Malaysia must embrace changes to succeed, says Najib at TN50 event
PUTRAJAYA: The government is entrusted with preparing Malaysians to face drastic changes as the country strives to become among the top 20 nations by 2050.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, speaking at the National Transformation 2050 (TN50) dialogue session with civil servants today, said changes must be embraced in order for progress to happen.
“Drastic changes are inevitable. If we fail to realise this, we will become victims to changes.
“There are many instances of what can happen if we are not ready to address changes,” the prime minister told around 1,300 civil servants attending the TN50 dialogue session.
Najib said Malaysia’s growth must be a quantum leap and not incremental to cope with the drastic changes.
Najib said he also wished to hear creative and innovative solutions from the floor.
“We must push ourselves to the limit and even beyond the limit. We must always look for creative solutions,” he said, citing the success of the Urban Transformation Centre (UTC) as an example.
Najib said civil servants should not only become regulators but facilitators too.
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