Wednesday, August 13, 2008


Sabah safe and secure, assures CM


Sabah is safe and secure, assured Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman, who attributed the situation to the commitment of the Armed Forces personnel based at the State borders. “We have also the Federal Government to thank as this also shows their seriousness and commitment in tackling the illegal immigrants issue and to protect the State from any harm, such as kidnapping,” he said. Speaking briefly to reporters after sending off Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Abdul Razak who completed a two-day visit to the military’s forward bases around Sabah, Musa said he was impressed with the progress and stressed that there were signs of greater security at the borders. “We hope the security and safety in Sabah will continue to be preserved. With our tourism vastly growing, we hope to provide a sense of security to our visitors,” he said. Musa said he also had the privilege to witness on his own demonstrations by the Armed Forces to fight possible intruders and rated it as “impressive”. “On behalf of the people of Sabah, I would like to thank the Government for the commitment. And I hope the people will continue to appreciate the work done by the Government to make our State a better place to live in,” he said.

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