Ong, Chan to attend Sabah MCA convention


  • Nation
  • Saturday, 19 Jul 2003

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah MCA will hold its 11th annual convention today in Sandakan jointly attended by the party’s new president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting and his deputy Datuk Chan Kong Choy. 

There will also be other senior MCA leaders arriving in Sandakan today when the state Youth and Wanita wings hold their meetings. 

It will be the first time MCA is holding its convention in Sandakan with previous annual conventions being held here. Ong will deliver a keynote address at the convention tomorrow while the Youth and Wanita wings’ meeting will be opened by Chan today. 

More then 1,200 delegates from 20 divisions are set to attend the convention.  

Sabah MCA chairman Datuk Edward Khoo will be among the speakers, expected to gear members to prepare for the general and state elections. 

It will be an opportunity for MCA members throughout Sabah to meet the new leaders . 

Ong is also scheduled to open the MCA Kinabatangan, Beluran and Libaran office in Sandakan today and later join other party leaders at a welcome dinner hosted by Sandakan MCA division headed by Khoo.  

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