Sabah polls: Dentist among four Sabah MCA candidates

KOTA KINABALU: A young dentist is among the four Sabah MCA candidates for this coming state polls.

The 32-year-old Dr Chang Kee Ying will be contesting in the Likas state seat and working alongside Sabah MCA chairman Lu Yen Tung, 56, who will be standing in Kapayan, contractor Chan Boon Thian, 40, (Elopura) and Chew Kok Woh, 60, (Karamunting).

Lu said MCA was determined to serve the communities of the four contested state constituencies with distinction, if given the mandate.

"With distinction in service to affordable education for all Malaysians, Sabah MCA has demonstrated total commitment to serve in its pursuit to safeguard the welfare of the Chinese and Sabah communities," he said in a statement Friday (Sept 11).

He said MCA will be contesting under the Barisan Nasional logo, fully confident in Barisan's track record.

"Our MCA machinery is all set to collaborate with counterparts in Barisan and forge new strategic alliances with components of Perikatan Nasional to defeat Warisan and its coalition," Lu said.

He expressed his appreciation to Barisan chairman Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi and MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong for their trust in Sabah MCA.

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