Kadazandusun Bosi’s resignation halts chances to make inroads in Sabah

STAR party representative Dr Jefrey Kitingan (rigt) and DAP representative Dr Edwin Bosi (standing) during their Desah Debate which party is the best alternative for Sabah on Wednesday night (May 9).(picture goes with story slug kkmdebate - NORMIMIE DIUN/The Star)

KOTA KINABALU: Sabah DAP’s first Kadazandusun assemblyman Dr Edwin Bosi (pic) has quit the party, striking a blow to its hopes of making inroads into the state ahead of the next general election.

Bosi, who was the state DAP deputy chairman, cited differences with Sabah party chief Stephen Wong for his decision.

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