whether the existing findings and the application of the law to the facts are correct.


Before we proceed to state our decision, we must first address some preliminary issues.

PRELIMINARY ISSUES

Counsel for the Appellant’s Refusal to Make Submissions

These appeals were fixed for hearing on the 15th of August to the 19th of August 2022 and the 23rd of August to the 26th of August 2022. This constitutes a total of nine days.

The first two days of the appeal, the 15-16.8.2022, were spent on the appellant’s motions to adduce additional evidence. We considered the motions and on 16.8.2022, after careful deliberation, we unanimously dismissed them with written grounds stating our reasons for doing so. On the same day 16.8.2022, we instructed parties to proceed with the substantive merits of the appeals. Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh, counsel for the appellant then stated that he and his team, being the new lawyers for the appellant, were not prepared to argue the appeals and moved to adjourn the appeals for three to four months.

We stood down to consider the application for adjournment and on 16.8.2022 itself, we refused the adjournment and provided our written grounds stating our reasons. In those written broad grounds, we set out the procedural history leading up to the appeals and how parties were well aware that the appeals will proceed as scheduled and that the reason of not being ready to argue the appeals would not be accepted. While the appellant was entitled to change his counsel from Messrs. Shafee & Co. to Messrs. Zaid Ibrahim Suflan TH Liew & Partners, he did so mindful of the date of the appeals. He cannot then turn around and say, having changed them so late in the day and counsel having accepted the brief when they did, that new counsel and solicitors are not ready. In any event, we decided to commence the hearing on 18.8.2022 (Thursday) so as to allow counsel for the appellant time to organise themselves.

On the morning of 18.8.2022, counsel for the appellant moved to adjourn the appeals on the same ground namely that he and his team were not prepared. We rejected this ground. With the adjournment refused, Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh then moved to discharge himself as counsel for the appellant. We keep in mind that the Court possesses inherent jurisdiction to ensure that it can fulfil its mandate to administer justice, to prevent any abuse of process, and to ensure the machinery of the courts function in an orderly and effective manner. As counsel are key actors in the administration of justice, the Court has supervisory jurisdiction and authority to exercise inherent and supervisory control over counsel when necessary to protect its process. Hence, the Court, in invoking its inherent jurisdiction, refused counsel’s application to discharge himself as that would have left the appellant unrepresented. Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh thus remained on record as counsel for the appellant.

After discharge was refused, we invited Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh to make his submissions on the merits of the appeals. He refused. We then proposed that the respondent submit first with a view to providing Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh time to prepare his submission. We asked Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh whether he would rely on the submission filed by the appellant in the Court of Appeal. He confirmed that he would rely on them. The respondent commenced their submissions in the morning and we break for lunch thereafter. After the lunch break, Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh informed the Court that ‘the correct position is that the Court can rely on the appeal records’ which would include the submissions filed in support of the appeal in the Court of Appeal. Most critically, counsel for the appellant requested for leave to file written submissions in the Federal Court and perhaps to amend the petition of appeal. We duly allowed counsel for the appellant full liberty to do so. Thereafter, the respondent completed their submission for the day and requested to continue the rest of their oral submission on the next day.

On 19.8.2022 (Friday), before the respondent continued with their oral submission, Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh informed the Court that the appellant had of his own accord, discharged his solicitors Messrs. Zaid Ibrahim Suflan TH Liew & Partners. Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh and his supporting counsel were present in Court throughout the hearing. By the end of the day, the respondent completed their oral submission on the appeals.

At this point, it bears repeating that first, on 18.8.2022, Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh stated that he would rely on the submissions filed in the Court of Appeal. He then stated that this Court could instead, as a matter of course rely on those submissions as they comprise part of the records of appeals. Counsel then asked for permission to file written submissions, and if need be, amend the petition of appeal. At the close of the hearing on 19.8.2022, however, counsel took a different position stating that he would not be making any submission despite the Court having given him the opportunity to do so.

In fact, we asked counsel on 19.8.2022 (Friday) if he would submit on Tuesday, 23.8.2022 which was the next date fixed for hearing. Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh stated that he would not be submitting. We clarified whether this included even oral submission, and counsel confirmed that he would not be making any submission on any of the 94 grounds of appeal in the petition of appeal, even oral submission. We told counsel that he had at least three days to prepare (that is the weekend and the Monday of 22.8.2022). He, despite this, and despite having asked for leave to file a written submission, took the position that he will not submit. This morning (23.8.2022), counsel again confirmed that he will not be making any submission on the appeal. This again, is in spite of his previous request to file a written submission.

In the circumstances, we cannot but conclude from the above facts that counsel, having been given every opportunity to make submissions on the merits of the appeals, refused to do so.

Duty of the Court in the Absence of Submissions from the Appellant

The question, in light of counsel for the appellant’s refusal to make any submission is, how the Court should proceed with the disposal of these appeals. In this vein, the respondent advanced the following authorities:

(i) Mohd Zulkifli bin Md Ridzuan v Public Prosecutor [2014] 1 MLJ 257;

(ii) Nordin Hamid & Co v Pathmarajah [1990] 2 MLJ 308;

(iii) Go Pak Hoong Tractor and Building Construction v Syarikat Pasir Perdana [1982] 1 MLJ 77;

(iv) Mohamed bin Abdullah v Public Prosecutor [1980] 2 MLJ 201;

(v) Public Prosecutor v Tanggaah [1972] 1 MLJ 207;

(vi) Tan Teow Swee v R [1955] 1 MLJ 76; and

(vii) Hayati bte Aizan v Public Prosecutor [2000] 1 MLJ 359.

The appellant’s counsel distinguishes the above cases on the facts. He invited the Court to consider the case of Lee Kwan Woh v Public Prosecutor [2009] 5 MLJ 301 underscoring his point the denial of his right to submit amounts to a denial of the appellant’s right to a fair trial. He then submitted that this right to a fair trial included a right for counsel to adequately prepare his submission, thereby entitling him to an adjournment. However, Lee Kwan Woh, is not authority for the proposition that an appellant is entitled to an adjournment to prepare an effective and meaningful submission. Unlike Lee Kwan Woh, this is not a case where the appellant was denied a right to submit as suggested by counsel. On the contrary, learned counsel was invited repeatedly to submit but persistently refused to do so. We reiterate our grounds when refusing the prior application for an adjournment.

None of the authorities cited deal with the specific situation where an application for discharge has been refused in the exercise of the inherent jurisdiction of the Court. In other words, not being discharged, Tuan Haji Hisyam Teh is under a continuing duty to protect the appellant’s prosecution of the appeals by submitting on the merits of the same. The authorities cited to us do however deal with cases where the accused himself is (1) absent or (2) left without his counsel or (3) counsel continues to represent the accused but is absent on the day fixed for trial or hearing. It has been held in those cases that the Courts may still refuse to grant an adjournment and may proceed with and dispose of those cases even in the absence of the appellant or counsel. The proceedings in those cases were not vitiated on account of a breach of natural justice.

The principle in those cases, in our view, extends to the present appeals where counsel is present in name and in person but persistently refuses to make any submission despite repeated calls from the Court to do so. This is also supported by section 313 of the Criminal Procedure Code which provides as follows:

“Procedure at hearing

313. (1) When the appeal comes on for hearing the appellant, if present, shall be first heard in support of the appeal, the respondent, if present, shall be heard against it, and the appellant shall be entitled to reply.

(2) If the appellant does not appear to support his appeal the Court may consider his appeal and may make such order thereon as it thinks fit:

Provided that the Court may refuse to consider the appeal or to make any such order in the case of an appellant who is out of the jurisdiction or who does not appear personally before the Court in pursuance of a condition upon which he was admitted to bail, except on such terms as it thinks fit to impose.”.

The above section applies in relation to criminal appeals to the High Court but we see no reason why it ought not to apply analogously to appeals to the Federal Court from the Court of Appeal. The instant appeals mirror a position similar to that envisaged in section 313(2) in that while the appellant and his counsel are physically present, they deliberately refuse to participate in the appeal hearing. This, in our view, is equivalent to the appellant ‘not appearing to support’ the appeals. In such circumstances, the Court is empowered to proceed with the appeals. See also: section 92 of the Courts of the Judicature Act 1964.

Having said that, we shall now proceed to consider the appellant’s appeals by having regard to the appeal records including the petition of appeal setting out no less than 94 grounds of appeal, the submissions filed in the Court of Appeal and the written judgments of the High Court and the Court of Appeal. In so doing, we find it necessary to state the settled role of this Court as the final and apex court of appeal.

The Role of the Apex Appellate Court

We do not consider it necessary to reproduce the charges or repeat any of the facts which have been adequately stated and analysed in the judgments of the High Court and the Court of Appeal. The High Court judgment is reported in Public Prosecutor v Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Hj Abd Razak [2020] 11 MLJ 808 while the Court of Appeal judgment is reported in Dato’ Sri Mohd Najib bin Hj Abd Razak v Public Prosecutor [2022] 1 MLJ 137.

The learned trial Judge undertook an extensive analysis of all the evidence – documentary and oral that surfaced before him over the 86 or so days of trial. The Court of Appeal meticulously examined these findings and found no appealable errors.

The role of the apex Court, as is settled law, is not to make any new findings of fact on the evidence on record or to substitute those findings with its own. In this regard, where there are concurrent findings of fact by the courts below, the apex Court would not be inclined to disturb those findings unless it can be shown that they are perverse, for example, if it can be shown that those findings were made in the absence of any evidence supporting them. See: Puganeswaran a/l Ganesan & Ors v Public Prosecutor and other appeals [2020] 12 MLJ 165.

In light of this, all appellants in criminal appeals must understand that the burden is on them in the apex appellate Court to show that the concurrent findings were perverse and that those perverse findings occasioned a miscarriage of justice. In those circumstances, appellate intervention by the apex Court is warranted to correct those findings, resulting in an outright acquittal or an order for retrial – depending on the circumstances.

In the present case, the respondent took us through their submissions and illustrated how the findings of the trial judge were supported by the evidence. The respondent argued that a prima facie case was validly established at the close of the prosecution case and that the defence, when called, was adequately considered and found not to raise a reasonable doubt on the prosecution case.

The Appeals

In these circumstances, we shall now proceed to state our findings in relation to the appeals. In the absence of any submissions from the appellant, we turn our attention to the 94 grounds of appeal in the petition of appeal. We have examined them carefully and in great detail. In our view they disclose in essence, the following main complaints.

Firstly, that the Court of Appeal erred in fact and in law by finding that the High Court Judge had correctly found that the prosecution had made out a prima facie case on all seven charges.

Secondly, that the Court of Appeal erred in fact and in law by finding that the High Court Judge had correctly appreciated the defence. It was argued that the defence managed to raise a reasonable doubt on all seven charges.

The respondent, over the course of two full days, took us through the evidence and the High Court’s findings in relation thereto. The respondent illustrated how the evidence was so overwhelming that at the close of the prosecution case, the learned trial judge was satisfied in law and in fact that all the ingredients of all the seven charges were satisfied to warrant calling for defence. We have considered these submissions and find that the learned High Court Judge undertook a very detailed and objective analysis of the evidence to support his findings at the close of the prosecution case. In the circumstances, we fail to see how and where any of the learned trial judge’s findings leading to the ultimate finding that a prima facie case had been made out, are perverse. The learned trial Judge correctly held that all the ingredients of the seven charges were established at the close of the prosecution case. The appellant was thus rightly called upon to enter his defence on all the seven charges.

The respondent then took us through the defence case and highlighted how the defence was completely inconsistent and incoherent, and unworthy of belief. During the trial the appellant did not dispute that RM42 million entered his personal bank accounts. The thrust of his defence was to challenge the mens rea element, that is, the appellant denied knowledge that the funds were from SRC.

The respondent maintains that the defence was unworthy of belief because, on the one hand, the defence maintained that the RM42 million said to have been wrongfully gained by the appellant to the wrongful loss to SRC was not within the knowledge of the appellant. On the other hand, the appellant also maintained that he was framed in a conspiracy hatched by one Low Taek Jho (‘Jho Low’), Azlin Alias, Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, and the bankers. The appellant also maintained the defence that the monies that were credited into his personal AmIslamic bank accounts, i.e. Accounts 880 and 906 which are the subject of the last six charges, were received from Arab Donations from Saudi Arabia. The respondent contended in essence, that they had always maintained at trial that these defences are completely inconsistent and diametrically opposed to one another.

The respondent also referred to documentary evidence which established that the appellant had expended the RM42 million.

According to the respondent, the learned High Court Judge correctly evaluated all the evidence led in relation to the defence and did not believe the defence narrative.

In our judgment, the findings of the High Court on the defence are correct. In concluding that the defence failed to raise a reasonable doubt on the prosecution case, we find that the learned High Court Judge had undertaken a thorough analysis of the evidence produced by the defence.

Thus, we are unable to conclude that any of the findings of the High Court, as affirmed by the Court of Appeal were perverse or plainly wrong so as to warrant appellate intervention. We agree that the defence is so inherently inconsistent and incredible that it does not raise a reasonable doubt on the prosecution case.

In the circumstances, and having pored through the evidence, the submissions and the rest of the records of appeal, we find the appellant’s complaints as contained in the petition of appeal devoid of any merit. On the totality of the evidence, we find the conviction of the appellant on all seven charges safe. We also find that the sentence imposed is not manifestly excessive.

CONCLUSION

These appeals are therefore unanimously dismissed and the conviction and sentence are affirmed.

Dated: 23rd August, 2022.

Saturday, 13 August 2022

Dah, puzzle la pulak

Siap juga akhir. Semua chip in the effort.


Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

Friday, 5 August 2022

Ingat kena balik awal, tapi berjaya jugak

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

“Bro! Balik awal la kita” aku bergurau dengan classmate sekolah dulu.

“Aku pun baru nak recover demam, dekat 2 minggu dah jugak ni” tambah ayat sambil hint sikit-sikit supaya jangan expect tinggi sangat.

 “ Betul aku rasa kita balik awal kali ni,,aku pun lama tak main, baru 2 hari turun ambil feel atau stroke"

 “Arg!! sudah Bro, aku baru nak harap kau.Suara pun tak ada ni. Kau pun baru  turun main 2 kali ka”

 "A, aa  aku injured lutut 2 tahun dah. Tapi bola dah start main balik dah. Badminton ni baru 2 kali turun"

Ok kita main santai-santai sahaja. For fun. Ok set!!

Sabtu 30 Julai 2022. Alumni anjur kejohanan badminton. 

Tak de kategori-kategori. Semua dihumban dalam satu kategori.


 

 Patah balik tarikh kebelakang sikit.

Aku hari tu kan on medical leave (MC), penangan influenza A . Dari hari Rabu sampai ke Rabu. Batuk-batuk dan hilang suara masih mengganggu. Batuk berkahak dan merimaskan..

Ujiannn..

Aku nak call kawan aku kata nak kansel main kot kan masih kurang cergas

 Tapikan, kawan dah book aku sebulan dulu lagi. Patutnya masa kena IA tu aku dah inform.

Tapi infected 20 Julai. Ada 10 hari kot nak baik.

Takkan lah lama sangat demamnya.

 Tapi sampai 28 Julai, Khamis, lagi 2 hari masih belum pulih sepenuhnya. Lama kann..

 

Hari Khamis tu ingat nak repeat ke klinik kat Gleneagle la pulak

Tapi kerja sampai dekat maghrib, maka tak jadi pergi lagi.

Dalam hati “ Kalau tak baik ni macam mana? “ Game lagi 2 hari.

Stamina semua out. No jogging no badminton 2 minggu lebih. Fitness zero!

 

“Yang. Esok kena pi klinik/hospital lain pulak. Maybe kena tambah dos ubat kot.” aku ajak Lurvy

 So hari jumaat tu aku pi la hospital.



So ambiklah  anbiotik sehari sebelum tournament.

Wife kata " tak payah la pi main."

“Yang.. ni macam kita dua tau. Takde Yang... macam hilang separuh nyawa. Badminton acara bergu kalau abg tak pi dia mana boleh main sorang.”

“ Eh apahal sampai kesitu contohnya. Macam tak kena ja. Nak pegi main pergi je lah”

 

 Ok lah.

On.

Main lah seadanya.

Dan opponent umur 2o-an dan 30 -an kot.

Sebab kami yang paling senior.

First game menang! Aih boleh menang?

Second game menang juga. Lah! Tak leh balik awal la ni.

Masuk quarter final menang juga.

Semi final kalah.

LAwan untuk tempat ketiga, menang!

 Itulah. Yang asal-asal nak main santai-santai boleh pulak ke semi dan dapat tempat ke3. Rezeki kami la.

Tak balik tangan kosong.



 


Sunday, 31 July 2022

Penangan Influenza A

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

Ahad 17.7.2022
Bertolak ke Lahad Datu.
Setelah sekian lama tak menggunakan penerbangan dan travel jauh. 
Dan sememangnya aku cuak kalau naik flight. Entah kenapa.

Transit di Kota Kinabalu. Lunch KFC di Airport. Dan sedap juga KFC Sabah.
Sememangnya aku diberitahu KFC memang pilihan orang Sabah berbanding fast food lain.





Kemudian boarding MasWing ke Lahad Datu
Juga pengalaman pertama naik Maswing,
Lahad Datu merupakan bandar yang kecil juga. Airport pun simple.

Check in hotel.
Aduyai hotel yang tak best.
Petang sempat jogging di persisiran pantai, dengan panaroma rumah-rumah sungai
Sampah berkumpul ditepi tebing atau tembok simen.
Sambil penduduk menikmati angin petang.

Malam jalan dan jalan di bandar, atau pun pekan.
Mencari makanan yg unik tapi tak jumpa .
Lagi pun perut dah kenyang . Dari KLIA ada makanan. 
Then transit makan KFC , so sebu lah kot.
Anyway try juga nasi goreng kampung dan teh ais.
Teh ais yang best.

18.7.2022.
Begerak ke tempat kerja.Sebelum tu test covid. Negatif
Uneventful. 
Semuanya ok.

Waktu lunch ajak Branch Manager ke hotel.
check out dan nak tukar hotel.
Jenuh bersilat juga nak dapat refund sbb dah bayar for 3 nites.

Check in new hotel yang jauhh lebih elok. Dan jauh sikit dari tempat kerja. Takpa asal selesa.

19.7.22
Pagi rasa nak demam.
Sambil buat keja sambil rasa tak selesa.
Kena siapkan juga.

Balik ke hotel dah lemau badan.

20.7.22
Today travel back home.
Badan makin lemah. 
Lepas breakfast, selsema makin teruk.
Pi farmasi. beli ubat.

12.00 tgh pi airport .Ldatu.
Transit KK. Pukul 3.15 kot departed to KL.
Dah lesu habis. Belum take off dah terlelap.
Terkejut masa take off ingat dah sampai ke apa ni.

Then all the way tido je, sebab makan ubat selsema kot.

Sampai KLIA dekat maghrib, Dah macam zombie.
Solat jamak kat surau. 
Suh lurvy bawak anak angkat beg sebab tak larat gila.

"Yang! kena transit lagi satu tempat"
Mana?
" Klinik..err tapi tak pe hantar Danish dulu lah"


Sampai rumah terus baring . Terlelap sampai pagi.


21.7.22
Ke klinik awal2 pagi dan bukak lagi pun.
Kemudia tested positive Influenza A. Omak aiii..
Power penangan dia.

Pendek cerita 5 hari MC sampai Rabu 27.7.22.

Hilang sora.. dan macam2 simptom la hai..

Itu laahhh.
Ujian...

Mungkin teruk sikit sebab lambat dapatkan rawatan.
Travel bali lagi walaupun masa tu dah nak jadi zombie..

Apapun now dah ok.
I am back

Wednesday, 27 July 2022

Days in and out.

Its goin' to rain and rain now.
Quite some time not posting
Anything will do, just spare a time.
Not now, not in sorrow.

Rain opens up sky.
Look up and you ll be wet.
Look down you ll be soaked up.
But it  is a bless.

Month comes and go. 
Time flies around the time-space.
Your world warped in the universe.
That keep expanding.
Your space is smaller than you think
So check your ego well.

Days in and out.
Clock tick and tock.
And keeps on ticking..
Until the  end of time
 

Thursday, 7 July 2022

Kan dah kena

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

Perangai manusia ni memacam, Nama pun manusia.Ye lah bermacam-macam. Ada yang nak cepat kaya. Masuk pelbagai skim. Last-last merana. Sikap tak sabar ni lah yang merosakkan dan memusnahkan.
Ada yang nak cepat popular. Tak dapat jadi artis atau rock gitarist..wohahahha..jadi content creator. Ada terma BM la ni "konten"

Nak lagi cepat popular.. Dah buat hal la pulak..
Buat konten merapu meraban la hai. Ikut sedap je. Sendiri justify elok ke tak. Boleh ja jadi diri sendiri tapi kalau dah over sangat macam dia ni kan dah kena tahan polis.

"SUSULAN penularan video 'prank' tarik tudung di media sosial baru-baru ini, pihak polis mengesahkan sudah menahan seorang lelaki yang disyaki terlibat dalam 'eksperimen sosial' tersebut, lapor Sinar Harian.

Ketua Polis Daerah Wangsa Maju, Superintendan Ashari Abu Samah berkata, lelaki berusia 24 tahun itu ditahan pada pukul 7.30 malam, Selasa."


Ni link tajuk berita tu:

Suspek lelaki terlibat video ‘prank’ tarik tudung wanita ditahan, polis buka kertas siasatan



Pikiaq dulu na sebelum mempopularkan diri. Biar cara betul dan memudahkan orang ramai.Bukan dengan kaedah murahan atau sewaktu dengannya.


Monday, 4 July 2022

High rated homestay / airbnb near KLCC, Petronas Tower Kuala Lumpur

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

Feel satisfied (and over the moon) when I woke up this morning to read the following review left by my guest. It really makes my day. Notably, we received a lot of good reviews but this guest took his precious time to write a pleasant and lenghty review. Thank you , thank you so much.



You also could check out HERE





Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Jangan la kondem

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

ada dua cerita/nukilan:

Cerita satu

Semalam petang bawa Along pergi ke satu tempat ni, intsitusi yang memudahkan orang Islam menunaikan rukun Islam ke 5. Sebab untuk tukar status dari penjaga ke akaun memasinglah. Sebab dah lebih 18 tahun . Akaun dewasa lah. So kalau nak withdraw ke apa ke urusan diorang memasing , tak de lah abah kena pergi juga. Kan..dah besar panjang kena lah independent, Lagipun memang kena tukar status.
 Ada kejadian pelanggan jerit-jerit kat kaunter. Wahhh , drama la pulak mamat ni. Jerit dan maki-maki lagi baqhang... 
Ish apakah isu nya pun aku tak pasti. Sebab masa dia berurusan kaunter  tu terlindung dengan partition sikit. Tetiba dengar bunyi dentuman. tak tahu lah dia hentam kaunter ke tolak cashier tu ke. Lepas tu dia ke lobi tempat orang tunggu tu, marah-marah. tak puas hati,
 Marah, maki beersilih ganti. Nasib baik dia tak pukul orang. Aku dah bersiap sedia nak tackle dan seperti aku main ragbi dulu-dulu. Erk,, aku tahu tackle je. kalau dia tak jatuh aku tak tau nak buat apa.
Kemudian datang pengawal (polis bantuan) menghampiri. Fuhh, tak perlu jadi hero. Woahahah.
Apapun, tak elok jerit-jerit maki orang, Benda boleh bincang. Jadi aku tak atau asal usul dan motif so aku takmau kata sapa salah, Yang pasti menjerit memaki tu adalah salah.
Eh yang ni selingan, yang aku nak cerita ialah kaedah nak ambil nombor. Aduyai lamanya beratur . Sebabnya, bukan amik nombor kat situ sahaja macam kaunter pertanyaan dan khidmat pelanggan. Aku rasa kena ada sistem yang baik sikit. Kalau nak tanya kena ada pegawai kat kaunter lain, yang lain tu terus sahaja diberikan nombor.

Sebab dia macam ni. Dalam barisan tu ada seorang nenek bertongkat. Masa aku sampai dia dah queue. Dalam 6 atau 7 orang depan dia. Along pulak beratur orang ke 11 ka 12 macam tu.
Aku dah kesian tengok nenek bertongkat ni. Tak pelah berapa je  orang je kot. Sat lagi giliran dia sampai.
Tetapi, ada tetapinya. Nak bergerak barisan tu amat lambat. Lama seseorang tu kat kaunter. Yelah macam aku cakap tadi, banyak urusan kat situ. Kalau jenis tanya urusan apa dan terus dia bagi nombor ok la. Tapi, entah lah.. lama la seseorang kat depan tu.
So aku kesian tengok nenek ni. Kerusi semua jenis bersambung kalau tak aku cari dan bagi dia duduk.
Orang tua yang hampir bongkok dibiar beratur. Ye aku kata hampir bongkok sebab kekadang dia berdiri tegak , tetapi bila dia support badan dia dengan tongkat dia membongkok. Aku duduk la kan sebab Along yang beratur. 
Dah la nenek ni beratur depan aku. Nak buat tak nampak tak patut. Gelisah aku dibuatnya. Simpati, kesian semua ada.
Bila orang menjerit tadi, datang la polis bantuan serta pegawai lain ke kawasan tu. Bila dah setel bab makian tu, Pegawai tu pun nak balik kot workstation dia.
Aku tetiba panggil Miss, miss. Kuat pulak aku panggil, Dah semua orang paling kat aku. Aku panggi nak suruh attend nenek ni la. Dia macam terpinga-pinga. 

Sudah, apa masalah pulak dia ni, agaknya dalam hati dia.
"Tadi dah terjerit-jerit sorang. Ni panggil aku pulak."
Aku tengok dia kaget aku bangun pergi cakap.

"Cik sorry ya, Nampak kat line ada orang tua, tak larat tu. Tapi q tu slow sangat. Tak boleh ke bagi attend atau bagi dia dulu"
"dan,, dia bukan datang dengan saya ya, Saya tak kenal. Patut miss boleh bagi keutamaan kot"

Terus dia pergi kat nenek tu dan bawa kedepan dan bagi nombor. Mungkin nak deposit atau keluar duit. Tak de pun lama kat kaunter pertanyaan sebab nak amik nombor. Then nenek tu pun duduk sambil tunggu gilirannya dipanggil. Aku rasa  nenek tu Q nak amik nombor lagi lama dari dia tunggu nak dipanggil berurusan..  


Cerita dua

La ni kan heboh pasal cerita Mat Kilau. Bila trend macam ni ada la lelaki-lelaki Malaya ni pakai tanjak la. Pergi panggung tengok sambil bertanjak. ( Nota :Aku belum pergi tengok lagi). Atau post dalam social media gambar-gambar memakai tanjak.
Dalam celah-celah ada pula yang kecam dan sindir orang memakai tanjak ni. Loh dah kenapa dok kecam-kecam ni?
Mempersoalkan kenapa kononya sekarang la nak bertanjak, kenapa  ikut trend la kan. Lepas tu ada ja kata block view dia bila pakai tanjak. dalam panggung. ( yang block view tu boleh je tegur kan, Tuhan bagi suara, boleh bincang kot. Orang Melayu kan sopan santun.) Tapi ada yang perli-perli bagai.



Aku cuba nak habaq..ooo masa cerita batman, Hampa dok pi beli baju batman kat anak. Masa Spiderman beli baju spiderman, Superman cara superman. Sampai pakai siang malam.
Bila trend cerita mat Kilau , ada orang pakai tanjak dah perli-perli. Kecam-kecam pulak.

tu ja nak tanya,, tapi bukan semua orang ya. Jangan la terasa, kalau dok beli baju spider sampai tutup muka (topeng) anak , tapi tak kecam orang lain, takpa. Khas untuk mereka yang nampak orang kita pakai warisan kita nak kecam. Tu saja. 

Wednesday, 22 June 2022

Real or fake? The future is now..

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

Wow..
Just..WOW!
I couldnt imagine that the technology have reached this level! Before this I thought it is only in futuristic film. Now it is reality.
Deep fake is real bro. You will never know which is real, which is fake. Soon it will become just an app in your hand [phone]. And who would you trust???
Is it real,?? is it fake..?? Check this LINK.







Sunday, 19 June 2022

Alhamdulillah, dapat lock banyak hari.

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers.. 

Aku nak kena scam pulak ke?
Hari tu kan cerita ada orang kata aku scammer. Tak pening ke kena tuduh macam tu.. Wohahaha.
Pelik.

Kemudian, orang aku yang dituduh scammer ini  dihubungi oleh tetamu lain.

Ada nak sewa sampai beberapa minggu... 
Tu dia lamanya..
Aku pulak yang cemas.!!
Alamak, betol ke atau scammer ni..?

Orang tu dari London mesej setelah dimatchkan oleh kawan dia di Malaysia.
Macam tak cayakan sebab too good to be true. 20 lebih hari direct kau.

Dia kata dah tengok review dalam app yang rata-rata positive dan menarik perhatian dia. Dia minta kawan dia hubungi aku

Kawan dia kat Malaysia pun recommend tempat aku kat dia. Lokasi tengah-tengah bandar raya KL.Senang nak po makan makan. Senang nak travel dengan LRT. RUmah yang bersih. Tuan rumah yang ramah.. Ya ya. Aku tambah beberapa point di situ. Scammer cam tu lah,, Woahahahaha.

So acara bargain pun berlaku. Bijak dia mintak kawan dia kat Malaysia bargain
Aku macam biasalah, kalau orang minta discount, apa salahnya bagi kan. Kita kan niat nak memudahkan orang. Kan kan kan.. win win omputih kata

Kalau jumlah sebenarnya sepatutnya RM 7300 kan. Aku nak mudah RM6000 je. Baik kan aku..
So far bukan scammer yang nak stay tu sebab dah bayar deposit RM1500. Transfer dari London kau,, International trade dah aku ni. Alhamdulillah. 
Cepat jugak duit masuk. Dua hari je.

Apapun, Alhamdulillah, Dah lock banyak hari..

p.s Alamak kena stop ..Lurvy panggil goreng sotong. Dia takut meletup..gi pun tadi masa beli aku janji nak buat Sotong Goreng tepung.. Sambung balik nanti
..sebab...pantang undur kecuali bini panggil


Okay sambung setelah selesai bersilat dengan letupan minyak.
Memang derdentum dentam kau kalau goreng sotong.
Tapi jadi la adunan tepung yang dibeli di Kedah. Made in Penghelih.
Pasti jadik tagline, dan memang jadik!





Rangup dan sedap. Tak perlu tambah apa-apa dah. Aku je memandai tambah kunyit bagi kunin' sikit.








Friday, 17 June 2022

First, my heart sinks with the first news, then I feel devastated with the next one

Assalamualaikum bloggers and readers..

That is how hard life for some, try to make a daily living just to survive in this challenging world. They are hardworking, they try and try. They are not lazy,  they do what need to be done. Just to survive.. oh man..
First story is true, as reported, And I believe is true.

The next one is reported in the mainstream media also. Whether its true, still a court case.
I have my own opinion which is not important..God knows.

I dont know what to say. Just wow.!!!.people are struggling. 
Millions seem nothing to them, yet...argghhh. i want to screamm!!!
Is this is  a reflections why our country heading the trajectory we are heading now???

First story about husband bring child while delivering goods/parcel/food:

ISTERI baru mula bekerja, seorang suami dilihat cekal menggendong bayi kecil demi mencari rezeki

Zaman sekarang tidak dinafikan manusia berlumba-lumba mencari rezeki untuk menampung kehidupan.

Pelbagai usaha diatur dan dibuat untuk mendapatkannya, ada yang mudah perjalanannya juga sebaliknya.

Seperti yang tular baru-baru ini di mana seorang bapa dilihat menunggang motosikal sambil menggendong bayinya yang berusia setahun ketika keluar mencari rezeki sebagai penghantar makanan.

Menerusi perkongsian sebuah video di TikTok milik @abamskhai, dia terserempak dengan 'rider' tersebut di Jalan Chan Sow Lin sebelum menghampiri motosikalnya untuk bertanya lebih lanjut mengenai situasi yang dialami.

Ujarnya, dari jauh dia nampak motor lelaki itu dan ada kaki kecil yang terjuntai. Jadi dia membuat keputusan untuk memotong motor tersebut untuk lihat lebih dekat.

Namun pilunya apabila dia dapati penunggang itu adalah seorang lelaki, sebelah tangan pegang 'handle' motor dan sebelah tangan lagi menutup kepala seorang bayi daripada terkena panas mentari.


Second story about 3 million ringgit delivered to a politician/ former DPM.

Both stories about delivery, but a different world altogether.


SHAH ALAM: A former Ultra Kirana Sdn Bhd (UKSB) administrative manager told the High Court here that he delivered a luggage bag containing RM3mil to Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi at the former deputy prime minister's official residence in Putrajaya.





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