Warisan zooms in on youths to counter BN's anti-PSS offensive

Kow Gah Chie

Modified 14 Jan 2020, 5:45 am

KIMANIS POLLS | As the clock ticks down to the Jan 18 Kimanis polls, the Sabah Temporary Pass (PSS) continues to dominate the husting agenda on both sides of the divide.

Last night, Warisan sought to take the lead on the issue, using its Himpunan Anak Muda Kimanis as a platform to explain it.

This, just two days before planned anti-PSS rallies, one slated to be held in the morning where former Kimanis MP Anifah Aman is expected to attend, and the other - Himpunan Muafakat Rakyat Sabah by the opposition at night.

At the Himpunan Anak Muda last night, Deputy Home Minister Mohd Azis Jamman, who is also Warisan Youth chief, explained in detail the existence of three migrant documents and why PSS will work in Sabah....

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