KOTA KINABALU: Power sharing as practiced by the ruling government can be interpreted from various aspect to ensure all communities are included in the nation’s development agenda.
Explaining the matter, the Chief Minister, Datuk Seri Musa Aman, said the cooperation in implementing development especially by BN component parties must become a priority.
“We are in the process to develop the state. Power sharing is an important practice, where with it we can realize all efforts to bring progress to the state for everyone to share,” he said during the breaking of fast ceremony organized by Sabah Forest Development Authority (Safoda).
Also present were Safoda Chairman, Senator Datuk Dr. Lucas Umbul, and its Vice Chairman cum Sabah UMNO Puteri Chief, Normala Rasik.
In conjunction with the event, Musa on behalf of the state government also receives a dividend cheque of RM2 million from Lucas who represented Safoda, and presented donations for 51 orphans from UMNO Zone 2 covering Kota Kinabalu, Sepanggar, Penampang, and Putatan.
Musa also said he welcomes the initiatives from government-linked companies (GLCs) to hold breaking of fast programmes to celebrate the less fortunate and orphans.
According to him, these charity programmes reflects positive values and can be shared with the non-Muslim communities. – SayangSabah