Sabahans should be thankful to their leaders?

Martin Jalleh puts Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman’s remark that Sabahans should be “thankful” to their leaders under a magnifying glass and finds instead that the state has the highest poverty rate in the federation.

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millions illegals
millions illegals
9 Sep 2012 11.24pm

yes– sabahans should be thankful for the millions illegals in sabah??who allowed millions into sabah_++ millions just walk in?? sabah– the poorest state– who created all theses mess n problems,, despair n sufferings — be thankful to BN — no hope under this administration,, for a better future n fresh HOPE– support change

najib manaukau
8 Sep 2012 8.12am

… In actual fact the Sabahans are even worse off now than they were before they became part of Malaysia.

The only ones that have become better off these days are the morons from Umno, the wealth of Sabah are siphoned off by these morons in the name of development….

Just go out and have these … masters kicked out of Putrajaya in the coming GE …