Sabah has the potential to become the top state within a span of five years – Hajiji

TUARAN: The Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Panglima Hajiji Noor, is confident that Sabah can become one of the top states in the country within five years from now.


“What is important is planning to help and improve the socio-economic status of the people,” he said at an iftar event with the residents of Mukim Tambalang at the As-Sajdin Mosque here on Sunday.

Hajiji, who is also the Sulaman assemblyman, wants Tuaran to become the best model of unity and fully support the current state government.

“I want Tuaran to be the best example of providing solid support to the current state government,” he said.

He reiterated the call for the people not to be deceived by fake news and opposition slander that belittles the state government.

During Ramadan, the Chief Minister said his schedule is tight, but he will make time to meet with the people and break fast together.

“Tomorrow (Monday), I will go to Pulau Pinang to break fast with 1,400 students sponsored by the Sabah Foundation,” he said.

Hajiji also urged the public to take the opportunity to strengthen relationships and foster goodwill throughout this noble month of Ramadan.

“Let us not forget about those who are less fortunate as well,” he said.

During the event, Hajiji presented contributions to 728 recipients from 21 villages in Mukim Tambalang.

Also present were Labuan Member of Parliament Datuk Suhaili Abd Rahman and the Political Secretary to the Chief Minister, Datuk Abdul Kassim Razali.

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