Sabah CM orders lookout for groups fleeing southern Philippines


KOTA KINABALU: Security forces have been ordered to go all out to stop human smuggling activities due to the possibility that Abu Sayyaf gunmen fleeing military operations in southern Philippines might try to slip into Sabah illegally.

Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman, who chaired the State Security Council meeting Tuesday, said there is a need to curb all human smuggling activities in view of the Philippines government operations to wipe out extremist and kidnap-for-ransom groups.

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