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Thursday, July 2, 2009

Oh is PM's new political secretary


Published: Thursday July 2, 2009 StarOnline

Academician Oh Ei Sun, who is also a highly sought international speaker,motivator, consultant and entrepreneur, has been appointed political secretary to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak.

An official from the Prime Minister's Office said the appointment was effective June 16.

The 35-year-old Sabahan, trained in law, management, engineering and the languages, has extensive experience serving various international and world bodies under the United Nations.

Oh holds a degree each in aeronautical and mechanical engineering, and another in German language, apart from a double masters in science and international management as well as Juris Doctor in Law (JD), obtained from his eight years of study at the University of Califonia.

His working experience includes serving with international organisation such as International Telecommunication Union and the Working Group on Emergency Telecommunications, both located in Geneva, Switzerland.

Fluent in five languages Bahasa Malaysia, English, Chinese, German and French, Oh has conducted various consulting works for multinational and international corporations, as well as advising diverse smallandmedium enterprises on legal and business startup issues.

Not limited to the corporate sector, he has also rendered his expertise in strategic, technical and legal advice to various international organisations, governments and agencies, political parties, nongovernmental organisations, as well as professional, civic and cultural bodies.

Oh once served as a United Nations (UN) Expert Consultant, advising various governments on emergency communications. He has also worked closely with various UN partner agencies, including the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), World Food Programme (WFP), International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), the World Bank, International Monetary Fund (IMF) and UN Development Programme.

He has also served as chief executive officer for a telecomunications company based in Hong Kong, and been involved in mobile multichannel sharetrading services in China.

Oh had his share of expertise in training managerial level professionals, delivered more than 500 modules to more than 20,000 corporate directors where he has recently expanded his expertise in the field of financial management and education.

"I am honoured to be able to serve the country and the people at this critical juncture, both politically and economically," he said here today.

Asked what his first mission would be after being appointed, Oh said he would like to promote the concept of 1Malaysia and engaging in dialogue with more people from the various backgrounds and communities.

"This is particulary important to understand the pulse of the people, as well as to obtain feedback from the people," he said.

"There is one element in 1Malaysia that I feel most deeply about. It is about integrity, both in the public sector and the private endeavour. I would like to see more emphasis on this as we continue to promote 1Malaysia," he said.

This former student of the Kian Kok Middle School in Kota Kinabalu is also an adjunct professor with the Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMs). - BERNAMA

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