The hijabi woman you see in the picture is "Halima Yakub", Singapore's first female president. Unable to bear the burning sensation of hunger as a child, he tried to commit suicide twice.
Halima Yakub, Singapore's first female president (current president), is a shining example of the uncertainty of human life (whether positive or negative).
The man who once tried to commit suicide because he could not bear the intensity of hunger is the president of a country today! In addition, as a woman, she has become the head of state of a country like Singapore. She has established herself in the pages of Singapore's history.
Born in 1954, Halima lost her father when she was just 7 years old. As the only person who earns goes away, the family naturally goes to the edge of the abyss. Inevitably, Halima Yakub's mother took a job as a hotel maid on the sidewalk. After school, Halima used to come and help her mother. He could not eat even though there was a lot of good food arranged in front of his eyes. Mother and daughter used to eat with the leftovers of the hotel at night.
He said in a speech after becoming president that when pride grew in him, he decided to commit suicide. Tired of fighting hunger and poverty, he really tried to commit suicide one day, but death was not written on his forehead. It was written, he will one day be the president of the country!
Halima Yakub, the mother of today's president, passed away on September 11, 2015. The general election was being held in Singapore on that day. The mother could not see her daughter Halima's victory for only a few hours, nor could the President see her daughter.
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