Saturday, April 28, 2012
Jelajah Janji Ditepati. While the Opposition rides on Bersih 3 to bring down Najib, the PM goes down to the people in Sarawak to rub shoulders and be reckoned with. It's the second Jelajah - the first in Batu Pahat, Johor - a roadshow for the PM to directly inform the people of what the Government has done for them so far as well as to get feedback on what else needs to be done.
Najib has taken the opportunity to bear some good news to the people of Sarawak, including those who did not vote for his government. In Sibu, where the BN lost to Pakatan in a recent by-election, the PM announced the setting up for a university.
Great gesture. Our politics should not come in the way of our children's well-being.
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