Maybe he's not really walking down the street where these group of people could be seen. I'm sure most of us agree that these group of people are not just 'sitting' but in most criminal cases which had happened in Sabah were because of that particular group. It's a very unhealthy for the locals and most of us, even myself, are scared when being with these people at times especially during night.
Negative impact also could be seen in economy where these people actually 'filled' the vacancies we have causing the number of unemplyment increase. Despite the fact that locals should be more proactive in finding job, these people really work hard to fit themselves in Sabah. Then again, most of them are also jobless, causing them to steal, rob or even break into people's house. Don't he sees all these things?
But maybe there's what we call as 'political agenda(s)' behind all these things, yes? We never know because as if the the Parliment and DUN are the only place that such as these things were being discussed but details were not narrowed down to the public. Is it or isn't it?
Being transparent, I really hope the authorities will at least explain to the public in whatever action taken upon Sabah, the precious Land Below The Wind. This is my land and I own every little soil in it, every little moment of it and everything of it!
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