Apologise or face protest, Malay NGO group tells film director

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A group of Malay NGOs have demanded that film director David Teo apologise publicly, and on a live presentation, to all Malaysians for being rude at an event attended by Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.

Failure to do so within three days, Gerakan Memertabatkan Pejuang Negara (GMPN) president Major (Rtd) Razali Zakaria said the group would mobilise a protest against him.

"I want him to apologise officially to all Malaysians and do it live," Razali told the media outside Teo's office in PJS5, Petaling Jaya, this afternoon...

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