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Teo confident of retaining seat, names replacements
Published on: Sunday, April 22, 2018

Kudat: Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) President Datuk Seri Panglima Teo Chee Kang is confident of defending the Tanjong Kapor state seat with strong solidarity among party leaders and members, as well as steadfast support from Barisan Nasional (BN) component parties and voters.

Teo also announced the appointment of Poong Foo On as the acting secretary of LDP Tanjong Kapor division to replace Pak Chee Eng.

At the same time, Tanjong Kapor division Wanita deputy chief Voo Fui Lee is now the acting Wanita chief for the division following the resignation of Lo Pit Lee. Pak and his wife, Lo, who were former secretary and Wanita chief of LDP Tanjong Kapor division, respectively, have quit the party recently.

Teo, who is also Minister of Special Tasks and LDP Tanjong Kapor division chairman, said this when chairing a meeting at BN-LDP operations room here.

He said the organisation and operations of the division remained intact despite the departure of Pak and Lo.

In fact, he said the party leaders and members were even more united and determined in facing the 14th General Election (GE14).

Teo said Pak and Lo, who quit the party without submitting official resignation letters, have failed to influence others to follow their footsteps.

He also refuted Pak's claim of leading 1,285 individuals in joining Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan).

"Pak's departure from LDP has no adverse impact on Tanjong Kapor division at all," he said.

Teo urged all the leaders and members of his division to give their undivided support to ensure victory for BN for the Tanjong Kapor state seat.

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