KOTA KINABALU: Parti Warisan Sabah has expressed great concern over the state of health of its vice president, Peter Anthony who is currently under the remand of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).
Peter was sent to the KPJ Sabah Specialist Hospital Tuesday after complaining of fatigue as well as dehydration while under detention by the MACC.
He had already been lamenting of exhaustion due to a hectic schedule even before he was detained by the MACC last Friday.
Darell Leiking, the party deputy president, has urged members and supporters to remain calm and strong in party spirit.
“My family members and party leaders as well as supporters extend our prayers for the quick recovery of our Peter who we understand was hospitalised after he had suffered and was stricken with an unknown ailment during his detention at the MACC Kota Kinabalu.
“We trust that the hospital staff and medical team will assist and treat Peter with great care and concern and help him to recover soonest,” he said in a statement.
Leiking also urged Warisan supporters to remain calm and to say a prayer or two for Peter’s wellbeing as well as for Azis Jamman (youth chief) so that when they are released from their remand, “they can continue to pursue our common cause for justice and change this regime that have enjoyed and abused their tenure as the government of the day.”
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