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AFTER more than four decades, Dayang Maimunah Tun Mustapha can still vividly recall the events in the early morning of Sept 16, 1963.
There is no truth to talk about certain Sabah Umno leaders trying to topple Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman.
Sabah Umno has no objection to the setting-up of a non-political club bringing together leaders and members of the defunct Parti Usno.
A group of former Sabah assemblymen have banded together to form Kelab Usno, acronym for the United Sabah National Organisation, the first ruling party in the state after the formation of Malaysia.
Moves are being made to revive the United Sabah National Organisation (Usno), the political party that was dissolved 16 years ago to pave the way for Umno's entry into Sabah.
Ethnic-based associations were cautioned by Sabah Umno of certain politicians trying to use them as a platform for their own political interest.
Universiti Malaysia Sabah is working hard to forge an identity of its own. SIMRIT KAUR visited its campus in Kota Kinabalu recently to find out the latest developments.
Umno members must forever remember the party's 'darkest hours' in order for the party to achieve greater heights, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.
Former deputy defence minister Datuk Dzulkifli Abdul Hamid died at his family home in Kampung Surasip in Papar about 30km from here. He was 66.
A former Sabah assistant minister during the United Sabah National Organisation (Usno) era, Datuk Seri Panglima Dr Mohd Kassim Kamidin, died yesterday. He was 84.
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