Pembetulan,”Conspicuous Absence”

The Chief Minister officiated “Sejiwa Senada” a Government initiated community outreach Programme in Saratok yesterday. There was a lot of speculations in why the programme was held here in Saratok after Miri and the  next one would be in Kuching.

aa22225It got even more tastier and it even fuelled political hearsays and speculations that with the absence of Incumbent MP Tan Sri Mawan from the programme and not seen with the CM he is already out of the picture.

A close aide of Tan Sri Mawan told us to check the FB Posting attached herewith,

“Thank  you for your concerns. Only a “minor” health scare in which permission to excuse from the SEJIWA SENADA program was granted by DCM Douglas Uggah Embas and former DCM Alfred Jabu requested that I immediately go to Sarikei for a further checkup in view of the upcoming GE14″

When we called the aide he said it was an “ACUTE GASTRIC ATTACK” at the worst possible time when he was meeting up with DCM Douglas,Minister Rundi and former DCM Jabu at the Saratok Rest House. He was told to immediately go for further check up to Sarikei and the 3 leaders told Tand Sri that they will convey his message to CM Abang Johari.

The news which filtered out which is to create dissatisfaction and split within the BN ranks must be Corrected and also “Pembetulan” surat khabar yang keluarkan hari ini.

The words used “conspicuous absence” must be checked thoroughly and it is tantamount to #FAKENEWS” which stands to be corrected and this will hurt BN and derail all the good work the incumbent has done for the last 5 years since being elected in 2013.

Tan Sri Mawan he said is very respectful of the higher authorities and would not jeopardise all the good work for Barisan Nasional to retain the Saratok Parliamentary seat. The final say on the candidacy will be up to the top Hierarchy in CM and PM.

A minor scare it was and Tan Sri Mawan is now in high spirits and he is willing the Barisan Nasional supporters not to be divided and to ensure a resounding win for Barisan Nasional.

 

 

 

 

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