Warisan in Trouble
Prior to the Kimanis By-election which ended in a disaster for the Warisan Government, Sabah’s CM was quoted, “we have worked hard for 2 WEEKS and now it’s up to the community.”
Is the CM expecting the voters of Kimanis to show how grateful they are? Looks like the CM thought that by working hard for ‘2 WEEKS’ they would be able to swing the votes in Warisan’s favour!
Hello, Warisan. Please wake-up!
The voters assessed Warisan’s so-called achievements, which is actually nothing, for the past ‘2-odd YEARS’ before they decided to vote against Warisan.
The Warisan govt did not deliver on its promises. It does not engage with the community on projects (ironically only during by/election campaigns). It bulldozes it way on projects without engaging with civil societies. In some cases, it even reversed decisions, which it previously opposed during Barisan’s rule.
What’s wrong with Warisan’s leadership? Do they know what they are doing? The party is lacks leadership. The cabinet must be replaced. An article in FMT titled, “Sabah Govt will suffer the consequences of failed commitments,” is so true. All that a ‘Concerned Citizen’ highlighted are reasons for Warisan’s failure to win the Kimanis seat.
See link: https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/opinion/2020/01/17/sabah-govt-will-suffer-the-consequences-of-failed-commitments/
In other words, it was already given that Warisan would lose the Kimanis seat. For the CM to say, “Fate of Kimanis by-election is now in the hands of voters, community,” is a silly statement!