A revamped version of www.najibrazak.com. In his latest posting on the blog, Najib said that the overhaul has made his website even more interesting, informative and user-friendly.

KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak has unveiled a revamped version of his popular blog, www.najibrazak.com, which now makes it even easier for Malaysians to access accurate information about the government and its achievements.

In his latest posting on the blog, Najib said that the overhaul has made his website even more interesting, informative and user-friendly.

He added that besides allowing him to stay connected with the rakyat, the improved blog will be a platform for him to frequently share his opinions and activities with the people.

"In the "Pencapaian" (Achievement) section, the various achievements of the government are listed. These include the promises fulfilled by the government in various areas such as housing, public transportation and cost of living,” he pointed out.


A revamped version of www.najibrazak.com. In his latest posting on the blog, Najib said that the overhaul has made his website even more interesting, informative and user-friendly.

In a section called "Rakyat Didahulukan" (People First), the public can learn more about the national transformation journey which has improved Malaysians’ quality of life. It also contains a list of global recognitions bestowed on the country since 2009, the year Najib became prime minister.

The revamped blog also features testimonials of Malaysians who have benefited from the government's efforts and initiatives to help the people.

For a look at the country’s diplomatic ties with the outside world, visitors can browse the "International Relations" section; while the “Global” section provides details of how Malaysia has benefited from warm and cordial relationships with other countries, notably in terms of economic growth, regional development and security.

"Insya-Allah (God willing), I will continue to share my views with all of you through my articles from time to time.

“You can also read my previous articles in the (Archive section of the) blog," the prime minister added.

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