Death is inevitable. It does not know who you are or what you are; when Angel Of Death decides to strike, there is nothing you can do to stop it. Yesterday, Malaysians were shocked to learn that Tunku Laksamana of Johor, Tunku Jalil passed away at the tender age of 25 years old due to liver cancer.
The Johor Royal Family.
The Johor royal family can be considered as one of the famous Malay royal families due to their constant interaction with the public and Malays treasure that gesture. The Johor Crown Prince, Tunku Ismail is an avid sport aficionado and apparently one of the top honchos that is responsible to revive the Johor’s football scene and revamping the Southern Tiger’s eminent aura; The Princess Tunku Aminah is the beautiful fashionista who garnered thousands of adoring fanatics; The Queen DYMM Tunku Zarith Sofiah is an intellectual queen who writes (I used to read her columns in The Star when I was in secondary school!) her opinions and takes her royal duties to the Rakyat seriously.
The viral video of which Tunku Jalil jovially played prank on the nurse in lighthearted manner.
I think what makes the Rakyat so connected to them is because of their willingness to be so ‘open’ to the Rakyat via social media. In February, Tunku Jalil played prank to a nurse in jovial manner and it became a lighthearted viral in the social media. I guess in life even when you are in the total darkness, you ought to try to find a light. Tunku Jalil was the 4th child of DYMM Tunku Zarith Sofia and DYMM Sultan Ibrahim of Johor. Such a sad day for the royal families as well as the whole Johor, I am sure.
Apparently, His Majesty DYMM Sultan Ibrahim was really dedicated towards the late Tunku Jalil. Such a sad reminiscence. But in the end, all of us will go through the same path. Inalillah.
Inalillah, in the end we all come and go back to ALLAH SWT.
When Tuanku Zarith Sofia decided to set up fund to help Malaysian students in United Kingdom, I commented on the status thread and Her Majesty responded. She was concerned with the depreciation of Ringgit against Pound Sterling; hence the 2015 UKEC-Sultan Ibrahim Ismail of Johor Bursary (SIIJB) to help Malaysian students in United Kingdom. God bless.