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Sayang Sabah - The voice of Sabahans

Chinese association pledges support for BN Sabah government

The Federation of Chinese Associations of Sabah (FCAS) President Datuk TC Goh (9th left) with Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Pnaglima Musa Aman (9th right) and other officials of FCAS in a group photo in Sri Gaya during a courtesy call today. - SayangSabah
The Federation of Chinese Associations of Sabah (FCAS) President Datuk TC Goh (9th left) with Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Pnaglima Musa Aman (9th right) and other officials of FCAS in a group photo in Sri Gaya during a courtesy call today. – SayangSabah

KOTA KINABALU – The Federation of Chinese Associations of Sabah (FCAS) led by its President, Datuk TC Goh expressed their full support to the leadership of Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Aman.

During the courtesy call by FCAS Executive Committee to Musa at Sri Gaya today, Goh said the Federation made up of mostly established business people in Sabah placed their support on the government.

“We in the FCAS would be the middlemen to explain government policies to the people especially the Chinese Community as well as to help explain whatever issues that concern them,” he said.

Goh also officially extended an invitation for Musa to be the Guest of Honour to the “Malam Muhibbah” to be held on February 23, in conjunction with Chinese New Year celebration.

Meanwhile, Musa said it was important for community leaders to work together with the government to facilitate development in the state.

“Sabah is headed in the right direction. Many are attracted to come to Sabah not just to visit but to live and work here,” he said.

He said it was important for Sabah to be politically stable so that it would continue to attract businesses and investors as well as tourists.

“If the politics and government is unstable, nobody would want to come here to invest or do business. They would be scared,” he said.

He said the government valued the contributions made by the Chinese community and has therefore, on a yearly basis continue to provide allocations to Chinese Vernacular Schools, temples and Churches. – SayangSabah

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