Is the game afoot in Sabah politics?

Serious debate? Sabah state assembly in session in May last year. Filepic/Bernama

A FRIEND had a revelation when he visited Parliament earlier this week.

“Inside, they were fighting and calling each other names. But once outside, they were laughing among themselves, saying I responded like that because you cucuk [poked] me,” the Sabahan businessman told me during our lunch in Kota Kinabalu on Good Friday.

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