Nabawan assemblyman Bobbey Suan has remained loyal to former state government team led by Musa Aman.
Upko Komulakan fears that 'true locals' in Sabah will one day lose their rights to foreigners who obtain MyKads through syndicates.
Upko president says he could not accept census data which shows drastic population growth in Sabah despite birth rate remaining normal.
Penampang Upko Youth chief Ronny Dingon says if a list of selected councillors shared on social media is true, the appointments will go against the vision of Chief Minister Shafie Apdal.
Many say they have yet to receive the writs of summons from Umno.
Arthur Sen reminds Upko that all its seats won in GE14 had used BN funds and its betrayal had put its supporters in a dilemma.
Upko Youth information chief Dennison R Indang also reminds former Upko youth chief Arthur Sen that the term 'political frog' is more suited to him.
Former Upko youth chief Arthur Sen takes the Parti Warisan Sabah president to task for saying Upko acting president Wilfred Madius Tangau is not a political 'frog'.
They say the use of English should instead be encouraged.
Wilfred Madius Tangau berkata Perjanjian Malaysia 1963 mengangkat Bahasa Inggeris sebagai bahasa rasmi dalam pentadbiran dan sistem pembelajaran di Sabah.
Madius Tangau says it is a right spelt out in the Malaysia Agreement of 1963.
Upko information chief Albert Bingkasan says these viral claims were also made on websites backed by those with political interests.
Upko vice-president Ewon Ebin called for a no-contest and suggested Wilfred Madius Tangau lead Upko.
PBS acting Youth chief Christopher Mandut asks why 'outsiders' are appointed to important posts as there are many qualified Sabahans.
The KDM youth leader finally made his choice to join the oldest local party in Sabah after quitting Upko in July.
The party's communications and multimedia chief Felix Saang says PBS and STAR have always claimed that they were bullied by Umno.
An Umno leader hits out at Upko's attacks on the party in the aftermath of the general election.
However, they stand firm in their belief that projects such as the Tanjung Aru Eco Development and Papar Dam should be stopped.
Sabah Umno liaison chief Hajiji Noor reminds Upko acting president Madius Tangau of the influence of ‘Malayan’ parties in the form of PKR and DAP in the state government.
The Upko leader and deputy chief minister suggests Umno should leave Sabah and operate in a more suitable place, such as the peninsula.
Former Upko Youth chief Arthur Sen says party founder Bernard Dompok was even willing to resign from his position as a federal minister if the RCI into Projek IC was not carried out.
Calling it a betrayal, Johnny Mositun says Upko's action is pure political opportunism for self-preservation.
Upko acting president Madius Tangau also wants the party represented in the committee to discuss the Malaysia Agreement 1963.
Sabah Umno chief Hajiji Noor also warns Labuan DAP to stay out of the party’s business.