The Barisan Nasional (BN) government should not be replaced just because of pressure and disparagement by the opposition and certain quarters, said Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman.
Musa (picture) said the BN had proven its capability to develop and lead the state to much progress.
“Look around and you can see the developments achieved by the BN, and we have a lot more on the agenda for the people and the state,” he said at a 1 Malaysia gathering at Dewan Sa’adah in Wisma Muis near here yesterday.
Musa also urged non-governmental organisations to fully support the BN government in the next general election in order for development policies and programmes to be realised.
“We need to work together hand in hand so as not to let anyone be sidelined from the mainstream development and progress being implemented by the BN,” he said.
Speaking to reporters later, Musa, who is also state BN chairman, said the BN government under Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had brought about considerable changes in all aspects of the people’s lives. — Bernama
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