Mat Sabu scratches head over ‘odd votes’

Abdul Rahim Sabri

Modified 5 Jun 2015, 7:11 am

Former PAS deputy president Mohamad Sabu has accepted defeat, but is scratching his head after receiving what he believes to be an odd number of votes.

Mat Sabu, as he is widely known, received 279 votes last night, with the winner Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man receiving 881 votes.

"I accept the result, but the votes I received, I got an odd number of votes," he told Malaysiakini .

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