Not True! Nur Amalina Is Still Outstanding In UK -Mother
KUALA LUMPUR – 2005 Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) best student, Nur Amalina Che Bakri is still continue to excel in her double degree courses in medicine and Pharmacology at University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and often receives praises from her lecturers.
Nur Amalina’s mother, Sabariah Hasan said, her daughter has obtained many recognitions from the well-known university and several of her researches regarding world medicine frequently obtained a place in higher learning institution journals in United Kingdom (UK).
According to Sabariah, Nur Amalina is currently pursuing her internship at a world famous medical centre in UK before completing her studies on May next year and is striving to complete a medical book with her university friends.
“Nur Amalina is doing her internship at a medical centre there (UK) and is expected to complete her studies on May 2013 before returning to Malaysia.
“In fact, she is currently working hard to complete a medical book which will be made as a reference for lecturers, students and medicine practitioner. The book is in the final stages of completion.
“All that is not true! My daughter is still pursuing her studies in her final year in medicine,” said Sabariah which was quoted from a famous news portal, myMetro.
She was forced to summon a media conference to give an explanation regarding reports from several blogs claiming that Nur Amalina is currently living a free life and is wild besides failing in her studies and has returned to Malaysia quietly.
The blogs also circulated pictures said to be ‘stolen’ from Nur Amalina’s Facebook page and the action has roused various accusations, including blaming the Malaysian Government.
Besides that, Sabariah who is currently a Senior Teaching Assistant at Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Taman Johor Jaya 2 also expressed her dissatisfaction towards Berita Harian Online.
“The issue of failure in her studies did not rise as claimed by certain parties,” she firmly stated.
She is disappointed with all the various accusations thrown at her daughter until they were willing to ‘steal’ and circulate several personal pictures from her only child’s Facebook page until it caused bad controversy.
“The clothes worn by Amalina was bought by me, while the pictures involved were taken during our holiday in Paris on August 2009.
“Actually, the pictures published are old pictures considered private. I know each of my daughter’s friends who were also in those pictures,” Nur Amalina’s mother explained to correct the situation.
She also contact Nur Amalina through ‘Skype’ yesterday and asked about the circulated pictures reputed to be sexy and wild in several local blogs.
“She laughed when I told her because she is already immune to such accusations. This is not the first time an incident like this occurred. Maybe someone is jealous with my daughter’s success,” she said quoted from the same media.
By: Zamzukhairi Noordin