Sulu ‘sultan’ still staking claim over Sabah

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  • Thursday, 11 Feb 2016

KOTA KINABALU: The self-styled Sulu sultanate is maintaining its claim over Sabah with the newly- installed “sultan” Phugdalun Kiram II pushing for a conference to resolve the issue.

The sultanate’s spokesman Abraham Idjirani said they would be pursuing a peaceful resolution of their claim.

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