New centre of power in Sabah?

Jostling powers: Juhar (left) being greeted by Hajiji before a parade in conjunction with birthday celebrations in Kota Kinabalu last year. Whether Juhar’s term is renewed or a new name is brought in has enormous bearing on Sabah’s politics. — Filepic/The Star

COMPLETE this sentence: “In Sabah, political uncertainty revolves around....” Those in the know about the state’s Wild, Wild East politics will say, “TYT”.

TYT refers to the Tuan Yang Terutama, or Yang di-Pertua Negeri or governor.

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