Najib: Keng Yaik contributed significantly to country - Nation | The Star Online



Najib: Keng Yaik contributed significantly to country - Nation | The Star Online

Tun Dr. Lim Keng Yaik 8 April 1939 - 22 December 2012, is a former Malaysian politician and former Minister of Energy, Water and Communications in the Malaysian cabinet. He was the national president of Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia from 1980 until stepping down on April 8, 2007 to pave the way for Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon. Just before his death, he was among the only four Chinese Tunship living holders in Malaysia.


Lim was born on 8 April 1939 in Perak. He graduated from The Queens University of Belfast with a MB.BCh.BAO. in 1964.
Lim is known for his sharp humour among journalists.
Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor today expressed their condolences to the family of the former president of Parti Gerakan Malaysia
A great leader, Lim Keng Yaik had contributed significantly to the country since he was taking care of the national primary industries.

We expressed our condolences to the family of the former president of the Party Gerakan Malaysia.


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