I'm no intruder, says Sabah ex-assistant minister after run-in at sea with army


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  • Friday, 12 Apr 2019

KOTA KINABALU: A former state assistant minister and several of his family members were intercepted in Sabah's high-security Semporna waters after authorities suspected they were intruders.

Datuk Ramlee Marhaban, who was with his son and three nephews when Malaysian security forces intercepted their high-speed boat at the border island of Mataking, said he made the mistake for not bringing along his MyKad.

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