Tag: Sabah Umno
Sabah Umno spokesman Raime Unggi says the coming together of PAS and Umno should not be seen as religious alliance.
Jainab Ahmad Ayid says people in the east coast have complained about indiscriminate use of pump boats in the area.
Is it because the Sepanggar MP has promised to make it a 'zero squatter' area, asks Sabah Umno deputy liaison chief Yakub Khan.
The Umno president will officiate at several party divisional meetings in Sabah.
Sabah Umno says this shows the action is politically motivated.
Umno acting president Mohamad Hasan says Sabah Umno will eventually be a separate entity so that people can no longer call Umno a 'peninsula-based' party.
Sabah Umno says it is the government's trend to use MACC against the opposition during elections.
The party's state information chief claims the economy and the people's welfare are neglected.
The prime minister responds to Sabah CM Shafie Apdal's reminder that PPBM abide by an agreement not to enter Sabah
Umno secretary-general Annuar Musa says more powers would be granted soon.
The Umno secretary-general says the PH government is under 'sudden pressure' after its defeat in Cameron Highlands.
Kinabatangan Umno information chief Titing Putang says those who did leave are simply uncomfortable with being in the opposition.
Sabah Umno spokesman Ghazalie Ansing says Kalabakan MP Ma’amun Sulaiman has openly admitted to appointing his brother to handle projects in his constituency.
Warisan Youth exco says former leaders of Sabah Umno want to create discord between Warisan and Sabah Pakatan Harapan.
They say Sabah Umno members are worried that the party will become more conservative in its approach as well.
Defections are either welcomed or slammed when it suits politicians.
They say PPBM shares similar traits with Umno, and has a strong presence at the federal level.
The recent exit of Sabah Umno leaders can be seen as a response to the anti-ICERD rally which saw Umno and PAS joining forces.
MCA president Wee Ka Siong says 'rule number one' in any democracy is the need for a strong opposition.
The federal ruling party could pose a danger to Warisan's dominance in more ways than one.
Lee Tian Sing says it is disappointing to see those elected abandoning the parties people had voted for.
The party president says those keen on doing so must not set any conditions.
In the wake of the exodus by Umno Sabah leaders yesterday, a viral picture of Umno stalwarts meeting the prime minister has raised speculation that a second wave is on the way.
The wing's vice-chief also accuses the Umno president of using the party to shield himself from the criminal charges against him.