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PUBLISHED: Feb 27, 2015 11:17am

Relative: Nik Aziz would ask his mother ‘make doh ko’ each time he returned home after work



Tok Guru had no intention of moving house and said nothing changes though he was then the Menteri Besar of the state. — TRP file pic

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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 27, 2015:

For Ustaz Ahmad Duzuki Abdul Rani, the greatest thing he had seen about the late Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat is that he had never once raised his voice at his mother Aminah Majid.

Ahmad, who stayed with Tok Guru in his house in Taman Guru said he (Nik Aziz) was so obedient and loved his mother very much, often asking her what she wanted to drink and eat.

According to reports in Harakahdaily, Ahmad, whose is also Tok Guru’s relative, said each time Tok Guru returned from work or classes, he would ask his mother “make doh ko” (have you eaten) and does she need anything.

He said the most unforgettable incident was when Nik Aziz became the Kelantan Menteri Besar in 1990.

“Tok Guru’s mother had packed all her stuff and was prepared to move to Pahang and stay with Tok Guru’s younger brother.

“When Tok Guru returned and asked his mother what she was doing, she told him that she wanted to move as she was worried that he (Tok Guru) whom she called “Zik” would be moving to the big official Menteri Besar residence.

“Tok Guru then told his mother that he would not be moving anywhere though he was the Menteri Besar and helped his mother unpack and put back all her things,” he recalled.

He said Tok Guru had no intention of moving and said nothing changes though he was then the Menteri Besar of the state.



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