LAST_UPDATETue, 17 Jul 2018 10pm

Past Experience Allows BN To Administer Malaysia, Sabah Well - Musa

Tan Sri Musa AmanTan Sri Musa Aman

KINABATANGAN -- Past experience has allowed Barisan Nasional (BN) to be able to govern the country and Sabah well, Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman said.

As such, he said BN had been having good track record and evidence to continue administering both the country and state for the well-being of the people.

“BN has been serving the people regardless of time, catering to their needs and fulfilling its promises, not just before elections.

“Only the BN-led government continues to stay and listen to the voices of the people in line with its commitment and struggle,” he said at the handing over of land titles to 330 residents from 17 villages in Sukau and Kuamut in conjunction with the launch of the Kinabatangan BN election machinery here today.

Musa also officiated the groundbreaking ceremony for the Kinabatangan Community Hall project, which to be implemented at a cost of RM4 million, at the event and announced the approval for the construction of the Kinabatangan Public Market.

Earlier, Kinabatangan Member of Parliament Datuk Seri Bung Moktar Radin said Kinabatangan BN would ensure the coalition's victory in the parliamentary constituency, as well as in Sukau and Kuamut state constituencies.

He said the guarantee was given based on the preparation of the BN election machinery to face the coming general election and BN's good track record in implementing development and fulfilling the people's needs.