'Bossku' not about me, it's synonymous with Barisan, says Najib

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 01 Jun 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: The winds of change among voters now are for Barisan Nasional, which is why the “Bossku” label has gained significant traction among the grassroots, says Datuk Seri Najib Razak.

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The former prime minister said “Bossku” was not about him but is synonymous with Barisan.

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“The winds of change are blowing towards us, towards Barisan. I am confident of this, if not “Bossku” will not be popular on the ground.

“Bossku is synonymous with Barisan,” he said at a forum held in conjunction with the Barisan National convention on Wednesday (June 1).

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Najib, who is the coalition's advisory board chairman, revealed that after Barisan lost the general election in 2018, he was reluctant to leave the house.

“When I went to the mall, no one wanted to take photos with me. The Chinese will look at me from afar.

“But now, people will queue to take photos with me. I believe this is an indication that support has returned to Barisan,” he said.

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