Sabah’s Opposition Warisan today laughed off Deputy Chief Minister Jeffrey Kitingan’s idea to join the Perikatan Nasional-led state government.
Warisan treasurer-general Terrence Siambun said that Jeffrey Kitingan should first reach out to the smaller parties like Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) ally Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) and invite them to formally join PN first. He further termed the ideas as “hilarious.”
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Sabah opposition party Warisan today rejected Perikatan Nasional’s offer to join the government, terming the offer as “Humorous”. The PN deputy chairman of the state, Jeffrey Kitingan, had offered the Warison to join the party.
Kitingan, who is the deputy chief minister of Sabah, and also the leader of state party —— STAR —– had said today that he is open to the idea of Warisan joining the ruling coalition.
However, the offer-of-sorts has now seen a straightforward rejection from Warisan treasurer-general Terrence Siambun, who said that Kitigan should instead reach out to Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS) ally Parti Bersatu Sabah (PBS) to formally join PN first.
“He (Kitingan) invited Warisan instead. Could it be that PBS, just like Warisan, had also rejected Kitingan’s overtures for PBS to officially join PN?”, he said in a statement today.