Tan Sri Datuk Amar Leo Moggie anak Irok was Malaysia’s Minister of Energy, Communications and Multimedia, and Minister of Welfare Services in the Sarawak State Government in the eras of Tun Abdul Razak, Tun Hussein Onn, and Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. He had an illustrious career as a politician in Sarawak, first as a member of the Opposition, then as part of the National Front. Tan Sri is the longest -serving Chairman of TNB, Malaysia’s largest electricity utility company, having helmed the company since 2004.
Perdana Leadership Foundation interviewed Tan Sri Leo Moggie as part of its Oral History Series. A proud Dayak, Tan Sri shares much of what life was like in East Malaysia before Sarawak’s Independence, and the complications that arose once it became part of Malaysia. He shares also many entertaining anecdotes of life as a politician in Sarawak.
This book shines a spotlight on one of Malaysia’s longest-serving members of Cabinet, and an icon of Sarawak politics, Tan Sri Leo Moggie anak Irok.