Chance to change State Govt via ballot box: Musa
Published on: Sunday, September 20, 2020
By: Malay Mail
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KENINGAU: Tan Sri Musa Aman (pic) said Sabah voters have an opportunity to change the State Government through the State elections next Saturday. 

“All voters must exercise their right to choose a government that is capable of rectifying the problems created by the Warisan-led government especially in managing the economy and the overall development of the state,” he said at the meet-the-people session at Kg Kota Ayangan in Bingkor, Saturday.

Musa attended the programme in support of Robert Tawik who is representing Perikatan Nasional (PN) to contest in Bingkor in the upcoming polls. 

He said the Warisan-led government under Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal has failed to effectively administer the State and the people have no choice but to put PN and its allies in power. 

Musa said in the last 26 months, Shafie should have focused on the state’s development agenda and on genuine economic planning but, instead, was more interested in politicking and character assassination. 

“As such, I hope the people will vote wisely and not be swayed by lies and deceptive politics,” he said.

Meanwhile Liawan Perikatan Nasional (PN) candidate Datuk Annuar Datuk Ayub said he has waited 22 years to be fielded as a candidate. “My patience paid off when PN selected me to contest representing my party Star,” he said.

He said he believed that with patience, hard work and support from the people, he can render his service to the people.

He said the Warisan-led government achieved no tangible results in terms of developing Sabah. 

He said it was important that at the very least the State government have good relations with the Federal government. 

“The Prime Minister has done a lot to ease the people burden in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic,” he said.

He said the people should, therefore, vote leaders who can work together with our Federal counterparts to ensure more development comes to Sabah.



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