Shafie Apdal, the Minister of Rural Development is very much jealous of his counterpart in Sabah, Musa aman and is repeatedly attacking Musa and opposing his candidature for the continuation as Chief Minister. Shafie was responsible for undermining Musa Aman’s leadership by instigating Lajim Okim to call for the removal of Musa as chief minister by appeasing Lajim with a RM150 million road project from his Rural Ministry. Shafie also helped form KDM Malaysia to divide the Kadazan Dusun Murut (KDM) community, politically weakening Pairin Kitingan and PBS, hence forming a wedge between Pairin and Musa. Now, Shafie Apdal is masterminding the return of Yong Teck Lee (SAPP) into the BN fold and claiming he has the tacit approval of Najib Tun Razak to negotiate the return, despite word of the Sabah BN components distrusting Yong. Yong Teck Lee, Shafie Apdal and Joseph Ambrose Lee were partners in crime, taking over the RM30-billion timber wealth of Yayasan Sabah through share-swap, in a time when Yong Teck Lee was Sabah chief Minister and Shafie Apdal was Directer of Yayasan Sabah.

Like it or not, it was Musa Aman who was the then state finance minister who rejected this share-swap deal, saving Yayasan Sabah from a pending doom. Shafie Apdal’s intention of bringing Yong Teck Lee back into BN will weaken Musa Aman’s leadership among BN followers in Sabah due to Musa and Yong’s bitter relationship. At this moment of time Musa Aman and all the other BN component parties have got a fantastic working relationship.

SO the big question is: Why is Shafie so jealous of Musa Aman?

Obviously Shafie dreams of being the top dog, for sure, but I firmly see it envy forming due to Musa’s many achievements which has catapulted Sabah to the top position among the States in Malaysia.

It is wrong to say that Sabah has registered improvement in one or two areas. In fact there is no area in which Sabah has not progressed. Education, law and order, good environmental practices, forest protection, clean water supply, electricity, agriculture, industrial progress, urban development, rural development, exports, solution to Sabah’s illegal immigrant problem, increase for oil royalty – in whatever angle you look at, Sabah attracts deeper attention in every area, registering a surplus in many areas. But Sabah is not satisfied with this achievement. It is not resting on its laurels but is focusing on earning more surpluses. The reason for this attitude is that Sabah does not think only about itself. It thinks for the whole of Malaysia. Sabah is the locomotive engine of Malaysia and is keen to contribute more for Malaysia’s growth.

When Sabah attained independence in 1963, Malaysia was born. Right from independence in 1963 to 1985, Alliance- Barisan National ruled Sabah. After 1985, Datuk Harris Salleh was defeated, Pairin Kitingan from Party Bersatu Sabah became the Chief Minister. But even at that time Sabah was ruled by the Barisan National until 1986 when PBS pulled out from BN. In 1994, BN wrested control of the power from PBS when Lajim defected from Parti Bersatu Sabah which won the Sabah election, and his action opened a floodgate of defections from PBS and saw the collapse of Pairin’s PBS government. Sakaran Dandai became the first Umno Chief Minister in Sabah in 1994.

In 2003, Musa Aman was appointed chief minister. Musa Aman faced crisis after crisis immediately on assuming office. First the state treasury was nearly negative, Yayasan Sabah was on the verge of going bust, state agency were negative and the financial situation of the state was in shambles. Musa Aman had to prudently turn around the mess he inherited. In 2004, Musa Aman faced assembly elections and captured more seats than in 1999 and became the Chief Minister again. He won again in 2008 with a thumping victory winning 59 out of the 60 state seats. Musa Aman has earned the title as the longest serving Chief Minister of Sabah. Musa Aman is facing elections again expected within the next six months.

Sabah registered remarkable progress in the last ten years of Musa Aman’s rule. Nobody including his opponents can deny this.

This year Musa Aman unveiled a RM4.09bil budget the largest in the history of Sabah which is a RM40mil increase over last year’s budget of some RM4.05bil. Of this RM2.07bil would go towards the economic sector, RM988.23mil for public utilities, including water supply, rural electrification and sewerage projects, RM764mil would be spent on infrastructure including the construction of roads and bridges as well as ports and harbours and the upgrading of Borneo’s only rail service, Sabah Railways. Musa also announced a special RM1mil allocation and the RM500,000 sentuhan kasih (touch of compassion) funding for each state constituency be continued next year. So we see the expenditure is aimed at eradicating poverty and improving the quality of life of the people by improving basic infrastructure and public amenities while at the same time developing high quality youth and human capital and not ignoring to strengthen Sabah’s financial position.

Under Musa Aman, Sabah has even earned praise from Auditor-General Tan Sri Ambrin Buang for demonstrating sound financial management and for maintaining its record of efficient and prudent handling of its finances over the last 12 years. One hundred and six departments and agencies were audited last year and each showed that its financial management was at a very good level. This places Sabah among the best states in Malaysia in terms of accountability and financial management efficiency. This has given Sabah a positive image as it proves that the state has succeeded in managing its resources well, efficiently and in an orderly manner. The auditor-general’s positive assessment should erase the allegations from certain quarters, who always question the state government’s capability and efficiency in managing its finances. In fact, the auditor-general was so impressed with Sabah’s financial management that he wants it to be a role model for other states.

Even Moody International has certified the Sabah government for efficient and proper budget management for three years running and RAM has given it a triple-A rating for its finances.

Sure there were problems in the past. Sabah’s problem of good drinking water would be an example of such an issue. Due to this, dry taps were a norm often in the past. In the kampongs, women and children had to walk far to fetch drinking water to their homes. There was scarcity of electricity and even the quality of electricity supplied was not up to the mark. Sabah lagged behind in girls’ education. Road facilities were not adequate and their quality was also not sound. But under Musa Aman, all these defects faded away in the last ten years. Now there are separate facilities for ground water and drinking water.

There is still some shortage of electricity in Sabah but has improved tremendously from the past where power failures and power cuts were a common thing. Now in most towns electricity is supplied for 24 hours a day. Electricity is supplied for agriculture through a separate feeder. What is even more praiseworthy is that the electricity is available with good quality. No Sabahans purchases stabilizers along with television or refrigerators. Sabah has registered remarkable progress in education as well. Native children and girls are attending school and receiving proper education at an increasing number.

Now you ask: How were all these feats achieved? It is simply Musa Aman’s focus and dedication. After reading the above facts, I think one can understand the reason for Shafie Apdal’s jealousy. Even though Shafie Apdal was MP for Semporna for 4 terms since 1995, he has done nothing much to improve the livelihood of the Semporna folks although he has got a huge budget at his disposal now from his Rural Ministry, his achievements pale into insignificance compared to that of Musa Aman’s.

To add to this, word on the street is that Musa Aman is set on becoming the Finance Minister of Malaysia in 2017.

There are over 3 million people living in Sabah. This forms 10% of Malaysian population. Sabah has an area of 73620 sq km. This is 60% of total land surface of Peninsular Malaysia. In oil palm production, Sabah’s share is 40%, Sabah contributes 25% in cocoa production, 27% in rubber production, 40% in natural gas, 55% in petroleum, 70% in tiger prawns production about 9000 metric tons, 60% in ginger production and 35% in cabbage production. If Musa Aman remains in power for another ten years uninterrupted, Sabah will be the most prosperous and peaceful place in the whole world. But unfortunately for the Sabahans, Musa Aman will be the Chief Minister only for the next five years. He is likely to be elevated as the Finance Minister of Malaysia. But Sabah’s loss is the rest of Malaysia’s gain. This is because Musa Aman will ensure Malaysia’s prosperity with his rich administrative experience, involvement, focus, dedication, concentration, sincerity and sense of purpose.

Footnote:
I know that all kinds of epithets will be hurled at me for praising Musa Aman and Sabah. I do not care about criticism. A journalist should speak the truth and nothing else. I have done my duty in reporting the truth about Sabah and Musa Aman. This satisfaction is enough for me as a writer.

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  1. ayel10 says:

    musa is a neutral leader, he is not taking sides unlike those in pbs or usno. Maybe this has something with to do with his race. He does not come from any of the major ethnic group in sabah. That makes him a suitable chief minister where ethnic bias and prejudice is common when certain party or people rule.

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  2. bbkk says:

    cyber trooper alert

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  3. Sonya says:

    Encourage the government to do more in improving lives of the people.

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  4. Akeem Ali says:

    There is a tendency to continue evaluating the government.

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  5. Pat says:

    People who grew up in other rural areas are certain about changes in Sabah.

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  6. Samuel says:

    A lot of improvement and development in Sabah during Musa leadership compared to the past years.

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  7. Flora says:

    A clean record amongst leaders is very much required.

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  8. Orlando says:

    Not doubt the government has done well, however they owe more to the people of the rural areas.

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  9. Elizabeth says:

    The financial position of Sabah to be getting better and hope this will continue.

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  10. Lewis says:

    The deposit reserves has increased since Musa became Sabah CM.

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  11. Philip says:

    Why should the leaders be turned against each other?

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  12. Hola says:

    There is no point to be critic about all these, the people know the truth and how Musa needs to be promoted because of his good work in Sabah.

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  13. Hill says:

    Musa has done a lot for the people and the state as a whole.

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  14. Williams says:

    The state government has announced new projects that are worth millions of ringgit, which is likely to reach out to other areas in Sabah that need proper development and infrastructure.

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  15. Drew Barry says:

    Sometimes it hurts to say the truth, but it’s always better than remaining ignorant.

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  16. Drew Barry says:

    Regardless of what people say, there are people who still support Selvarajah’s writing.

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  17. Drew Barry says:

    We love your twisted thoughts.

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  18. Kevin says:

    Tunggulah PRU-13 dulu barulah kita membuat pelantikan yang terbaik.

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  19. Kevin says:

    Masih awal lagi untuk menentukan jawatan KM, sabar bah.

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  20. Rac says:

    We should just wait after the next GE to worry about who’s going to take over the CM seat.

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  21. Rac says:

    Don’t forget Shafie Apdal is no longer the golden boy of Najib Razak anymore.

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  22. Rac says:

    Shafie can barely take care of Semporna, how can he be trusted to take care of Sabah?

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  23. Rac says:

    Najib Razak himself has lost confidence with Shafie after the scandals with KKLW and Rafida.

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  24. Rac says:

    I don’t think Shafie Apdal is capable of getting the seat from Musa Aman’s hands.

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  25. syafak says:

    selva, we hear that Shafie Apdal will be contesting in the Senallang state constituency and not going for Parliament seat of Semporna this coming GE13. Is this sign that he is going to take over from Musa as CM of Sabah?

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  26. Yola says:

    Musa can not be responsible for the current status of everyone in Sabah.

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  27. Kelvin says:

    Sabah is developed thanks to Musa Aman.

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  28. dbawahbayu says:

    saya rasa penyokong MA adalah lebih ramai daripada SA….

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  29. dbawahbayu says:

    “Shafie Apdal, the Minister of Rural Development is very much jealous of his counterpart in Sabah, Musa aman and is repeatedly attacking Musa and opposing his candidature for the continuation as Chief Minister. “—–> beliau tidak patut berkelakuan sedemikian terhadap MA

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  30. dbawahbayu says:

    “If Musa Aman remains in power for another ten years uninterrupted, Sabah will be the most prosperous and peaceful place in the whole world.”—-> alangkah jika ini menjadi kenyataan…

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  31. dbawahbayu says:

    Shafie tidak patut berasa irihati terhadap rakan seperjuangannya jika dia jujur ingin berkhidmat demi Sabah

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  32. Ameno says:

    Any acts of sabotage within a party should be discouraged.

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  33. Ameno says:

    Both Musa Aman and Shafie Apdal have their own roles to play, they should focus on their duty for the sake of the people.

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  34. Ameno says:

    Cooperation between leaders in a same party is crucial for the people’s welfare.

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  35. Ameno says:

    Hope that Shafie Apdal will cooperate with the Chief Minister in making Sabah a developed state.

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  36. Ameno says:

    Political stability is the key to growth within a nation.

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  37. edwin says:

    Don’t worry about all the criticism Selva, you are doing a good job, we like what you are doing for Sabah.

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  38. Kate says:

    If only there is political stability between parties, it will help to implement and facilitate other development plans.

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  39. James says:

    Musa will strive hard to support the people of Sabah.

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  40. amran says:

    semoga usaha pembangunan akan terus dilakukan dan ekonoomi Sabah semakin berkembang.

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  41. amran says:

    projek seperti SAMUR dapat mencipta peluang kerja dan ekonomi Sabah dan rakyatnya.

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  42. amran says:

    kestabilan politik yang ada di Sabah memudahkan perancangan pembangunan dilaksanakan.

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  43. amran says:

    saya rasa hubungan mereka baik dan Shafie menyokong Musa.

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  44. Ben says:

    Najib akan memberi sokongan financial untuk Musa terus memajukan Sabah.

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  45. Josh says:

    Calon yang disenaraikan untuk bertanding harus berkebolehan agar tidak menjejas prestasi BN.

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  46. Shinia says:

    Lets see whether the people will still sided to Musa in coming election.

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  47. Hendy says:

    Perkembangan di luar bandar harus mencapai tahap yang seimbang.

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  48. Ryus says:

    Kestabilan politik akan membawa perkembangan ekonomi yang berterusan.

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  49. Amin says:

    Tiada apa perlu dibanggakan setakat ini, masih banyak perlu diusahakan.

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  50. Ameerul says:

    Not sure Shafie a better choice.

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  51. Shahrol says:

    Indeed Musa a great CM that bring positive development to Sabah.

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  52. red says:

    For this past few years, musa has proven to the people that he is competence .

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  53. red says:

    All sorts of projects were implemented to reduce the poverty rate.

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  54. red says:

    Musa has developed sabah very well to what it is now.

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  55. red says:

    Shafie current performance is not up to musa’s level.

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  56. red says:

    Musa aman makes a better cm than shafie.

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  57. Donald says:

    So far Musa has really tried in Sabah

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  58. Donald says:

    Contribute to the welfare of the state other than cause more problems.

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  59. mantera says:

    Kadar kemiskinan ini akan terus turun, apabila projek-projek membasmi kemiskinan seperti Jelapang Padi, Agropolitan, PIOC dan Sabah Development Corridor siap dan berjalan sepenuhnya.

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  60. mantera says:

    pada tahun 2003 semasa Musa dilantik sebagai Ketua Menteri, kadar kemiskinan Sabah berada di atas 24 peratus, kadar itu berjaya diturunkan dan kini kadar kemiskinan hanya 15 peratus.

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  61. mantera says:

    pelaburan swasta boleh mencapai RM10bilion untuk suku pertama tahun 2012.

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  62. mantera says:

    Ketua Audit Negara memperakui, bahawa pengurusan Kewangan Negeri antara yang terbaik dalam negara

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  63. mantera says:

    Musa dilantik sebagai Ketua Menteri Sabah pada tahun 2003, bajet pembangunan negeri dari tahun ke tahun terus bertambah, malah bajet tahun 2012 mencecah lebih RM4 bilion.

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  64. mantera says:

    sewaktu Musa dilantik sebagai Menteri Kewangan Sabah, simpanan Sabah hanya RM200 juta. Sejak itu, dari tahun ke tahun simpanan negeri terus bertambah, sehinggalah mencapai RM3bilion.

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  65. mantera says:

    hubungan Musa dan shafie amat baik, mereka saling menyokong.

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  66. mantera says:

    hubungan Musa dan shafie amat baik, mereka saling menyokong satu sama lain.

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  67. Bullet says:

    Apart from the cash reserves, Sabah under Musa has achieved a new record when he presented a RM4 billion state budget for 2012. It was the biggest in terms of revenue and allocation, again surpassing Selangor’s and Penang’s budget. As icing on the cake, the Sabah government under Musa was cited by the Auditor General’s Report as the state with best financial footing and best financial management for 12 years running!

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  68. Bullet says:

    The fact of the matter is -under Musa as the Chief Minister – Sabah has grown by leaps and bounds. The cash reserves of the state is at its all time high, surpassing even the two most industrialised states in Malaysia (Selangor and Penang) and still growing strong as we speak. If the Chief Minister was corrupt to the core as painted by the opposition, the state would be penniless. It doesn’t take a genius to empty the state coffers if one is a “vacuum cleaner” as alleged by the opposition.

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  69. Bullet says:

    shafie only know how to bring problems to this state.. so far, none contribution from his ministry to this state..

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  70. Anonymous says:

    Selva, i like to read your pieces and have been following you long. Your articles in Free Malaysia Today are all well written. Please do me a fovour stop promoting Musa Aman, he is extremely corrupted, you don’t know him well, he use to curi kaya and he is king in curi kaya, thats why Sabah forest already botak. During Berjaya government Harris Salleh gave Ayub Aman a big concession area in Keningau and Musa Aman cheated his own brother and curi all the kayu there, Ayub Aman told Harris this and Harris was very disappointed with Musa for playing out Ayub. Thats why up to now Musa Aman does not like Harris Salleh. Go ask Harris Salleh if you don’t believe Enck selva.

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  71. red says:

    Even Najib acknowledged Musa aman competency to lead sabah.

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  72. red says:

    Sadly that people rather see negative side of musa rather than the achievement he has made for sabah.

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  73. red says:

    Selva news is worth the read. He is the truth.

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  74. red says:

    There are people trying to turn these two leaders against each other.

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  75. red says:

    Sabah may not be as developed as other states in malaysia but in a way its a good thing. Would we want to turn sabah into a CONCRETE JUNGLE???

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  76. Adam says:

    The state financial management has also gotten good reviews from the auditor general, proving the allegations that Musa Aman is incapable of running the state wrong.

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  77. Adam says:

    It’s a fact that Sabah’s revenue has grown from RM1.2 billion in 2001 to RM4.36 billion last year. Sadly many people refuses to see the state government’s achievements.

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  78. Adam says:

    Shafie is no longer the blue eye boy of Najib, didn’t think he’ll turn into a green eye monster.

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  79. Adam says:

    Keep on reporting the truth, don’t let the criticism get to you.

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  80. Adam says:

    Selvarajah is not promoting Musa Aman but stating the truth as a true journalist.

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  81. Lotud Tuaran says:

    Selva do you know Sam MANAN was Musman (TIMBER) sdn bhd’s secret proxy in the forestry departmant when musa was just a mere ‘licensed’ timber thief. Of course when this ‘licensed’ timber thief somehow managed to bribed BADawi into making him CM and thus became D’licensing’ king of thieves….partner in crime Sam Manan gets promoted to forestry department director. Pretending to be clean, Sam burnt down poor homeless kampong folks houses. Having ‘established’ his so-called-clean-image, now musa&manan can swallow the entire Yayasan Sabah Benta Wawasan Concession Areas at their own leisure and pleasures.

    Stop promoting Musa and his bunch of thieves, you can do better than this Selva. You are a man of principal, we know, but dont know why you are promoting this Musang.

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  82. Eman says:

    Hubungan baik Musa dan najib akan membawa perkembangan positif untuk Sabah. Peruntukan yang diberi amat tinggi, cukup membawa perkembangan yang berterusan.

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  83. Orang Tawau says:

    According to UN, Sabah is the no 1 poorest state in Malaysia, how come selva?

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  84. Mark says:

    Musa disahkan tidak terlibat salam kes rasuah RM40m.

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  85. Don says:

    perkembangan ekonomi harus stabil khas kawasan pedalaman yang masih tidak berkembang.

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  86. Emy says:

    banyak industri mencapai perkembangan yang amat baik seperti pertanian pelancongan, perikanan dll.

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  87. Gobs says:

    Projek perkembangan di Sabah akan membawa perkembangan positif dan kenaikan taraf hidup.

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  88. Birunda says:

    Musa adalah CM yang cekap dan bijak. Beliau membawa perkembangan yang positif kepada Sabah.

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  89. Yan says:

    Kes Musa membawa kesan sasmpingan yang negatif kepada Musa. Susah nak dijangka sama ada ini akan menjejas prestasi Musa di PRu13.

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  90. abdillah says:

    Musang manage to divert the RM40 million which micheal Chia try to smuggle from hongkong and put the blame on Nazri. Sekarang Nazri yang kena hantam. Ini Musang memang musang dan vacum cleaner yang paling besar.

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  91. Asyraf says:

    Reserve fund that Sabah have now indeed proven that Musa is a great CM.

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  92. Jump says:

    Musa contribute a right development to Sabah.

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  93. Nelson says:

    Usaha kerajaan membangunkan ekonomi Sabah amat dibanggakan.

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  94. asim says:

    yang penting teruskan usaha untuk memajukan Sabah dan rakyatnya.

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  95. asim says:

    Sebagai CM Musa telah melakukan tugasnya dengan baik dan ramai yang mengakuinya.

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  96. Ava says:

    Kerajaan Negeri Sabah mengumumkan projek baru bernilai berjuta-juta ringgit

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  97. Gaban says:

    CM Datuk Seri Musa Aman wants the state and federal civil servants to work as a strong team towards ensuring the smooth and successful implementation of development projects as well as polies

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  98. kimb says:

    Only those people who are positive know exactly the effort done by Datuk Musa.

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  99. kimb says:

    There is nothing to be said, since its all already been written.

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  100. Pemerhati says:

    Sabah’s excellent management of its finances proves the ability of the state government to manage resources well, while dismissing any negative notion or unsubstantiated accusations in respect of efficiency. Datuk Seri Musa Aman, who is also the Finance Minister, said the improved financial management of several agencies had helped them to become self-sufficient with a few being able to repay loans and channel dividends to the state government

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  101. Pemerhati says:

    Musa said Sabah would be a developed state under the BN government as various development programmes were being implemented in the state. He said the allocation of RM386 million in the 2013 budget for the standardisation of prices of goods in Sabah and Sarawak, proved the government’s concern on the welfare of the people.

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  102. Pemerhati says:

    If given BN is given the mandate in the coming General Election (GE), the Federal and state government will work even harder to develop Sabah which has a vast potential.

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  103. Pemerhati says:

    The Prime Minister who is also the BN chairman urged the people of Sabah to continue their support for BN to ensure continuity in the development of Sabah. In the last election (2008), BN Sabah almost made a clean sweep of all the 25 Parliament and 60 state assembly seats.

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  104. Pemerhati says:

    Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the Federal government has major plans for the people of Sabah if Barisan Nasional (BN) was given the mandate once again.

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  105. Cutee Pian says:

    Musa is unrivalled as he is praised by Britain’s venerable Royal Society. He has put almost 4m hectares of pristine forests, slightly more than half the size of Sabah, in the Heart of Borneo for conservation.

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  106. Cutee Pian says:

    Sabah’s economic spending has reached an all time high of 4 billion ringgit this year; made possible through prudent financial management and innovative income generation that have added to the state’s reserves of more than 3 billion ringgit. This has earned praise from Malaysia’s Auditor-General Ambrin Buang for 11 straight years

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  107. Cutee Pian says:

    The economy was sluggish when Musa succeeded Chong Kah Kiat as Sabah’s 14th chief minister. But through his three-prong Halatuju economic plan in developing industries from agriculture, tourism and manufacturing to bring his state out of the backwaters of primary exports, Sabah has been chalking up large surpluses year after year.

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  108. Cutee Pian says:

    Musa has been the most innovative chief minister with a remarkable foresight. So much so that he was ahead of his time when he launched the Sabah Development Corridor in 2008. It is to bring 105 billion ringgit ($34 billion) of investments and create 900,000 jobs over 18 years.

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  109. Cutee Pian says:

    Joseph Pairin Kitingan, his deputy, paid him (Musa Aman) a fitting tribute. He described him as a true Malaysian who puts aside racial differences to bring peace and prosperity to his 3.2m people who include Malays, indigenous Kadazan-Dusuns and Muruts, Bajaus, suluks and ethnic Chinese and Indians. Musa is a descendent of Kadazan-Dusuns, Malay and ethnic Chinese.

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  110. Cutee Pian says:

    kepimpinan Musa telah memberi jalan-jalan bertar di jalan-jalan kg.

    bukan itu sahaja malah kampung-kampung yg pda thun 2002 adalah jalan balak ini dilengkapi dengan kampung tanpa wayar serta jalur lebar.

    bnyk kemudahan yg telah disediakan. Ini menjadikan penduduk-penduduk kg sama access maklumat dengan penduduk di bandar. apa yg membezakan bandar dan kampung cuma tempat membeli-belah yg besar. selebihnya, tak ada beza. Saya percaya, Musa akan terus berjaya dalam pentadbiran beliau. Misi dan visi beliau cukup jelas dengan berjaya melaburkan RM40 juta utk sabah. sabah akan terus maju dan akan maju. Orang yg tidak tinggal di sabah memang tidak dpt merasakan segala perubahan tersebut.

    tp, bg mereka yg lahir dan membesar di sabah terutamanya di kg, pasti akan merasa perubahan tersebut dari dulu dan kini.

    Kerajaan memang cukup prihatin. Cuma, apa yg perlu di lakukan adalah mempertingkatkan usaha. sudah menjadi kecenderungan mereka untuk terus menilai kerajaan.

    keep on!!

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  111. Cutee Pian says:

    Sepanjang Sabah ditadbir oleh Musa, banyak perkambangan telah berlaku. Saved
    bukan sahaja dari segi ekonomi, pendidikan, dan sebagainya tetapi juga pelancongan sehingga sabah dikenali worldwide

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  112. unknown says:

    Cuma, apa yg perlu di lakukan adalah mempertingkatkan usaha. sudah menjadi kecenderungan mereka untuk terus menilai kerajaan. keep on!!

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  113. unknown says:

    Sepanjang Sabah ditadbir oleh Musa, banyak perkambangan telah berlaku. bukan sahaja dari segi ekonomi, pendidikan, dan sebagainya tetapi juga pelancongan sehingga sabah dikenali worldwide. kepimpinan Musa telah memberi jalan-jalan bertar di jalan-jalan kg. bukan itu sahaja malah kampung-kampung yg pda thun 2002 adalah jalan balak ini dilengkapi dengan kampung tanpa wayar serta jalur lebar. bnyk kemudahan yg telah disediakan. Ini menjadikan penduduk-penduduk kg sama access maklumat dengan penduduk di bandar. apa yg membezakan bandar dan kampung cuma tempat membeli-belah yg besar. selebihnya, tak ada beza. Saya percaya, Musa akan terus berjaya dalam pentadbiran beliau. Misi dan visi beliau cukup jelas dengan berjaya melaburkan RM40 juta utk sabah. sabah akan terus maju dan akan maju. Orang yg tidak tinggal di sabah memang tidak dpt merasakan segala perubahan tersebut. tp, bg mereka yg lahir dan membesar di sabah terutamanya di kg, pasti akan merasa perubahan tersebut dari dulu dan kini. Kerajaan memang cukup prihatin.

    Cuma, apa yg perlu di lakukan adalah mempertingkatkan usaha. sudah menjadi kecenderungan mereka untuk terus menilai kerajaan. keep on!!

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  114. philip says:

    Both are screwed up, Sabah needs a new person who is clean n without scandals.

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  115. unknown says:

    If Musa Aman remains in power for another ten years uninterrupted, Sabah will be the most prosperous and peaceful place in the whole world.

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  116. ziezie says:

    Don’t make me laugh. Kemajuan dari segi apa.Napa ramai anak sabah kerja luar dari negeri Sabah. Unemployment is high, no new businesses are being created. Jalan raya plasticine atau macam taufu. Export industries negligible.Import barang banyak. Air banyak kampung minum air gravity. sudah lah., Yang maju hanya pocket Musa Aman.

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  117. semporna says:

    Sabah maju?
    Musa Aman seorang yang maju…. yang lain… saperti biasa… atau lebih teruk!

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  118. rahman says:

    semasa Musa dilantik sebagai Menteri Kewangan Sabah, simpanan Sabah hanya RM200 juta. Sejak itu, dari tahun ke tahun simpanan negeri terus bertambah, sehinggalah mencapai RM3bilion.

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  119. Don says:

    Despite all the good work by Musa Aman, Sabahans are the poorest people in Malaysia. How did that happen ?

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  120. akhbar pra says:

    Musa is a very smart politician, for last 4 years everyone was pointing the gun at Musa for the RM40 million Micheal Chia HongKong smuggling case. Suddenly Nazri comes into the picture and he becomes the main player. Must be very smart this Musa Aman. I like his chess moves. Now Nazri has to take the whole blame. Yang dapat benefit UMNO Sabah tapi yang kena pukil Nazri and his son. pandai pandai pandai!

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  121. ariffin says:

    We need Datuk Musa Aman to stay on in Sabah. Datuk Musa Aman has done a great job for Sabah and no other CM has done like how he has.

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  122. Joe Fernandez says:

    Jealousy and envy are not political issues. The issue is a regular changing of the guards.

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