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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Edwin Bosi quit rumours rock Sabah DAP again

KOTA KINABALU - For a second time this month, Sabah DAP is battling rumours that one of its state lawmakers will be leaving the party soon.

Sabah DAP chairman Stephen Wong said dismissed today claims that its Kepayan assemblyman Edwin Bosi will be exiting the party, which set the political grapevine a buzz following his notable absence at the state party’s policy forum here yesterday.

“Rumours are always flying around, but we have not received anything. He and some others are not here today, but some have got other pressing things to do,” Wong said.

Veterinarian Bosi, who is Sabah DAP’s native consultative council chairman, was said to have quit the party and one state leader had even claimed that its central leadership in Kuala Lumpur had received notice of his resignation.

Bosi, the sole native Kadazandusun leader among DAP’s three state elected representatives and two MPs, later denied the allegations.

Local Sabah newspaper The Daily Express today reported Bosi saying he was not included in the party’s upcoming event at the Oath Stone in Keningau, adding that a banner promoting the event that featured him was not authorised.

Wong claimed Bosi has denied the report and put it down to a “miscommunication”.

“But if it happens that we do lose our KDM Adun, there are still others who will come up,” he said, using the initials for the Kadazandusun Murut community and the Malay abbreviation for assemblyman.

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