Talk of secession is not treasonous, says Jeffrey

Dukau Papau

Modified 21 Feb 2014, 5:35 am

When Sabah and Sarawak people talk about separation or secession, it means that they are fed-up with being part of Malaysia and see no hope for their future except by opting out, says Sabah’s maverick politician Jeffrey Kitingan.

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