Thursday, March 27, 2008

DATUK GHAPUR SALLEH QUITS CABINET POST JUST WITHIN DAYS OF APPOINTMENT



Its confirm that Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Datuk Ghapur Salleh from Sabah has tendered his resignation just eight days after accepting his appointment from Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Ghapur, the Kalabakan MP and Kalabakan Umno chief, informed that he had sent his resignation letter at about 7.30pm yesterday to the Prime Minister’s office.

There seems to be a political 'tsunami' being taking place and speculations are that many BN elected representatives will be crossing over to the Opposition since they find that PM Datuk Seri Abdullah administration is 'weak' and 'unsure' of its continuance and existence.

It is expected that Sabah and Sarawak MP are in a move to cross-over to TOPPLE the present Barisan Nasional government.

They all agree that BN had always been UNCARING, INEFFECTIVE, INEFFICIENT and CORRUPT and they all do not want to be associated with them. Since East Malaysians represent at least 40% of the strength of BN, but the composite of the federal government does not indicate such a scene, but is control by leaders from Peninsula Malaysia. It was further reported that PM Datuk Seri Abdullah was at all material times not making any decisions and it was done by Khairy Jamaluddin, his son-in-law, his family and his so-called '4th floor'.