'Whoever paves the road will have our votes for life'

Ng Xiang Yi

Modified 18 Sep 2020, 4:21 am

SABAH POLLS | Every election season, candidates and political parties descend on their voters bearing manifestoes intended to attract their votes.

However, in Mukim Bunga Raya, a small village located in Bingkor, Keningau, voters have decided to go for a little role-reversal by drawing the candidates' attention to the issues that they want to be addressed.

The villagers have submitted their "voting manifesto" by...

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