Who Is Samirah Muzaffar Father? Husband Nazrin Hassan Murder Case and Verdict Details: Samirah Muzaffar has been released from the charges of murdering her husband Nazrin Hassan after the court authority failed to recognize the real face of the murderer. The Judge of this case, Ab Karim Ab Rahman has announced that the accused would be released even before he/she asks for permission for the release, but it had no result. On 14th June 2018, Samirah, her children, and their maid Eka Wahyu Lestari were announced to be the murderers of Nazrin Hassan in their Mutiara Damansara, who was the Chief Executive Officer of the Cradle Fund. Follow More Updates On UptoBrain.com

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Who Is Samirah Muzaffar Father?

Nazrin Hassan was born on the 5th of May 1973 in Kuala Lumpur and lost his life in 2018 on the 14th of June. He lost his life after the explosion of his mobile phone. According to the reports, Nazrin Hassan lost his life because his brain got an extreme injury inside the nerves from the blast of the mobile phone. All the shreds of evidence from the incident spot were seized by the police. He was only 45 years old when he lost his life.

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Nazrin Hassan served himself as a Chief Executive Officer of the Cradle Fund since October 2007. He was an executive committee member of the UK Executive Council for the Malaysian Students. Nazrin Hassan was a board member of the Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre for almost one year, and he was also the board member of the Cradle’s Venture Capital Arm, Cradle Seen Ventures until he died. He completed his graduation with a Bachelor of Laws, in 1994, and took his Master’s degree in Master of Laws in 1997 from the King’s College London.

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Samirah Muzaffar is a daughter of a great businessman, entrepreneur, and executive Chandra Muzzafar. He is also a Malaysian Muslim Political Scientist and an Islamic advocate and activist. Chandra Muzzafar is the writer of the civilization dialogue, human rights Malaysian Politics, and International relations. Chandra Muzzafar started to work as a director of the Centre for Civilisational Dialogue at Malaya University, in Kuala Lumpur.

Later he became a professor at the University of Science of Global Studies in Penang. Aliran Kesedaran Negara was founded by Chandra Muzzafar from 1977 to 1991. This was a recreated group for justice, freedom, and solidarity in Malaysia. And now he serves as the President of the International Movement for a Just World (JUST), which is a non-governmental organization with an aim of raising consciousness among people on the moral and intellectual basis of global justice.


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