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Sweet home NSI for Ramlan, Shapawi new SC

RAMLANAnti-Doping Agency Malaysia (Adamas) chief Dr Ramlan Aziz (pic) will return to the National Sports Institute (NSI) as its chief executive officer.

Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin is expected to make the announcement today.

 Mailsport was informed that current NSI CEO Ahmad Shapawi Ismail will be made Sports Commissioner (SC).

Read the full report in today's Mailsport.

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  1. Menteri baru pun pakai kroni. Siapa lobi kuat, dia dapat pangkat. Orang dalam KBS sendiri kecewa apabila jawatan untuk kawan-kawan sudah jadi mainan baru.

    Seorang budak muda, Dax Muhammad (blognya: http://daxmuhamad.blogspot.com/) dilantik sebagai CEO Perbadanan Stadium Merdeka. KBS risau kerana Perbadanan tersebut sedang dalam perbincangan lanjut mengenai isu tanah dan pembangunan baru. Agenda Menteri baru nak beri projek kepada kawan2?

    Semalam, menurut seorang budak bawahan KBS memaklumkan, Menteri sudah memanggil seorang bekas pemimpin UMNO yang terlibat dalam rasuah ke pejabat menteri. Katanya disuruh pilih Persatuan Sukan yang mahu diberikan kepadanya. BAM - akan diwakili oleh orang baru. Tak ada ilmu badminton. Malahan tak cukup tinggi net badminton pun untuk jadi peneraju.

    Najib kena perhati budak muda jadi Menteri ni. Jangan buat Menteri macam harta sendiri.

    Tq.

    Staff KBS Level Rendah

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  2. "Doctor in the house"
    Who else is more qualified and knows the "Know how" besides Dr Ramlan? Obviously, KJ, knows, there are not many to choose from, he knows very well, that he truly need a person of such qualification to advice and educate the "uneducated and the most Nobel" to the right path...(to embracing the culture)



    HSKL says: Good job Boy!

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  3. Staff KBS level Rendah,
    Kalau kroni memang berkelayakkan dalam bidang; adakah beliau harus diketepikan hanya beliau mempunyai pertalian dengan menteri? Cuba kita imbas bagaimana beliau Dato' Dr. Ramlan di "tukarkan " dahulu....

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  4. Pasni tukar menteri baru...ramlan keluar....pastu tukar menteri baru plak...ramlan masuk balik.....korang sambung la pastu...

    Kitaorg kat isn ni baru nak syok kerja...dah datang balik balaa

    Staff bawahan isn

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    1. Amat keciwa dengan kenyataan dari staff ISN. Inikan pula komen tentang Dr Ramlan. Apakah beliau tidak layak kedokotoran dan selama ini seorang CEO- tiada background Sport Sciece pula dianggap sebagai syok kerja dengan, patutlah kami nampak syok kerana dibimbing oleh CEO "biasa" dan bukannya berkelayakkan dan perubatang ........ Boleh kah semua staff di ISN mengaku mereka adalah bersijil dalam jangkauan sains perubatan atau.....

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  5. Bala? Syok kerja? Lol. Sounds like someone doesn't like hard work.

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  6. The thing I find interesting is the lack of professionalism exhibited by people in regards to the organisation they are working for.

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  7. Hardwork ke...mediumwork ke...kalau small internal issue pon x bleh setel...jd besar...apa cerita...

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    1. Why must be Dr Ramlan be a victim of ongoing dragnuts in politics ? Leave his alone and he has done a great job in the NSI since 1990. So whats so great to meddle into his medical and Sports Medicine know-how

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