“Zalina, if you’re out there, call mom, dad, let me know you’re safe” – Sharifah Shawati

“Zalina, if you’re out there, call mom, dad, let me know you’re safe” – Sharifah Shawati

KUALA LUMPUR : A good friend of the missing former TV personality, Zalina Shaharah Azman or better known as Zalina Azman, Datin Sharifah Shawati described her friend as a strong person.

During an interview on the MeleTOP program on Tuesday night, Sharifah, who appeared in a black robe with a scarf given by her best friend, believed that Zalina was still safe.

“I want to believe, she is still with us. She is out there, because I know Zalina has a strong desire, she is a strong person.
“So Zal, if you’re looking at us right now, you know we’re looking for you. We love you and want you to know, you’re not alone.

“You need to be a strong person, because whatever you are facing right now, we don’t know, but we are all with you, Zal.

“We love you. Please call your parents, family and tell them you are safe

“We will not stop looking for you,” said Sharifah.

According to him again, Zalina is a person who takes care of personal stories and does not like peddling unnecessary stories.

She said she herself had lost contact with his friend for a long time.

“I haven’t seen Zalina for a long time. The last time I saw her was during her birthday celebration. It’s been a long time.

“At that time I was asked to be the host of the ceremony for her son Mikal who was about to get married, but now Mikhael Norman is 33 years old. Imagine how long it was not to see each other after that.

“(I tried) to call her because I wanted to go out with her (but she) didn’t answer. So we thought she wanted a private life. So we have to be respectful,” she shared again.

In the meantime, Sharifah also left a message for the public not to make any false assumptions about the loss of her friend.

“We need to respect her family and herself. I remember her as a very kind person, but the secret chapters…

“We know that during a pandemic, many people are stressed, even us actually. Stress and anxiety will all face it and how we deal with it is important.

“I’m not saying it’s related to Zalina, it’s just that if the pandemic is a lot of people feel that way, it’s possible that she feels that way or she doesn’t want people to bother her, I don’t know. Maybe she doesn’t want to trouble people,” she added.

Previously, the media reported that Zalina, who was reported missing since November last year, has not yet been found even though all search efforts have been made.

Shah Alam District Police Chief, ACP Mohd Iqbal Ibrahim said in a statement that he received a report from her son, Mikhael, regarding the disappearance of his mother on November 29 last year.

In the inspection at the house of Zalina, who is believed to live alone, it was found that the situation in the house was not organized but the victim was not at home.

source – Nickyson Nyambar


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