A blast from Sabah's past


How Malaysia came to be makes for some interesting reading as the country celebrates Malaysia Day.

BISUK pun boleh masuk Malaysia! (Even tomorrow we could join Malaysia!),” Tan Sri Abdul Ghani Gilong told reporters in Kota Kinabalu after he returned from Kuala Lumpur in the early 1960s.

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