Tag: Wilfred Madius Tangau
IDS ditadbir oleh ahli lembaga pengarah yang bertanggungjawab menentukan bagaimana institut itu dikendalikan.
Deputy chief minister says the site has been identified and that work will begin next year.
Wilfred Madius Tangau says he’s been getting threats after digital posters accusing him of being an accomplice in giving ICs to illegal immigrants went viral.
Upko president Wilfred Madius Tangau asks who issued the directive, adding that the Sabah Cabinet has no knowledge of such an exercise.
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.
Parti Warisan Sabah president Shafie Apdal also takes a dig at Sabah opposition leader Jeffrey Kitingan and Parti Harapan Rakyat Sabah president Lajim Ukin, both of whom have crossed over to numerous political parties.
They say the use of English should instead be encouraged.
Chief Minister Shafie Apdal will instruct state attorney-general to look into the matter.
Upko vice-president Ewon Ebin called for a no-contest and suggested Wilfred Madius Tangau lead Upko.
Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Wilfred Madius Tangau urges upstream and downstream timber players to complement each other's strengths.
State assembly deputy speaker Ahmad Abdul Rahman loses control of the floor after a war of words erupts between government and opposition reps.
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.
Upko information chief Albert Bingkasan says more people, especially from the native Sabahan communities, are joining Upko.
Pemangku presiden Upko mengingatkan kerajaan pusat bahawa mekanisme harga hendaklah dipersetujui bersama dengan kerajaan negeri pengeluar minyak.
Its deputy chief Juliana Jani says the women’s wing is disappointed with treasurer-general Marcus Mojigoh for saying there are 'minor cracks' in the party.
Shafie says he did not expect Upko’s youth chief to quit the party but that he had been told by Upko acting president Wilfred Madius Tangau that the party was still strong.
'They're struggling with their conscience over the party's decision to join the ruling coalition.'
However, he declined to reveal the reason behind his resignation.
About 200 residents gathered to show their support and solidarity with Upko acting president Wilfred Madius Tangau and the Warisan-led state government.
A group of 150 voters say the Upko acting president has betrayed the trust given in the last election.
The party says Warisan and Pakatan Harapan enjoyed significant voter support.
Wilfred Tangau gives 200 flood victims his personal assurance of state government aid.
Warisan leader says his government will help to build churches and even give allowances to Christian pastors if there are funds.