As LDP President Datuk Liew Vui Keong gave his full support to Datuk Seri Musa Aman as Sabah Chief Minister, many on the street are questioning his motive.
It was only last August where Liew had said that he hopes to thrash out with the Prime Minister on the controversy surrounding LDP and the Sabah BN Chairman.
His deputy Datuk Chin Su Phin had earlier call on to Musa to step down saying LDP has lost confidence in the UMNO Sabah Chairman as Chief Minister.
The Batu Sapi by election has unite the BN component parties with Liew’s affirmation of Musa leadership.
This augurs well towards a victory for BN candidate Datin Tsen Thau Lin, widow of incumber MP Datuk Edmund Chong Ket Wah who died in a tragic motorbike accident.
As everyone enter into overdrive for the crucial part of the campaign, all the candidates are using all resources to reach out to the undecided voters.
The chinese are eagerly waiting for the political rally by Penang CM Lim Guan Eng.
PR believes with the strong presence of DAP leaders including Lim Kit Siang who is a crowd puller, PKR’s Ansari Abdullah will be able to spring a surprise.
Meanwhile, SAPP’s Yong Teck Lee are promoting their website http://www.sapp.org.my , batusapi.blogspot.com and sabahtv.net to reach out to the internet savvy voters.
With each camp expressing their confidence, the positive outcome of this by election is the brisk business made by the local businesses. Even the broadband has been sold out.
Come 4 November 2010, Batu Sapi will never be the same anymore.