Tuesday, 16 December 2008

SAPP roadmap campaign

Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP) led by former Chief Minister Datuk Yong Teck Lee has been acknowledged as a non-racial political party as evidenced by the growing number of non-Muslim bumiputras joining its political struggle to fight for the rights of the Sabah people.
During its roadmap campaign, Sapp organised a simple welcoming ceremony for new members at its Tenom stop today.
The campaign which started a few months ago in Sandakan visited the east coast and northern region of Sabah to brief the grassroot members and supporters on the current political issues.
The campaign held at a hotel in Tenom saw a turnout of 350 members and supporters. Speakers include Yong, Deputy president Datuk Liew Teck Chan, vice president Datuk Frankie Chong, Youth Chief Edward Dagul, organising secretary Kassim Sulaiman and former deputy president Datuk Philip Yong.
Yong thanked the members for remaining steadfast with the party, their strong support and belief in its struggle.

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