POLITICALLY FRANK: Say no to Pas in Terengganu, vote BN for economic, social progress - Ahmad Said
Terengganu Umno chief Datuk Seri Ahmad Said talks to Sinar Daily's Politically Frank on political party Pas, it's failure to develop Terengganu and to create jobs.
He lays his frustrations over the party that is causing the state to backpeddle in terms of housing, sports, youth development and investors.
During Sinar Daily's Politically Frank, he urged youths to vote for Barisan Nasional base on its track record to develop skilled human capital.
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