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Sabah Chief Minister Hajiji Noor Calls for an End to Politicking for National Welfare

In a stark and resolute statement, serious concerns have been voiced by Sabah Chief Minister Hajiji Noor regarding the detrimental impact of incessant politicking. This concern is particularly aimed at irresponsible politicians who are solely driven by self-interest. Emphasizing the potential harm to both the people and the nation, Hajiji staunchly rejected the idea of the Sabah government being entangled in such political games. Instead, he advocated for an unwavering focus on realizing the aspirations of the people, who seek progress and development for their well-being.

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Rejecting Political Maneuvers: A Call for National Unity

As the Chairman of Gabungan Rakyat Sabah (GRS), the effective functionality of the unity government was underscored by Hajiji. He stressed the critical need for unified support to safeguard the welfare of the people and propel the country’s economic development forward. Speaking at a welcoming dinner for members of the Selangor government, led by Menteri Besar Amirudin Shari, in Sabah, Hajiji declared that the time has come for collaborative efforts to fulfill the aspirations of the people.

Commitment to Unity Government: A Pledge Against Disruption

Reaffirming Sabah’s commitment to the unity government, the rejection of any attempts to disrupt the current administration was adamantly proclaimed by Hajiji. He asserted, “The state government will always be together with the federal government in the struggle to defend the fate of the people for the progress and prosperity of the country.” In a resolute stand against the divisive political climate, Hajiji’s call echoes as a plea for collective focus on the nation’s welfare, transcending political maneuvering for the greater good.

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