Abdul Jalil Ibni Sultan Ibrahim, Malaysian royal, Prince of Johor, Died at 25

Abdul Jalil Ibni Sultan Ibrahim was born on July 5, 1990 and died on December 5, 2015.

He was a Malaysian royal, the Prince of Johor.

Prince Abdul received his early education at Sekolah Sri Utama Johor.

He also attended the Yayasan Pendidikan Johor Zaikarim Johor Bahru International School.

He attended the British university to complete zoological and conservation studies.

The prince volunteered as a Zookeeper at the Singapore Zoo for a year and the London Zoo for two years.

Abdul had made history as the first member of the Johor royal household to serve in the police force, by becoming an inspector last October, after a nine-month training stint.

Tunku Abdul Jalil never played polo because he was allergic to horse hair.

He was regarded and remembered as Johor’s favorite prince, Tunku Abdul Jalil often visited patients at the Sultan Ismail Hospital and Sultanah Aminah Hospital in Johor Baru to talk to them and cheer them up.

He was active in various non-profit organizations, including the Malaysian Nature Society, Spastic Children’s Association of Johor, MRCS and Orangutan Appeal UK.

He was appointed the officer in charge of Johor Palace affairs in October.

His father Sultan Ibrahim to set up the Tunku Laksamana Johor Cancer Foundation this year to assist other cancer patients in Malaysia.

Abdul volunteered to help the victims of the floods that hit the state in 2006.

Abdul Jalil Ibni Sultan Ibrahim passed away at 25 due to cancer.