Memoirs of Tan Sri Ani Arope by Nor Faridah Abdul Manaf (Editor), Rogayah A. Razak (Editor)

The memoir is a collection of Tan Sri Ani Arope’s writings on his rich and illustrious life. One reads about Ani Arope – his early roots, childhood, schooling days as well as his early adult life. He recounts the moments he met his wife. He writes about the start of his careers as a young agronomist, as an agricultural officer, a Fulbright sponsored graduate student in the US, and his succesful leadership at MARDI, RRIM and TNB. He talks about his ultimate challenge at TNB.

After retirement, Tan Sri Ani Arope takes up flying and talks about how flying is an excellent sport to take away the stresses of life. Tan Sri Ani Arope proved his mantle of strength at the face of adversaries when he writes about his challengers (or rather, accesptance) of his illness as well as dealing with the loss of a close friend and his astute responses to current issues despite his illness.
This memoir is a historical yet personal narrative to a life well-lived and provide remarkably clear insights into what shapes Ani Arope as a person and a leader.

Ani Arope: Even my Jew pal could say ‘Alhamdulillah’

Published on Dec 16, 2013
In a day and age when Christians in Malaysia are barred from using the word ‘Allah’, former Tenaga Nasional Bhd chairperson Ani Arope reminisced of the old days when even Jews could say ‘Allahamduillah’.



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