Tunku Abdul Majid
Malaysian princess
Tunku Abdul Majid
Tunku Abdul Majid Idris Ibni Almarhum Sultan Mahmud Iskandar Al-Haj is the Tunku Bendahara of Johor. A sports enthuasiast, Tunku Majid has served honorary positions in a few notable sports associations in Malaysia, including the President of the Malaysian Golf Association and Deputy President of the Malaysian Hockey Federation.
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    THIRTIES
  • 2008
    Age 37
    In November 2008, accusations by the Malaysian Golf Association was brought by its members against Tunku Majid for excessive and unethical use of the association's funds.
    More Details Hide Details A committee member, Abdul Majid Md Yusoff - an elected committee member who issued the notice of the EGM, in which Tunku Majid responded strongly to his claims. Shortly before an Extraordinary General Meeting was held to decide the fate of Tunku Majid, Tunku Majid said that it was unconstitutional to the vires of the rules of the MGA and pledged to continue serving the association until his term expires the following year, but also expressing that he would not seek re-election to be its association's president. He expressed his decision to boycott the meeting, after seeking legal advice from a lawyer. The delegates voted in favour of impeaching Tunku Majid as his president. A vote of no confidence against Tunku Majid as President was taken - with 129 delegates voting in favour of his impeachment and 33 against. However, questions were about the technical ambiguity questioned the legitimacy of the meeting, whose views were also supported by former President Thomas Lee and vice-President Zain Yusof. Following the delegation, Tunku Majid expressed that he still believed that he was the President of the MGA. Members of the MGA rebutted by citing provisions within its constitution, and refuted Tunku Majid's claims that the EGM was unconstitutional.
    In late 2008, an internal crisis in the administration of these sports associations resulted in Tunku Majid being relieved of his positions.
    More Details Hide Details An incident in 1992 which saw Tunku Majid assaulting a hockey coach culminated in the stripping of legal immunity by members of the royalty. The incident, which occurred on 10 July 1992, occurred during a hockey match with Perak. Tunku Majid, who was with the players, apparently got irritated after the Perak hockey team won the game by a penalty shot, and subsequently beat up the Perak Hockey Coach, Mohamed Jaafar Vello (also known as Jaafar Selvaraj). Following the incident, Jaafar lodged a police report with the moral support of the cabinet towards the end of the month. Subsequently, press reports launched a series of articles publishing the incident, and the Malaysian Hockey Federation, being prompted to act, issued a five-year ban to Tunku Majid from participating in any national hockey tournaments. Sultan Iskandar, apparently infuriated by the decision, issued an edict to pressure the Johor education department to enforce a boycott of Johor hockey teams participation in national hockey tournaments. Hockey coaches criticised his decision. Sultan Iskandar, taking Gomez' remarks in offence, ordered Gomez to meet him in November 1992 at Istana Bukit Serene, where he reprimanded and assaulted Gomez. The incident sparked off a standoff between the Malaysian government and members of the royalty after the government proposed changes to review the status of the legal immunity of the rulers.
    In 2008, he proposed the formation of the Asean Golf Foundation.
    More Details Hide Details Presidents of the golf clubs of the ASEAN countries will take turns to serve as its secretary general. In addition, he was also noted for his contributions to the development of the Malaysian hockey and golf teams.
  • 2006
    Age 35
    In January 2006, Tunku Majid married Tunku Teh Mazni Binti Tunku Yusuf, a member of Kedah and Kelantan royal family.
    More Details Hide Details Tunku Teh's father is the son of Tunku Temenggong of Kedah, Tunku Muhammad Jiwa Ibni Sultan Abdul Hamid and her mother Tengku Embon Suria, is the daughter of Tengku Sri Pekerma DiRaja of Kelantan, Tengku Abdul Majid Ibni Tengku Besar Tuan Yusof. They have a son, Tunku Mahmood Iskandar, whom Tunku Majid fondly named him after his father, Sultan Mahmud Iskandar and a daughter named Tunku Aisha Menjalara Iskandar. Tunku Majid's interest in the Malaysian sports industry resulted in his appointment as the President of the Malaysian Golf Association. and Deputy President of the Malaysian Hockey Federation During his tenure in an honorary capacity of these national sports associations, he was noted for his contributions to the sporting field at the national level.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1992
    Age 21
    An incident in 1992 which saw Tunku Majid allegedly assaulting a hockey coach culminated in the stripping of legal immunity among members of the royalty and briefly generated controversy within public circles.
    More Details Hide Details He is the half-brother of the current Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Ismail.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1989
    Age 18
    In 1989, after his uncle, Tunku Abdul Rahman, the incumbent Tunku Bendahara of Johor, Tunku Majid was appointed by his father to succeed Tunku Abdul Rahman.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1970
    Born
    Tunku Majid is the second son of Sultan Iskandar by his second wife Sultanah Zanariah, and was born in 1970 at the Sultanah Aminah Hospital in Johor Bahru.
    More Details Hide Details In his youth, he was enrolled into English College Johore Bahru before pursuing his studies at MENLO College, Palo Alto in San Francisco. Tunku Majid also took part in international sports tournaments in the 1980s as a youth, particularly hockey and golf, which he excelled in.
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