Sabah: After years of failed promises, big expectations await Perikatan’s ‘Aku Janji’

Poverty is still evident in Sabah and other parts of Malaysia - Photo:

Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin’s unveiling of a Perikatan Nasional-led opposition manifesto for the state of Sabah, called Aku Janji, focuses on reviving the state’s economy, state rights, infrastructure, employment, prosperity and health. But will this opposition manifesto appeal to Sabahans? BFM speaks to Aliran honorary secretary Azmil Tayeb.

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Presented by Khoo Hsu Chuang and Wong Shou Ning

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