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Abdul Ajib Ahmad

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Abdul Ajib Ahmad
Member of the Dewan Rakyat (en) Fassara

Rayuwa
Haihuwa Segamat District (en) Fassara, 13 Satumba 1947
ƙasa Maleziya
Mutuwa Kuala Lumpur, 3 ga Faburairu, 2011
Yanayin mutuwa Sababi na ainihi (Ciwon zuciya)
Karatu
Makaranta University of Malaya (en) Fassara
Sana'a
Sana'a ɗan siyasa
Imani
Addini Musulunci
Jam'iyar siyasa United Malays National Organisation (en) Fassara

Dato 'Abdul Ajib bin Ahmad (13 Satumba 1947 - 3 Fabrairu 2011) ɗan siyasan Malaysia ne. Ya yi aiki a matsayin Babban Ministan Johor daga 1982 da 1986 kuma daga baya ya zama minista a gwamnatin tarayya ta Mahathir Mohamad . Ya kasance memba na Ƙungiyar Ƙungiyar Malays ta Ƙasa (UMNO).

Mai digiri na tattalin arziki, Ajib ya yi aiki a matsayin mai ba da shawara ga Musa Hitam kafin ya zama Babban Ministan Johor a 1982. Ya yi aiki a matsayin Babban Minista har zuwa 1986, lokacin da ya koma siyasar tarayya, inda ya lashe kujerar Mersing . Ya zama minista a gwamnatin Mahathir Mohamad, amma an kore shi a shekarar 1987 lokacin da Mahathir ya kori ministocin gwamnati daga wadanda ke adawa da shi lokacin da suka goyi bayan, da sauransu, Mataimakin Firayim Minista Tun Musa Hitam da Razaleigh Hamzah a zaben shugabancin jam'iyyar UMNO.[1][2]

Ahmad ya mutu daga ciwon zuciya yana da shekaru 63 a ranar 3 ga Fabrairu 2011, ya bar matarsa Datin Ropeah Hassan, 'ya'ya maza uku da mace.

  • Maleziya :
    • Knight Commander of the Order of the Crown of Johor Knight Commander of the Order of the Crown of Johor (DPMJ) – Dato'
    • Tauraron Sultan Ismail (BSI)
  • Maleziya :
    • Grand Commander of the Exalted Order of Malacca (DGSM) – Datuk Seri (1984)[3]
  1. Farik Zolkepli (3 February 2011). "Former Johor MB Ajib Ahmad dies". The Star. Archived from the original on 6 February 2011. Retrieved 3 February 2011.
  2. Ramanathan, Sankaran; Mohd Hamdan Adnan (1988). Malaysia's 1986 general election: the urban-rural dichotomy. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. p. 73. ISBN 9789813035126.
  3. Malacca's Yang Di-Pertua Honours 186. New Straits Times. 18 July 1984.