The words you are searching are inside this book. To get more targeted content, please make full-text search by clicking here.
Discover the best professional documents and content resources in AnyFlip Document Base.
Published by g-30036401, 2021-04-20 09:35:02

Sultan Johor

Sultan Johor



Sultan of Johor

Participator: Bryan Ham Wei Ern
Class : 6B
Email address: [email protected]
School and address:
Sekolah Jenis Kebangasaan (C) Chee Tong
Jalan Kempas, Taman Kota Putri,
81750 Masai, Johor


Sultan Ibrahim Ismail Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar Al-Haj, who was proclaimed as the 25th Sultan of Johor on 23 January 2010 and crowned
on 23 March 2015 at the Istana Besar, Johor Bahru.
“While our frontliners are doing an outstanding job, all of us must do our part to break the chain of this dreaded pandemic.”
This was the statement that Sultan always says. He is an empathy person. Sultan Johor is the person that I admire the most since 2015. Next, I will be
telling you information about my beloved Sultan Johor.

Biography of Sultan

• 23 January 2010 – present

Regnal name
• Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar

• Tunku Ibrahim Ismail ibni Tunku Mahmud Iskandar

• 23 March 2015

• Iskandar of Johor

• November 22, 1958 (age 62)

Sultanah Aminah Hospital, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaya

Heir apparent
• Tunku Ismail

Biography of Sultan


• Tunku Ismail Idris
• Tunku Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah
• Tunku Idris Iskandar
• Almarhum (Late) Tunku Abdul Jalil
• Tunku Abdul Rahman


• Sultan Iskandar Ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail Al-Khalidi


• Hajah Khalsom binti Abdullah (Josephine Ruby Trevorrow)


• Raja Zarith Sofia



The late Sultan Iskandar sent him to complete his secondary education at Trinity Grammar School in Sydney, Australia from 1968 until 1970.
After finishing his high school, he was sent to Pusat Latihan Tentera Darat (pulada) in Kota Tinggi for basic military training. He also received military
training in the us–at Fort Benning, Georgia and later at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

The sultan is a fully trained army, navy and air force officer and has also studied Diplomacy and International relations. He attended the Fletcher
School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston, Massachusetts, where he completed courses on South-east Asian strategic studies and international laws of the
Seas, according to the Johor sultan’s official coronation website.


Business dealings
Although given a monthly allowance of RM27,000, sultan ibrahim had done some business dealings such as

• Investment in Redtone (20% equity)
• Investment in MOL AccessPortal (15% equity)
• Investment in RedTone International (20% equity)
• Investment in 7Eleven Malaysia (8.5% equity)[65]
• Investment in Berjaya Assets
• Investment in Umobile (15% equity)


 Investment in Berjaya Time Square (20% equity)
 Sold 116 acres of prime seafront land in Johor Bahru(previously converted from State land to Sultanate land, formerly the southbound heavy

vehicle and passenger vehicle separate border crossings from Malaysia to Singapore, before the Johor- Singapore Causeway) and coastal
reclamation rights, to Guangzhou R&F for MYR 4.5 billion [69]
 Benalec Holdings reclamation sites in Pengarang
 Tanjung Piai for petroleum facilities and a maritime industrial park
 Country Garden’s reclamation of 4 islands off Tanjung Kupang for the Forest City megaproject (expected size of 3,425 acres, adjacent to
the Malaysia- Singapore Second Link) of which Sultan Ibrahim has 64.4% equity in Esplanade Danga 88 Sdn Bhd, which in turn has 34% equity in
the joint-venture company Country Garden Pacific View (CGPV) Sdn Bhd

A motorcycle enthusiast, Sultan Ibrahim is well-known as the founder of the annual motorcycling tour event, Kembara Mahkota Johor.


Public weekend from Saturday/Sunday to Friday/Saturday
Johor, as with the former standalone British protectorates of Perlis, Kedah, Kelantan and Terengganu, used to rest on Fridays and Saturdays, in

contrast with the former Federated Malay States as well as Malacca, Penang, Sabah and Sarawak and the Federal Territory which observe their weekends
on Saturdays and Sundays. Johor, together with Perlis, moved their weekend to Saturday and Sunday on 1 January 1994 to Synchronise
with Singapore next door as well as with Kuala Lumpur, as Johor by then was a quickly industrialising state.

However, on 22 November 2013, on Sultan Ibrahim's birthday celebrations, he decreed that Johor will move back its weekend to Friday and
Saturday, to enable Muslims in the state to attend their Friday prayers, effective 1 January 2014. This move was not without certain controversy, as this
has caused disruptions, particularly for private businesses dealing with Singapore. The private sector nevertheless continues to rest on Saturdays and


Ban on vape
Sultan Ibrahim issued a decree banning vape in Johor effective 1 January 2016. The purposes of the ban is for the sake of the health of the Johor state

residents. Kelantan and Terengganu followed soon after.
District name changes

In August 2015, Sultan Ibrahim decreed that the name of Kulaijaya district be reverted to its former name of Kulai. He also decreed that Nusajaya be renamed
to Iskandar Puteri, as well as renaming Ledang District to Tangkak District.
Ban on oversized signboards

In January 2016, Sultan Ibrahim also decreed that signboards for businesses must not exceed 6.1 m × 1.2 m, so as to prevent any dangers to the public as well as
to reduce unsightly signboards which mar the city beauty.


Sultan Ibrahim Ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar will contribute a variety of medical equipment and necessities for hospitals in the state through the
Sultan Ibrahim Johor Foundation (SIJF).In a statement posted on Sultan Ibrahim’s official Facebook page on Friday (March 27), it stated that the Sultan Ismail
Hospital would be receiving 19 ventilator units, while Hospital Kluang would get 24 ventilator units, as well as 200 pillows and bedsheets.In addition, about 60
pillows and bedsheets will be given to Hospital Permai in Tampoi.His Majesty is also contributing protective gear for medical staff as well as biological
isolation chambers.

All these material contributions are on top of the clear-headed and much needed messaging by the royal family supporting and asking their citizens to
comply and adhere to the MCO. These actions are par for the course for the Johor royal family, who have a long tradition of taking serious concern in
alleviating the burdens of those who need the most. The aforementioned Sultan Ibrahim Johor Foundation (YSIJ) has long been known for its regular
contributions to needy families and opportunity creation through its scholarships and affordable housing scheme in Rumah Mampu Milik Joho (RMMJ).

Covid-19: Johor Ruler to contribute medical equipment, supplies to hospitals


A total of 320 multi -racial families from Mukim Machap, Kluang near here received food items from the Sultan of Johor,
Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar through the Sultan Ibrahim Johor Foundation (YSIJ). The assistance was presented by the Chinese Major, Datuk David Wong
accompanied by his chief coordinator, Desmond Lee to the Machap Sub -District Chief, Ahmad Farhan Abu Bakar. Ahmad Farhan said, he represented the
residents there and appreciated the blessings of the Sultan of Johor for providing assistance to the families.
"The administration of Mukim Machap respects his concern for the welfare of the people," he said as reported by the Royal Press Office (RPO) today.
Earlier, Sultan Ibrahim also presented gifts of food items and personal donations in conjunction with the Chinese New Year celebration to 96 students
at three Chinese national type schools (SJKC) in the district. Recipients of assistance include students of SJKC Johor Jaya, SJKC Foon Yew 2 and SJKC Pei Hwa.

320 families received food needs from the Sultan of Johor

The Leadership Values Of Sultan Ibrahim That Can Be Exampled By The New

Sultan Ibrahim is an empathy person. He able to provide support and build a sense of trust to his people. He launched Johor Crown Adventure
Program, to implement various welfare projects along the convoy route in all 10 districts in johor. His Majesty always care and lends help to people.
Regardless of time or weather, everytime the people face diffculties due to natural disasters, Sultan Ibrahim immediately visits and shares problems with
the people.The people regardless of religion and race continue to receive the gift of food assistance from Sultan Ibrahim, especially students from B40
group.We, as young generation, should have empathy personality, care and willingly to lends help, and provide assistant to those who are needed around


Sultan Ibrahim is an empathy person. His Majesty always care and lends help to people. I love my Sultan very much and His Majesty inspires me
very much to be a good person.
Daulat Tuanku.



Click to View FlipBook Version