Nooryana Najwa Najib: Meet Daniyar Kessibayev, husband of Najib Razak’s daughter
Nooryana Najwa Najib is the daughter of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak, who is currently serving time in prison after his last appeal was rejected. Her father was sentenced to 12 years in prison in a corruption scandal.
The federal court has ordered the ex-prime minister, who is also Nooryana’s father, to serve his sentence on five corruption charges linked to SRC International. The ex-Prime Minister is also Nooryana’s father.
The ruling marks a crucial turning point in anti-corruption activists’ years-long struggle to bring to justice those responsible for the theft of 1MDB, which Najib founded and managed from 2009 to 2018.
Najib was convicted by the Supreme Court in 2020 of corruption and abuse of office on seven counts, resulting in a 12-year prison sentence and a 210 million ringgit ($46.8 million) fine. These fees included around 42 million ringgit transferred to Najib’s accounts by SRC International. Najib was also fined 210 million ringgit.
Nooryana Najwa: How old is she?
Nooryana Najwa, the daughter of Najib Razak, is 35 years old at this point in her life. She is one of five children of the former Prime Minister of Malaysia.
In light of recent events, Najib has made the decision to stand up for her father until he is reunited with his family. She wrote on her Instagram that she would give her father the justice he deserved and would do everything in her power to make that happen.
Nooryana has vowed to her mother and brother, and the rest of her family, that she will not stop working until her father is cleared of the charges against him. Her post surfaced not long after Najib’s latest attempt to overturn SRC International Sdn Bhd’s decision was rejected by federal court.
Nooryana made a solemn commitment to herself that she would never forget her father’s final advice. Despite this, Nooryana noted that her family was proud of Najib’s bravery during the trial and that she would always remember the words of wisdom her father shared with her.
Nooryana: Who is her husband?
Daniyar Kessibayev is the proud new father of the daughter of the man who was Prime Minister of Malaysia during her father’s reign. In 2015, Najwa and Daniyar sealed the marriage and became husband and wife. They had a spectacular wedding ceremony.
Their wedding took place in the office of the former Prime Minister of Putrajaya. Putrajaya is located in Malaysia. The wedding ceremony for Datuk Seri Najib’s daughter, Nooryana Najwa, and her husband, Mr. Daniyar Kessikbayev, both aged 27 at the time, was performed by Datuk Seri Najib himself.
Nooryana Najwa had a love marriage. While they were both going to school in the US, she met Daniyar, who is from Kazakhstan.
There were two celebrations for the couple; one was in the nation’s capital, the other in Mr. Najib’s hometown. The wedding was attended by many notable people, including heads of state and cabinet officials.
The family of Nooryana Najwa
Nooryana Najwa was one of five children growing up in a huge household that also included her mother, father and four other siblings.
Due to the fact that Najib Rajak, Nooryana’s father, was found guilty of corruption and sentenced to prison as a result of his conviction, the family is currently in a terrible scenario.
After the hearing for the case concluded, her father was transferred to Kajang prison, which is 30 miles outside of the city center. The conviction outraged those who supported Najib, and as a result, they refused to communicate with the media.
A number of people supporting the ex-Prime Minister were gathered outside the courthouse. Following the court’s verdict, Najib was joined by his family and his daughter Nooryana has vowed to fight for him and ensure he is rehabilitated.
Early and Personal Life of Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak
Najib was born on July 23, 1953 at the Pahang State Secretary’s official residence at Bukit Bius, Kuala Lipis, Pahang. Najib is the current Prime Minister of Malaysia. Najib is the eldest of the six sons that the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, Abdul Razak, had with his wife, and he is also the nephew of the third Prime Minister of Malaysia, Hussein Onn. His younger brother, Dato’ Seri Mohd Nazir Abdul Razak, is Chief Executive Officer of Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Bhd, the country’s second largest lender. Due to the fact that he inherited the title of Orang Kaya Indera Shahbandar, Najib is also considered one of the four nobles of the Pahang Darul Makmur (King’s Court) (King’s Court). St. John’s Institution in Kuala Lumpur was where he completed both his undergraduate and secondary courses. He then continued his schooling at Malvern College in Worcestershire, England. He then continued his education at the University of Nottingham, where he received a bachelor’s degree in industrial organization in 1974. Upon Najib Razak’s return to Malaysia in 1974, he quickly moved into the corporate sector, working first as Public Affairs Manager for Petronas, the national oil company of Malaysia, and then for a short period at Bank Negara Malaysia. Najib Razak is now Prime Minister of Malaysia.
Mohd Nizar Najib, Mohd Nazifuddin Najib and Puteri Norlisa Najib are Najib’s children from his marriage to Tengku Puteri Zainah Tengku Eskandar (commonly known as “Kui Yie”) in 1976. The couple was blessed with three children: Mohd Nizar Najib (born 1978 ), Mohd Nazifuddin Najib and Puteri Norlis. In 1987 he divorced his first wife Kui Yie and married Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor. Together they had two children: Mohd Norashman Najib and Nooryana Najwa Najib. His daughter Nooryana recently tied the knot with Nursultan Nazarbayev’s nephew. Nazarbayev was President of Kazakhstan for a time.
It is well known that former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is an avid golfer and it is also well known that he played golf with the two most recent Presidents of the United States, Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
Najib has been called “my favorite prime minister” by President Trump, which is an odd choice.
Beginning of a political career
Elections for both the House of Representatives and the position of Prime Minister in Pahang State
In 1976, Abdul Razak Hussein, the eldest son of Abdul Razak Hussein, the current Prime Minister of Malaysia, won the election for the Pahang-based Pekan seat in the Malaysian Parliament. Pekan is headquartered in the state of Pahang. After the death of his father last year, he took over the family business. Due to widespread grief after Tun Razak’s death, Najib sailed the MP election unrivaled at the incredibly young age of 23. Part of Najib’s success is also due to the respect he shows his father. In the 1986 elections, Najib was successful in his attempt to retain the same seat he previously held.
He was Menteri Besar (Chief Minister) of Pahang from 1982 to 1986 before holding various cabinet posts including Minister of Defense and Minister of Education in the remainder of the 1980s and 1990s. His tenure was between 1982 and 1986. In that capacity, he was responsible for the administration of the state. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, he was appointed Deputy Prime Minister in 2004, succeeding the person who previously held the position in 2009. Despite the fact that the opposition received a majority of the public vote for the first time in Malaysia’s history, he was able to lead Barisan Nasional to victory in the 2013 elections, which he chaired as Barisan National election leader. He presided over these elections in his capacity as President of Barisan Nasional.
At the age of 25, Najib received his first post in the Malaysian cabinet when he was promoted to Deputy Minister for Energy, Telecommunications and Posts in 1978. At that time he was the youngest Deputy Minister in Malaysia all over the country. Najib was then a young man of only 25 years. In 1982, at the age of 29, he was sworn into the government and became Menteri Besar (Chief Minister) of Pahang, a position he held until 1986. He served in that capacity until 1986. When he was inaugurated as Menteri Besar, he held the record of being the state’s youngest ever to hold that position. He held this position until 1986. In 1986 he became Minister for Culture, Youth and Sport in Mahathir Mohamad’s cabinet. In this role, he was responsible for a variety of sporting and cultural activities. He created the National Sports Policy in 1988 and made the improvement of Malaysian sport a key goal of his government during his tenure. The South East Asian (SEA) Games were held in Kuala Lumpur in 1989. This was the year that Malaysia had its best performance in the country’s entire history.
Najib’s tenure as prime minister, which lasted from 2009 to 2018, coincided with the implementation of various economic liberalization policies. These measures included reducing state subsidies, easing restrictions on foreign investment and reducing preferential treatment for ethnic Malays in business.