Simple Sabahan wishlist


Optimistic: Leong wearing her wish for her home state on her T-shirt, which says ‘The Future is Sabah’. — Photo provided

It’s 2023 but the Bornean state still has problems with basic infrastructure.

ALONG with a new Prime Minister comes a new promise and perhaps new hope for Sabahans.On Thursday, when delivering a keynote address themed “Developing Malaysia Madani”* in Kuala Lumpur, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said his Unity Government will not marginalise minorities.

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