KOTA KINABALU: The Barisan Nasional (BN) Youth movement in Sabah has denied allegations it is unhappy with the state’s leadership. Its deputy president, Shahelmy Yahya, said that to the contrary, the movement always stood firm and supported the federal and state government administrations led by BN.
“The BN Youth in Sabah are in a harmonious and stable state, and we also support the state’s ruling coalition currently headed by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman,” he said in a statement here today.
Last Saturday, Sepanggar UMNO Division chief Datuk Jumat Idris claimed that he received many complaints from component parties, especially the youth movements, regarding the state leadership. Shahelmy said the state BN Youth movement always emphasised harmony and equality while facing any differences or issues.
He said the movement had a meeting yesterday to discuss the programmes and activities that would be implemented this year. “Meetings and discussions will continue be held from time to time for the integrity of the party as it is a method and channel we use to find solutions towards problems or issues,” he said. – BERNAMA