By : SANDRA SOKIAL
CHIEF Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Hj Aman issued a stern warning yesterday that there is no room for lazy Yang Berhormat in Barisan Nasional. He said, “If you are lazy to work for the people, do not even dare to think of becoming a candidate.”
The Sabah BN chief also reminded members of parliament and assemblymen that being a candidate and a leader is not a privilege.
“It is a mandate of trust given by the people that we will help them, work hard and ensure their needs and welfare are protected.
“But being a YB, you have to accept the fact that sometimes you have to leave the spouse, children or grandchildren behind … but it is all in the name of carrying out our responsibilities as leaders, for the good of the people, State and nation,” he said.
Addressing the thousand of people who thronged SMK Narinang in Taginambur, some 20 kilometres from here, for the meet-the-people-session with Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin, the Sabah Umno chief also expressed hope for the people not to be influenced by rumours and lies spread by the opposition.
“It is all ‘auta’ (lies). The BN government has pumped in allocations annually without fail to ensure the people’s needs and wants are met. We are working hard and know what they want.
“We are lucky that the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister are kind hearted people. We are working hard for the good of the people, and I believe the people would pay back the deeds by showing us their continuous support, especially come election time,” he said.
Musa said that the Sabah BN has shown good track records and it will continue to work for the people, thus calling for their undivided support in the coming 13th general elections.
Also present were Muhyiddin’s wife, Puan Sri Norainee Abdul Rahman, Musa’s wife Datin Seri Faridah Tussin, Deputy Chief Ministers Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan and Datuk Yahya Hussin, Kota Belud member of parliament Datuk Rahman Dahlan and Kadamaian assemblyman Datuk Herbert Timbun Lagadan. (BP)
Gugurkan saja YB yang malas dan tukar dengan yang baru.ReplyDelete
ya.. kita perlukan pemimpin yang rajin dan bertanggungjawab. pemimpin yang malas dan tidak menjalankan tugas dgn baik harus digugurkan saja.ReplyDelete
Bukan sahaja rajin, perlu juga bertanggung jawab, amanah & mengutamakan rakyat.ReplyDelete
YB yang menjadi persosak parti harus juga disingkirkan dari senarai.ReplyDelete
inilah BN memerlukan calon yang baru dan sanggup memperjuangkan yang terbaik untuk rakyat.ReplyDelete
Najib harus pandai meletakkan calon di PRU13. Banyak pemimpim yang rakyat telah bosan dan kecewa dengan sikap tidak bertanggungjawab.ReplyDelete
Hoping to see some new generation in coming election.ReplyDelete
Hak milik dan kepentingan penduduk harus diusahakan.ReplyDelete
YBs yang hanya mementingkan agenda sendiri lebih baik jangan dipilih lagi.ReplyDelete
Pili calon2 yang mampu membela nasib rakyat bukan yang hanya mementingkan agenda tersendiri.ReplyDelete
Itu sudah semestinya. Kerana orang yang malas untuk mendekati rakyat, membantu rakyat dan sebagainya tidak patut diberikan kerusi untuk mereka bertanding.ReplyDelete
nanti yang kena gugur tu jangan pula mengamuk atau buat sabotaj.. itu tanya calon itu pemalas..ReplyDelete
Barisan Nasional leaders at all levels have been told to make an in-depth analysis of candidates with winning potential which the coalition can field in their constituencies in the next general election.ReplyDelete
While the voters will judge the contesting parties in terms of their struggle, philosophy, ideology and vision, the candidates will be an important factor..ReplyDelete
Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said choosing the right candidate is a vital factor in the 13th general election, adding that every component party should carry out an analysis on those who were winnable in their parties.ReplyDelete
He said the leaders should analyse a candidate in terms of leadership, background and public acceptance.ReplyDelete
Muhyiddin, who is Umno deputy president, said all component party leaders at the divisions would be asked to identify such candidates.ReplyDelete
Asked if there would be any exchange of seats by component parties in the elections, the deputy prime minister said this would first be discussed and the pros and cons of such a switch must be considered.ReplyDelete
Muhyiddin also said Barisan would regard any group outside the Pakatan Rakyat alliance that fielded candidates in the elections as opponents.ReplyDelete
CHIEF Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman has emphasised the importance for all Umno and Barisan Nasional (BN) members to give total support to any candidate picked by the top leadership for the coming 13th General Election.ReplyDelete
This is because the struggle in BN is a party struggle and not an individual one, especially in ensuring the coalition wins all State and parliamentary seats, including wresting all seats that were lost to opposition candidates, he said.ReplyDelete
Musa is optimistic that Sabah BN is capable of winning all seats in the State in the coming election.ReplyDelete
At the same time, Musa is positive that the people will not be easily influenced by irresponsible quarters as the BN government already has a good track record in governing the nation, realising promises and providing physical development.ReplyDelete
The people can make their own assessment on the leadership of BN.ReplyDelete