Alfatihah. Husam Musa, the Pas VP, was with Awang Adek, the BN man, upon hearing that the BN man lost his mother last night. Alfatihah, and my condolences to Awang Adek.
My interview with Husam had to be moved to today, probably around lunch.
Let me know if there's something you want to ask of him.
Today, Singapore's mypaper published my piece on the mood in Kelantan. Wee Choo Keong, who is running for Parliament in Wangsa Maju, has always been proud of the fact that he is a Kelantanese.
Kelantan is the only state that is not under Barisan Nasional rule. It's supposed to be the boondocks, the poorest in Malaysia. At Kepala Batas yesterday, AAB said the Pas government owes the Federal government RM2 billion and has nothing to show in 18 years.
It's been 25 years since I took the East-West highway on the Yamaha. It took me seven hours on the road from Jerlun in Kedah to Kota Bharu here. I tell you what -- the roads on this side of the Titiwangsa are as good as they felt in Kedah and Perak, states under BN. Paved with the same tar.
The BN chairman was here last night, at the same hotel. He didn't spend the night, though. Kelantan's political weather is too hot.