Malaysian PM’s wife doesn’t like his tweeting habitsMay 1st, 2011 - 11:49 am ICT by IANS
Kuala Lumpur, May 1 (IANS) Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak says his wife Rosmah Mansor gets irritated with his late night tweeting.
An avid blogger, Najib told his “Facebook friends” with whom he interacts in different cities across the country that his wife does hot approve his late evening working on iPad.
Answering questions in a meeting with over 100 of his Facebook friends here, Najib said he often tweets at night due to his busy schedule.
“My wife is angry with me as I look at my iPad to update my status rather than look at her,” he quipped.
For his Facebook account, he said his personnel prepare the drafts and it is updated upon his approval, The Star said Sunday.
Najib is considered among the more tech-savvy Asian leaders, who also runs through editorial comments in newspapers.
He recently appealed to bloggers to use the space with ‘restraint’ and not communicate anything that would harm the country.
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