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Friday, May 25, 2018

Fuzi: Police need time to probe seized cash claimed by Umno

The IGP says the investigation is ongoing and police will not be hasty in taking action.

KUALA LUMPUR - Inspector-General of Police Mohamad Fuzi Harun said police will need time to investigate a recent seizure of cash which Umno claims is election campaign contributions that belong to the party.

Fuzi said the investigation was ongoing and the police would not resort to any hasty action.

Police report lodged against 'activist' for slandering Jeffrey

KOTA KINABALU - Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (Star) lodged a police report against a Facebook user for slandering Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Where’s the ‘Ubah’ in Sabah?

Nothing appears to have changed except for the faces in the new state Cabinet line-up
By Clement Stanley

As a Sabahan, I have a vested interest in what goes on in my state. I believe the same goes for all those who voted, and even those who did not vote in GE14. But rewind to pre-GE14 and compare it with post-GE14, and it becomes apparent that some things never change in Sabah. The battle cry of “Ubah” on which Shafie Adpal and his Parti Warisan Sabah had staked all and sundry is beginning to look like nothing more than a hollow catchphrase.

Police Report Against TYT Sabah

SANDAKAN, SABAH – An independent Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) activist here has lodged a police report against Sabah Head of State, Tun Juhar Mahiruddin at Sandakan Town police station on Wednesday.

In his police report, the activist Bakram Hatib had claimed that Tun Juhar had deliberately delayed the swearing-in ceremony of Chief Minister position for Tan Sri Musa Aman which was postponed three times with intention.

Practise what you preach, Pakatan Harapan and Warisan told

By Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan

Will the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission  close its files on Parti Warisan Sabah President Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal now that he is the purported Chief Minister of Sabah?

What will happen to the allegations and investigations launched against him for allegedly skimming funds meant for rural development during his tenure as the Minister of Rural and Regional Development between 2009 and 2015 ?

There needs to be a clear conclusion to the investigations by the MACC against Shafie who was arrested along with several other Warisan leaders and Barisan Nasional "traitors" last year.

Stop governing until court decides, PBS tells Warisan

Parti Bersatu Sabah says this is to avoid a constitutional crisis in the state, and that the legal government is the one set up by Musa Aman

KOTA KINABALU - Acting Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) president Maximus Ongkili today urged the Parti Warisan Sabah-Pakatan Harapan (PH) state government to cease governing until the court decides on the legality of its status.

He said this was to avoid a constitutional crisis and “administrative havoc” in the running of the state.

Speaking at a PBS meeting with senior leaders and members of the youth and women’s wings in Kota Marudu yesterday, he said the state constitution and laws must be upheld to show that the government truly cared for the well-being of all Malaysians in Sabah.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

An open letter to our new education minister

Maszlee Malik should address the concerns of the people over his religious leanings and the religious-centric character of the current education system

By Siti Kasim

Dear Minister of Education, Dr Maszlee,

I have been very vocal in opposing your appointment and in wanting Tun Dr Mahathir to retain the post of MoE.

MACC's dawn raid of Dr Jeffrey's house politically motivated?

KOTA KINABALU - The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) raided Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (STAR) president Jeffrey Kitingan’s house on Monday, and later questioned him for four hours.

Following the raid, Jeffrey said the MACC should investigate the people behind the allegation that he and Bingkor assemblyman Robert Tawi were bribed to support Sabah BN.

Cash King MP also known as 'pau kau tim'

GEORGE TOWN - Another nickname of the ‘Cash King MP’ is “pau kau tim”, Cantonese for “guaranteed to settle”, sources revealed.

In a full transcript which was made available Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull to the press on Tuesday (May 22) that there was an MP from the north who met with him twice to ask him to stop investigations on 1MDB and SRC International.

Nothing personal in C4’s stand on Guan Eng, says NGO

The anti-graft body’s executive director Cynthia Gabriel insists the finance minister should have been cleared of his corruption charges first before taking public office
GEORGE TOWN - Anti-graft group Center to Combat Corruption and Cronyism’s (C4) executive director Cynthia Gabriel today said there was nothing personal in her stand that Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng should have been cleared of his corruption charges first before taking office.

Cynthia acknowledged that Lim was the right man for the job, but pointed out that good governance principles must be upheld.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Covert agency linked to former PM raided

KUALA LUMPUR - A house belonging to a high-ranking female officer, believed to be connected to former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, was raided over the weekend.

According to Malaysia Decides, the woman, who was said to be the then head of a powerful intelligence unit – Malaysian External Intellig­ence Organisation – under the Prime Minister’s Department, went on leave pending a probe that Najib had handed her important documents two days before GE14.

The news portal reported that Bukit Aman police raided her house in Seri Kembangan.

They also sealed two buildings in Putrajaya and Jalan Bellamy from where the unit operated. However, no documents were found.

Najib called in by MACC for questioning, no arrest yet, has to return on Thursday

PUTRAJAYA - Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak left the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) headquarters here at about 3.15pm after being questioned for several hours on Tuesday.

In brief remarks to the press, he said he would have to return on Thursday (May 24) for further questioning.

Najib's statement was recorded on Tuesday over the probe into SRC International Sdn Bhd, a former subsidiary of the controversial 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).

Shafie shrugs off Sabahans' call for him to relinquish Finance portfolio

KOTA KINABALU - Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal played down public outcry over his state Finance portfolio.

Calls for him to relinquish his Finance portfolio were made by various NGOs including Sabah Bersih, while an online petition has garnered more than 17,000 signatures in a week.

On a question if he was holding the post on a temporary basis to sort out issues left by the previous government, he said, “We will see”.

'Questionable' Saudi prince failed to show proof of RM2.6bil donation

PUTRAJAYA - Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officers went to Saudi Arabia in 2015 to look for the “prince” who had supposedly donated RM2.6bil to Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, but he failed to show the proof.

MACC chief commissioner Datuk Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull (pic) said someone had introduced the prince to the officers when they were in Saudi Arabia.

“In our standard operating procedures, we look for the witness ourselves but in this case, somebody introduced the prince to us.

Monday, May 21, 2018

Country's debt at alarming RM1 trillion, says Mahathir

PUTRAJAYA - Malaysia's debt has reached an alarming one trillion ringgit, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.

He said important measures must be taken for the nation to quickly recover from the situation.

He pointed out that the country only used to have debts of around RM300 billion when he was the prime minister previously.

"But now, our debts have reached more than one trillion and we need to solve this," he said at the monthly assembly with the civil servants under the Prime Minister's Department.

Martial arts legend battles illness and injuries as fans express shock

Jet Li fans share their personal battles with hyperthyroidism, as martial arts icon’s health problems continue to shock

While news of the wushu legend’s illness and injuries spread across the world, some South China Morning Post readers have detailed their own experiences of the debilitating condition

Fans of ailing martial arts superstar Jet Li Lianjie have been sharing their own personal battles with hyperthyroidism, the illness the 55-year-old actor is suffering from, as news of his frail appearance continues to make shock waves.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Shifting back to SST and its implications

THE sales and service tax (SST) is set to make a comeback in the Malaysian tax scene, after it was scrapped three years ago to make way for the goods and services tax (GST).

Prior to that, the SST had been in place for 40 years.

Hardly a week since its surprise victory in the 14th General Election, the Pakatan Harapan government announced that it would remove the unpopular GST and replace it with the SST.

Removing the tax, introduced by the Barisan Nasional government in April 2015, was one of the many pledges listed in the new ruling government’s election manifesto.

Ministerial appointments for Sabah and Sarawak to come second by PH govt

KOTA KINABALU - The newly appointed Federal Cabinet is “Malaya-centric” former Chief Minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee said.

“The explanations coming out from Kuala Lumpur is that Sabah and Sarawak will be accommodated in the second batch of ministers,” said Yong, who is also the Sabah Progressive Party president.

“What this essentially means is that Malaya will form the Cabinet first. Borneo can join later,” he said.

“This is a reflection of the 1957 and 1963 mindset - Malaya formed first. And Sabah and Sarawak joined later. This is not the concept of EQUAL STATUS as promised by Pakatan Harapan or Barisan Nasional for Sabah and Sarawak,” Yong added.

TYT lodges police report against Musa

"Did the TYT allow his problem with the CM to cloud his judgement (neutrality) in appointing another CM later?"

KOTA KINABALU - A top Sabah Barisan Nasional leader is being investigated over an alleged threat against the Yang di-Pertua Negeri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin.

The head of state is believed to have lodged a police report following the swearing-in of Tan Sri Musa Aman as Sabah Chief Minister on the night of May 10.

Sirul’s partner Azilah still waiting for a pardon hearing

PETALING JAYA - Former police Special Action Force officer Azilah Hadri, who is on death row for the murder of a Mongolian woman, Altantuya Shaariibuu, has been waiting for more than two years for a hearing on his plea for clemency.

His lawyer, Hazman Ahmad, told FMT: “We are still waiting for the Selangor Pardons Board to set the hearing date.”

The Sultan of Selangor chairs the pardons board and its members include the Attorney-General and menteri besar.

Sirul to spill beans on Altantuya's murder if pardoned

PETALING JAYA - Former policeman Sirul Azhar Umar, who was convicted of murdering Altan­tuya Shariibuu, says he is willing to reveal what happened in the case if he is given a full pardon to return to Malaysia.

In an interview with Malaysiakini, Sirul, who is detained in Australia, said he was willing to assist the Pakatan Harapan Govern­ment put a closure to the murder of the Mongolian national in 2006.

From his detention centre in Sydney, Sirul, 45, told the portal that this was a condition for his release, as he felt that many saw him as a political detainee.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Condo search nets more than 100kg gold bars?

The police have refused to confirm or repudiate if gold bars were among the items seized last night from two units at the posh Pavilion Residence in Kuala Lumpur.

“I think it is premature... Too early to confirm or deny what were the items seized,” said federal commercial crimes director Amar Singh Ishar Singh.

“I think it is not proper for me to say so. The reason being is, we have not tabulated exactly,” he told a media conference this morning.

Ex-MP fears return of Mahathir-Anwar brand of Islam

Tawfik Ismail says 'Islamofascism' was what they practised in the 80s and 90s.

PETALING JAYA - Former MP Tawfik Ismail has voiced concern that the renewed partnership of Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim may see them resuming their promotion of what he alleges is a stifling brand of Islam.

Speaking to FMT, he said the Malaysian Muslim Youth Movement (Abim) had erred when it called on Anwar to continue pursuing his vision of a democratic Islam.

Sarawak Report unblocked

The regulator says ban was lifted as 1MDB report has been made public.

The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) today confirmed that previously blocked websites such as Sarawak Report and Medium have been unblocked.

In a brief statement, the commission said there was no longer any reason to block sites as the report on 1MDB has been made public.

Prosecute all corrupt leaders, BN or PH, says Masing

KUCHING - Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) has urged the new Pakatan Harapan (PH) government to prosecute all leaders and former ministers from Barisan Nasional (BN) and PH alike who are suspected of involvement in corrupt activities.

PRS president James Masing said if any wrongdoing had been done, “let the law take its course”.

“But there should not be any selective prosecution,” he said at a press conference after chairing the PRS Supreme Council meeting yesterday.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Anwar: Policeman in Malaysian murder scandal should face new trial

SYDNEY - A former policeman who fled Malaysia after being sentenced to hang for the killing of a Mongolian model, in a scandal linked to his country's ousted government, should face a new trial, political leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim reportedly said on Thursday (May 17).

Sirul Azhar Umar, who is now in Australian custody, has claimed he was ordered by "important people" to murder Altantuya Shaariibuu in 2006.

Expect Arrest of Najib within Days

Police are still conducting search at the private residence of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in Taman Duta.

Several personal items such as handbags, clothes and gifts were seized from the home of former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak at his personal residence in Jalan Langgak Duta, Taman Duta here early today.

However no documents were taken, Najib’s lawyer Datuk Harpal Singh Grewal told reporters after exiting the house at about 4.20 am.

Oil and gas firms must follow state laws from July 1, says Abang Jo

Sarawak CM says his government will update the federal government and its agencies on the steps taken to regulate the O&G industry.

KUCHING - Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg says with effect from July 1, 2018, oil and gas (O&G) industry players must abide by state laws such as the Oil Mining Ordinance (OMO) 1958 and Gas Distribution Ordinance (GDO) 2016.

Wife says Amri nabbed by same cops who took Pastor Koh

Amri Che Mat's wife details what was told to her by a 'Special Branch police informant', according to lawyers representing her in the ongoing Suhakam hearing.
PETALING JAYA - The wife of missing activist Amri Che Mat today claimed she had been told by a police informer that her husband was taken by a team from Bukit Aman which was also responsible for the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh.

Shafie an ‘unlawful CM’, says former Sabah AG

Former state AG, Herman Luping slams move to appoint Warisan president as chief minister after 'horse trading which led to defections'.

PETALING JAYA - A former attorney-general in Sabah has criticised the appointment of Warisan president Shafie Apdal as chief minister, calling it a mockery of democracy.

Herman James Luping, who was also a Sabah deputy chief minister in the 1970s, said the state now has an “unlawful chief minister, who has forced his way into office using underhanded means”.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Former rep criticises appointment of second Sabah CM

'Sabah is once again in a constitutional crisis that could have been avoided if the head of state had not appointed two chief ministers within days of each other,' says James Ligunjang

KOTA KINABALU - A former assemblyman has criticised the appointment of Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) president Shafie Apdal as chief minister just days after Musa Aman was appointed to the position.

Former Petagas assemblyman James Ligunjang said Sabah head of state Juhar Mahiruddin had crossed the boundary of his discretionary powers.

Declassified Report on 1MDB reveals flaws

KUALA LUMPUR - A newly-declassified report on scandal-plagued Malaysia state fund 1MDB shows investigators expressed widespread concern about anomalies in its accounts, as Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad accelerates efforts to reopen probes into the company and the actions of his predecessor.

While there were no massive surprises in the summary of the report, and it did not mention former premier Datuk Seri Najib Razak by name, the report said 1MDB officers took investment actions against or without full knowledge of the board of directors on several occasions, while giving inaccurate or conflicting information to stakeholders.

Ahmad Zahid: "Wasn’t me in voice recording"

PETALING JAYA - Acting Umno president Datuk Seri Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pix) has denied that he is the person who berated the youth wing in a voice recording.

Suhakam resumes inquiry into Pastor Koh’s disappearance

KUALA LUMPUR - The Human Rights Commission (Suhakam) has resumed its public inquiry today into the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh (pix).

The inquiry was initially halted on Jan 16 due to a court case linked to Koh's disappearance.

However, Suhakam commissioner Datuk Mah Weng Kwai, who led the inquiry, said that panel has found that the subject matters in the court case and in Suhakam's inquiry are the not the same.

Lawyers split over Sabah CM

They also differ over whether a landmark Federal Court decision in a Perak case is a good precedent for any potential court case in Sabah.

KOTA KINABALU - Sabah lawyers are divided over who is the rightful chief minister in the state and whether a landmark Federal Court decision in a similar case in Perak will solve the issue if it goes to court.

This comes amid hot debate over whether the position belongs to Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) president Shafie Apdal or Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman Musa Aman following a stalemate in election results.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

AG refused probe into 1MDB despite evidence

KUALA LUMPUR - The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) found evidence in late 2015 that RM42 million ($10.6 million) was transferred from a former subsidiary of state fund 1MDB into an account of then Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, but its recommendation for further investigation was rejected by the attorney general, a member of a panel that reviewed the commission’s case files told Reuters.

Najib, who was ousted in a shock election loss on May 9, has consistently denied wrongdoing in connection with alleged graft involving 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), and insisted $681 million of funds deposited in his personal bank account were a donation from a Saudi royal. The $10.6 million would be in addition to that sum.

Newly elected Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who was sworn in on Thursday, has vowed to investigate the 1MDB scandal and take action against those who may have abetted or benefited from corruption at the fund. At least six countries, including the United States and Switzerland, are investigating claims that $4.5 billion was allegedly siphoned off from 1MDB.

Monday, May 14, 2018

Two suicide bombers blow themselves up at Indonesian police HQ

SURABAYA (Indonesia) (AFP) - Two militants on a motorcycle blew themselves up at a police headquarters in Indonesia's second city Surabaya on Monday, wounding at least 10 people including officers, authorities said, a day after a deadly wave of suicide bombings hit churches.

Citing CCTV footage from the scene, East Java Police spokesman Frans Barung Mangera said a man and a woman on the bike stopped at the security checkpoint.

"That's where the explosion happened," he added.

Travel ban on cartoonist Zunar lifted

PETALING JAYA - Malaysian political cartoonist Zunar says that his travel ban has been lifted.

On Monday, Zunar, whose real name is Zulkiflee Anwarul Haque, posted pictures of the Immigration Department website showing his travel ban status on his Twitter account.

This effectively ends his travel ban that spanned about one and a half years.

On Dec 7, 2016, he filed his application for a judicial review at the Kuala Lumpur High Court here challenging a travel ban imposed on him by the Immigration Department in October that same year.

MACC chief resigns, AG reported to work as usual

MACC chief commissioner Dzulkifli Ahmad has tendered his resignation to chief secretary to the government, Ali Hamsa this morning.

This is after Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad met Ali and other senior government officials at the Yayasan Perdana Leadership Foundation in Putrajaya.

"The resignation letter has been submitted to Mahathir for approval.

Former MACC officer lodges reports against Najib

KUALA LUMPUR - A former high ranking Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officer has come forward to lodge reports against former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic).

Datuk Abdul Razak Idris, former MACC investigations and intelligence director, lodged two reports at the graft busting agency on Monday morning: one alleging that Najib had used his position for gratification and the other for allegedly owning unexplained properties.

Family of suicide bombers carried out evil terror attack on 3 churches

WHEN a mother walked into a church before a deadly attack with her two young daughters all three had explosives strapped around their waists.
CO-ORDINATED suicide bombings carried out by members of the same family struck three churches in Indonesia’s second-largest city on Sunday, police have said.

The world’s most populous Muslim nation has recoiled in horror at one of its worst attacks since the 2002 Bali bombings.

At least seven people died at the churches in Surabaya along with the six family members, the youngest of whom were girls aged 9 and 12, according to police. Another 41 people were injured.

Illegal immigrants celebrating Warisan's win, a WAKE-UP CALL for Sabahans

KOTA KINABALU - The current political scenario, in which Sabah now has two chief ministers and a constitutional crisis is already brewing, it’s time for all Sabahans to come into a pan-Sabahan unity, a much stronger solidarity to avert the possibility of a reverse takeover of Sabah.

The president of Parti Solidarity Tanahairku (STAR), Datuk Dr. Jeffrey G. Kitingan, saying this in a statement here, pointed out to the euphoria of the immigrant community with the appointment of Warisan’s president, Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal, as the second chief minister sworn in unconstitutionally after the recent GE14.

“This development is a challenge to the pan-Sabah community comprising the Chinese, and Momogun community and others,” he said. “We are facing the possibility of a flood new overnight citizens with many immigrants, who are holding work passes and IMM13 documents, now expecting the Warisan government to issue them MyCards as soon as possible. They are already unable to control themselves from expressing their excitement for this prospect in the social media.

“Of course we have no objections to legal immigrants, those who become citizens through the legal means. What is dangerous is the sudden escalation of what has been happening since the 1970s, which was the massive influx of illegal immigrant who later became overnight Bumiputeras,” Dr. Jeffrey warned.

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Musa Aman: I'm still the rightful chief minister

Despite Sabah Chief Minister Mohd Shafie Apdal having been sworn in last night and having declared that he is now the lawful chief minister, Sabah BN chief Musa Aman is still insisting that he is the “rightful chief minister”.

“Please note that nothing has changed. Musa has not resigned.

“He is still the rightful chief minister,” said Afeiza Khan who is press secretary to Musa.

Shortly after being sworn in last night, Shafie discounted the scenario of Sabah having two chief ministers, despite Musa’s insistence that he has yet to resign as chief minister.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Foreigners celebrating Warisan's victory, a grim future for Sabah

KOTA KINABALU - Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku (STAR) president Jeffrey Kitingan claims his decision to side with Sabah Barisan Nasional (BN) instead of Parti Warisan Sabah was made after he saw foreigners celebrating Warisan’s victory.

PH Sarawak claiming PBB intention to join PH ‘absurd’ and ill-founded rumour

KUCHING - Assistant Minister in the Chief Minister’s Department (Corporate Affairs) Abdullah Saidol has termed rumours of PBB joining Pakatan Harapan (PH) as absurd.

He said PH Sarawak chairman Chong Chieng Jen’s self-flattering assumption that PBB intended to join PH was “outright hogwash”.

He asked why Chong had the jumpy reaction to an ill-founded rumour.

“If Chong wishes to unilaterally catch thieves and corrupt politicians, perhaps Chong should also investigate those leaders in their own den too. Don’t be hypocrite and double standard.

Najib: "I'm barred from leaving Malaysia"

PETALING JAYA - Former prime minister Najib Razak confirmed today that he and his wife Rosmah Mansor have been barred from leaving the country.

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

DAP candidate Chan Foong Hin made a ridiculous claim Yong’s been ‘missing’ in Kota Kinabalu

I’ve been around city area and I’m not invisible, says SAPP president Yong Teck Lee.

Yong Teck Lee said he had been attending functions, going to courts and police stations, going to my favourite coffee shops and driving around Kota Kinabalu.

KOTA KINABALU - Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) president Yong Teck Lee has laughed off Sabah DAP secretary Chan Foong Hin’s claim that he is not fit to be Kota Kinabalu MP as he has been “absent” in the capital city.

Yong said he found the claims that he has been “missing” in Kota Kinabalu for the past five years amusing.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

4 Filipino kidnap gang shot dead near Lahad Datu

Picture of Abu Sayyaf and ISIS flag
KOTA KINABALU - Four members of a suspected Filipino kidnap-for-ransom group were shot dead in the waters off Lahad Datu early today.

A total of 141 reports in connection to 14th General Election – Ramli

State Police received a total of 141 reports in connection to 14th General Election.

Sabah Police Commisioner, Datuk Ramli Din said 56 investigation papers were opened involving 18 types of offence or investigation.

Ramli said the investigation involves the defamation such as burning, damaging and tearing posters, treachery acts, anti-fake news act and others.

“During the campaign period, we have detained a man at Papar on May 1 for disguising as Police Officer. This case was investigate under Section 171 of the Penal Code.

Gabungan Sabah: We Are Ready to Takeover

KOTA KINABALU - “PRU-14 for Sabahans will not be about saving Najib from his alleged scandals or about saving Dr. Mahathir to take action on the scandals, it will be more crucial than that.  For Sabahans, it will all be about SAVING SABAH RIGHTS AND ELECTING A STRONG SABAH GOVERNMENT NOT SUBSERVIENT TO POLITICAL MASTERS IN KUALA LUMPUR TO IMPLEMENT THEM” said Datuk Dr. Jeffrey Kitingan, President of Parti Solidariti Tanah Airku in his winding-up message before polling day on 9th May.

Jeffrey added that Gabungan Sabah is ready to takeover as the next Sabah government and have all plans and policies lined up to be a STRONG SABAH GOVERNMENT AND TO IMPLEMENT SABAH RIGHTS AND DEVELOP SABAH INTO A PROSPEROUS INTERNATIONAL HUB.