Sabahans Will Reject Political Frogs

By SURAIDAH ROSLAN
PUTATAN: “Political frogs” are not accepted by the local community, including opposition parties, said Parti Warisan Sabah (Warisan) vice president Junz Wong.

He said six out of the 13 assemblymen who left their respective parties, as well as former chief minister Musa Aman, were not fielded by any party as candidates, had shown that they are no longer popular.

“This shows the local sentiment at the grassroots level and the people’s stand,” he said referring to some former state assemblymen who are contesting as independents in the coming state election.

Junz, together with Awang Ahmad Sah Awang Sahari, 2nd from right, the Warisan candidate for Petagas.

According to Junz, the people had rejected these political frogs after the mandate given to them in the previous state election was betrayed.

He said this indicated that Warisan is capable of garnering more votes in this coming 16th Sabah election.