Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said it was not impossible for Barisan Nasional to repeat its 2004's performance in winning 59 of the 60 State seats in Sabah in the coming election. In the 2004 election, BN lost Kuala Penyu when incumbent Datuk Wences Angang, then a Deputy Chief Minister to Independent Datuk John Ghani. John resigned from BN-Umno on the eve of the election to contest as an Independent.
At this point of time, it seems that BN still have the supports of the people. The opposition party, especially Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR), do have the supports bu will not be enough for them to win seats, let alone formed the next State Government.
By the way, PKR vice president Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan today (July 20) police report was centered in alleged illegal logging in First Class Forest Reserve by companies with connection with State Government leaders. Timbers were fell and loaded into ships berthed at a port belonging to Yayasan Sabah which had ceased in operation since 2003. Kota Kinabalu City's OCPD ACP Ku Chin Wah promised to carry out investigation so we will just wait and see.