Naming of ‘Ffira Mikah’ mini stadium did not follow procedure, says Kedah MB Wednesday, 16 Dec 2020 07:33 PM MYT Kedah Mentri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor speaks to the media after chairing a meeting of the state executive council … It was proposed during the administrative meeting. “It has nothing to do with my name. In a moment of grandiose narcissism, Padang Terap district officer Hakim Ariff Md Noor, renamed the local mini-stadium “Ffira Mikah.” In his response to the outburst on social media, Hakim Ariff slipped into a moment of ostentatious stupor and claimed the … It was proposed during the administrative meeting. He said that the name Ffira Mikah was a combination of Arabic and Spanish or Greek. This came after it was pointed out that the mini stadium’s name, “Ffira Mikah”, is Hakim Ariff’s name in reverse. (Facebook pic) ALOR SETAR: The … “In Spanish or Greek, ffira means something great whereas mikah in Arabic means angel, he was quoted a saying by Sinar Harian. A mini stadium in Kedah renamed as 'Ffira Mikah' is causing quite a bit of controversy. He said, “It has nothing to do with my name. Instead, he claimed that the mini stadium’s rebranded name was a combination of Arabic and Spanish or Greek. In Spanish or Greek, ‘Ffira’ means something great while ‘Mikah’ in Arabic is the name of an angel.” Hakim Ariff, who is also the President of Padang Terap District Council, said that after the renovation and rebranding of the stadium, his party wanted to invigorate everyone’s spirit with a … A Malaysian official who renamed a stadium insists its new title, which is his name in reverse, is in fact an amalgam of Arabic and “Spanish or Greek”.Hakim Ariff Md Noor, the district officer for the state of Kedah, said it was just a coincidence that the Ffira Mikah stadium’s new name was his name Google does not recognise the word ffira as Spanish or Greek. Asal dari Malaysia, Jocelyn Yow kini datuk bandar California Ffira Mikah Mini Stadium: Ssorry, the nname is a nno-go | New Straits Times Terengganu dijangka alami kemarau serius antara 2025-2030. When will Malaysian civil servants and politicians leave their egos at home and just serve the rakyat. An impossible sounding name for a stadium is already hard to digest, but sharp netizens later pointed out another interesting fact about the unique name. "In Spanish or Greek, ffira means something great whereas mikah in Arabic means angel, he was quoted a saying by Sinar Harian. This is a rather strange turn of events and is befuddling in many ways. For … It was alleged that the Ffira Mikah stadium was Padang Terap district officer Hakim Ariff Md Noor’s name spelt backwards. It has implicit meaning. Read more While “mikah” resembles the Arabic word for angel, “malaikah”, “ffira” does not mean “great” in Spanish or Greek, nor does it appear to mean any other word. It was proposed during the administrative meeting. It has implicit meaning. It auto-detects the word as Bulgarian and carries the meaning "wastage". Stadium Named After District Officer, Spelt Backwards, “Ffira Mikah” Is a No-Go Posted on December 14, 2020 December 14, 2020 by Charles Sim What was to be the “Ffira mMikah Mini Stadium” in Kedah, has backfired after the state government interfered due to the widespread criticism it has received for its name. It has implicit meaning.