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January 23, 2022 Opinion
INSPIRED by CM Hajiji’s keynote address at SIBES [Sabah International Business and Economic Submit] on 17th January 2022 and Sabah’s 2021 progress in economic transformation, a number of young Sabahans, including some returnees from overseas and KL, are forming the SAYAP [SAbah Young Entrepreneur And Professional Group].
January 23, 2022 Opinion
IN his book, “The Singapore Story”, (Times Editions, 1993) Lee Kwan Yew describes Duncan Sandys, the Secretary of State For Commonwealth Relations as a person in authority who could be “direct and brutally frank”. Lee noted that Sandys, the son-in-law of Winston Churchill, “had enormous determination and courage, and did not lack self-confidence”.
January 16, 2022 Opinion
IN his winding up speech in the Legislative Assembly on 23 September 2022, CM Hajiji called on all YBs to embrace the challenge of transforming themselves to become the ECONOMIC LEADERS IN THEIR OWN RESPECTIVE CONSTITUENCIES. In his inclusiveness for all Sabahans, he has included the opposition YBs in his invitation.
January 16, 2022 Opinion
THE increased frequency of landslides and floods have had a devastating toll on lives, livelihoods and the environment. While struggling to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, society still has to deal with unexpected losses from environmental disasters.
January 09, 2022 Opinion
FLOOD should be Malaysia’s core disaster management focus area, and this will require drastic investments in immediate and long-term strategies.
January 09, 2022 Opinion
2021 is over. Much already done to reset Sabah’s economy, lots more to do to put Sabah back to long term stable economic growth after decades in limbo in 2022.
December 19, 2021 Opinion
LAW Minister Datuk Seri Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar deserves warm congratulations after successfully piloting the Constitution (Amendment) Bill 2021 through the Dewan Rakyat.
December 19, 2021 Opinion
IT is very saddening that Tun Mahathir has, in his advance age, sunk more into bigotry of race issues. His chopsticks prank is a new low. For more than 40 years, he and many West Malaysian leaders have gunned for political support by thumping on racial issues.
December 12, 2021 Opinion
THE Malays who do not want to support Barisan Nasional (BN) have always been driven by the need for significant change. These Malays are seeking a serious alternative to the 60-year-old politics, ethnocentric narratives, and the inseparable perception of deep corruption culture plaguing BN.
December 12, 2021 Opinion
Why Federal Government spends so much money in Selangor, so little in Sabah? May I, with due respect, tell our political leaders, especially those in the opposition, that war for Sabah’s development funds is not with the Sabah Government. They should take aim at inequitable allocation in the annual federal budget and the 12th Malaysia Plan.
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