Bersatu minister told to resign after calling Sabah Umno 'unpopular'

Modified 8 Jul 2020, 4:40 am

Rural Development Minister Abdul Latiff Ahmad has drawn flak from his former colleagues in Umno for claiming that the Malay-based party was no longer popular in Sabah during a livestream yesterday.

In a statement today, Umno Youth demanded for Abdul Latiff, who left Umno and is now in Bersatu, to resign as a minister over his insulting remark.

"Moreover, such an insulting statement was uttered by someone who had betrayed us by...

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