Wanted: Someone to 'cripple' Najib in Pekan

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The person aspiring to take on Najib Abdul Razak for the Pekan parliamentary seat must prove the ability to "cripple" the prime minister politically, said PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli.

Rafizi said this when responding to a recent announcement that former PKR Youth chief Ezam Mohd Nor intends to contest in Pekan.

"If Ezam wishes to contest against Najib, he must be a person who hits Najib the hardest, until (the latter is) crippled.

"I welcome anyone who wants to cripple Najib (politically) and leave him reeling in Pekan," Rafizi told Malaysiakini at the sidelines of a Pakatan Harapan event in Shah Alam today.

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