Musa confident Sabah will remain a BN stronghold
TUARAN, June 21 — Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman is confident that Sabah will remain a Barisan Nasional (BN) stronghold based on the people's support and faith in its capability to develop the country.
He said the people were aware that the rapid development in Sabah could only be attributed to the BN government.
"Godwilling, Sabah will continue to be a BN stronghold in the upcoming election. The Sabah people are more mature in evaluating the BN government's track record," he told reporters here today after the last of his meet-the-community-leaders session involving Tuaran, Kota Belud and Ranau districts.
In the last general election in 2008, Sabah BN almost made a clean sweep of the 25 parliamentary seats and 60 state seats, conceding only the Kota Kinabalu parliamentary seat and Sri Tanjung state seat to the Democratic Action Party (DAP).
From his meeting with the community leaders, Musa was satisfied that they now had a better understanding of the BN government's commitment in wanting to continue developing the state and the people.
"We hope they can convey the message to leaders and people at the grassroots," he said. — Bernama