WE ASK OUR SUPPORTERS

HOW DO YOU SEE SABAH NOW?

2023-04-10T08:49:10+08:00

Alwizan Ron

Sabah is heading towards a more promising direction. However, the younger generation needs to strive for greater height. No complacency and no 'tidak apa ba tidak apa ba' (lackadaisical) mindset.

2023-04-10T09:44:48+08:00

Beth Chin-Sikayun

If we look at Sabah now, the first and & most obvious thing we could see is the increasing numbers of undocumented PTI (pendatang tanpa izin or illegal immigrants) in many parts of Sabah. It is very alarming, and leaders have been talking about the issues, bla-bla-bla but nothing much has been done to really address the problem.

2023-04-10T09:22:25+08:00

Lee Kuok Tiung

If I make a comparison with 1997 when I first arrived in KK, there are lots of changes. The roads, transportation, new housing and commercial centre, huge transformation. Sabah has lots of potential, prospects and opportunities to develop.

2023-04-10T08:00:00+08:00

Livy Mopilin

Traffic congestion is still an issue. So is the lack of public facilities such as clean toilets, good link bridges and pathways for pedestrians.

2023-04-10T08:29:45+08:00

Shirley Roger Mosuyun

Saya melihat Sabah sebagai sebahagian daripada Malaysia, tetapi ia belum mencapai potensi dengan sepenuhnya. Ia mempunyai banyak faedah untuk ditawarkan, sumber semula jadi, kepelbagaian alam semula jadi, budaya unik dan sebagainya.

WHAT IS THE WAY FORWARD FOR SABAH?

2023-04-10T08:05:12+08:00

Anne Golingai

The state government and the leaders should focus on what we (the rakyat) need. Overcome the poverty problem we face, especially in rural areas.

2023-04-10T09:43:51+08:00

Azhar Othman

Education must be the top priority. Our children have the rights to be given equal opportunity to quality education. Sadly, many of our schools are dilapidated and our students are not given access to the best facilities and teachers.

2023-04-10T09:51:31+08:00

Bob Hartley

I would like to see Sabah receive more investment from the natural resources it contributes to Malaysia. A better return would, and should, enable it to invest in its infrastructure and develop sensitively. Its rich culture and astonishing nature should be preserved at all costs.

2023-04-10T10:26:43+08:00

Douglas John Toidy

Revamp the educational syllabus. Civic mindedness needs to be taught fullest to the young. Need drastic change in mindsets and attitudes towards responsibility given. Need to be open-minded and stay in a secular society.

2023-04-10T13:53:24+08:00

Evelyn Lo

To increase the strength and economic stability of the state, so that it grows sustainably, the agriculture, tourism, and growth sectors must be given priority. I hope Sabah continues to move forward!

2023-04-09T22:09:57+08:00

Norman Fong

The bridge and jalan (road) need to be upgraded. The transport needs to be improved. The education system in kawasan pendalam (the interior of Sabah) needs to be improved. Get big companies to invest in Sabah so youth have jobs.

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