Warisan and Sabah DAP leaders should keep their egos in check and stop accusing opposition leaders particularly Tan Sri Musa Aman of attempting to pinch their elected representatives.
As of late there have been stories and many postings in the mainstream and social media on alleged agents and brokers trying to lure Warisan, PKR, DAP and Upko elected representatives to switch sides to Perikatan Nasional (PN).
We keep hearing of far fetched stories of so called agents and brokers lurking in the dark, spying, harassing and offering unbelievable and mind boggling financial inducements to Warisan led YBs.
Some of the Warisan and DAP elected representatives have gone as far as calling for press conferences and making statements denying they have jumped ship.
Its either these Warisan and DAP leaders have over inflated egos or they are feeling insecure, unsure of the support and loyalty of their assemblymen.
Perhaps, Warisan leaders are also afraid of their own shadow, because memories of how they lured and hijacked Barisan Nasional (BN) elected representatives after GE14 came flooding back.
People who are paranoid and full of suspicion are generally that way because they are the ones who employ such tactics.
Contrary to Warisan’s accusations, we hear its Warisan President Shafie Apdal who tried to lure PN friendly elected representatives to switch allegiance to Pakatan Harapan with promised inducements to topple the PN Federal government.
We also hear that Warisan is closely guarding and threatening their elected representatives even hiding them for fear of them leaving.
We have even seen drones flying into some leaders’ homes to spy on who comes and goes.
If Warisan is so confident of their strength, support and the loyalty of their elected representatives, there is no need to issue statements, mount psywars and send drones to spy on the opposition’s movement.
I wish to also remind Warisan leaders especially its president Shafie Apdal, to keep the egos of his men in check and stop being so smug in their desperation to keep their ship afloat.
Datuk Dr Jeffrey Kitingan,
Keningau MP/Tambunan Assemblyman
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