The political landscape in Sarawak will change for the better very soon and Barisan Nasional will benefit the mosts with this hope and a new beginning. Many political analysts think it will never materialise but with the New man at the helm as CM Sarawak its time to reengineer, rethink and restrategise.
His 100 days is “ticking closely” and Sarawakians and basically all eyes are watching his every move.
They say when “GOOD MAN DO NOTHING EVIL LURKS and Cape of Good Hope is close at hand for one Senior Minister in William Mawan. it’s a teaser and lets see how far this will develop.
Remember, though you got it first hand from this blog. Nothing else matters and do not think we are hiding anything. It’s the PERFECT TIME FOR A CHANGE…ARE WE SPINNING? NOPE!
THINK ……IT”S ALL FOR BARISAN NASIONAL SOLIDARITY AND NOT PERSONAL AGENDA
The article written by a journalists
SPDP president Tan Sri William Mawan Ikom yesterday expressed confidence that bickering in among leaders in the party is manageable following a statement by his deputy Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing that he was not the one manipulating the no confidence vote called by several leaders, particularly Wanita chief Datuk Chiew Yen Chew.
Mawan said: “We are turning the Cape of Good Hope. Issues surrounding the no confidence vote (by Chiew and her supporters) are small things.”
Although he hinted that there would be bigger thing to come, he declined to elaborate and he preferred to keep his political move close to his chest. The only thing he asked his followers to do is to get organized and be prepared for an eventuality.
“You have to appreciate what is happening now to understand what will be happening in the future,” he said when accepting the courtesy call from party divisional leaders whom are mostly from the Central region at the VIP lounge of the Kuching International Airport (KIA) here.
Mawan who is also Social Development Minister said: “I do not know the perception of the people but I would like to say that the situation in the party is not incompletely hopeless.”
He said whatever steps he has taken was not personal but due to the broad interest of the Barisan Nasional (BN).
He however explained that the ‘confusion’ that party members are facing now is due to a few leaders who are “highly motivated”.
“What motivates them, I do not want to know. However once we are members of SPDP we have to stand up for that (SPDP principles). We are subjected to public scrutiny but so far we are loyal to BN and are grateful to BN. We have join and contribute to all BN activities,” said Mawan who is Pakan assemblyman and Saratok MP.
“Our contribution towards BN solidarity can’t be better displayed during this time – the return of the G4,” he said referring to the readmission as members of the members of the G4 who happened to be SPDP sacked leaders cum assemblypersons Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie (Tasik Biru), Datuk Sylvester Entrie (Marudi), Rosey Yunus (Bekenu) and Paulus Palu Gumbang (Batu Danau).
Thanking his loyalists, Mawan said: “You have safeguarded and strengthen BN unity. Your loyalty to me, party and BN can only be tested in troubled times. Your statement and stand against the confusion is admirable.”