Nanta urges Malaysians to embrace diversity to forge ahead

4/9/2022 1:11:00 PM

Nanta urges Malaysians to embrace diversity to forge ahead

Nanta urges Malaysians to embrace diversity to forge ahead

KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Temenggong Jugah Barieng, who was one of the prime movers of the formation of Malaysia, once said that 'the differences among the society should become our strength'.

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- Photo: Bernama KUALA LUMPUR: Tun Temenggong Jugah Barieng, who was one of the prime movers of the formation of Malaysia, once said that"the differences among the society should become our strength".His legacy lives on in his grandson, Datuk Seri Alexander Nanta Linggi, who has been appointed as Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister in the federal Cabinet.52 for Friday and RM1,451.Tun Jugah was an important figure in the establishment of Malaysia in 1963 and the first Sarawak leader to be appointed as a minister in the federal government in charge of Sarawak affairs.- Bernama Article type: free.Nanta said his grandfather was an ordinary man who did not have the opportunity to obtain a formal education but his passion and love towards the Sarawak community, especially the Dayaks, during the British era fuelled his dreams and propelled him to fight for what was best for the people.The price hike has made it difficult for many travellers who wish to seek urgent medical treatment at their regular hospital in Kuala Lumpur or in other parts of the peninsula.He said those dreams had eventually led Tun Jugah to represent the Dayaks (at the time) to convince the British government to form Malaysia, despite facing an enormous challenge in getting the Dayak people to support the formation.The unnamed aide Najib has been in prison since 23 August when a five-judge panel at the Federal Court upheld his conviction, RM210 million fine and 12-year prison sentence for embezzling RM42 million belonging to SRC International Sdn Bhd.

"He did it because he wanted Sarawakians, especially the Dayaks, to progress in terms of their education and development.“Yesterday (Thursday), I saw on the airlines’ online booking website that the fare was high at RM2,008 before it went down to RM1,593 today, but it is still expensive for a civil servant,” she said Friday.So, he fought with all his heart to ensure that the formation was well-supported and accepted by all Sarawakians.".“This is quite a known circumstance...ADVERTISEMENT “This issue has been around for at least the past 10 years without any concrete solution, so the issue crops up now and then.Share your thoughts with us via TRP’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

of course, along the way too, he had always said that he wanted a united Malaysia, a country that we can be proud of although we have differences in many areas, as a result of the formation,” he said when appearing as a special guest to share stories about the country’s founding fathers in conjunction with the Merdeka Special programme at Tugu Negara here Sunday (Sept 4).Nanta said among all of Tun Jugah’s grandchildren, he was the only one involved in politics, adding that he will try his best to continue his grandfather’s legacy as he believes there is always room for improvement in building a better Malaysia.“Earlier this year, the same issue of air fares from Kuala Lumpur to Sabah and Sarawak was hotly debated and after the Government’s intervention, there was a sharp price drop and we hope the Government can do the same in the interest of travellers from Labuan,” he added."From the beginning of the formation of Malaysia, my grandfather's famous quote was ‘Anang Sarawak tok baka tebu, manis di pun tang tabar ba ujung’ which means do not simply let Sarawak or Malaysia become like sugarcane, sweet in the beginning but less tasty as it grows."I do not want Malaysia to become like that.* Do you have access to the Daily Express e-paper and online exclusive news? Check out subscription plans available.To prevent this from happening, all quarters, especially the younger generation, should be taught about the foundation and spirit of the formation of Malaysia because we are a multi-racial, multi-ethnic and multi-religious country.

"These attributes should not be the cause of dreadful things happening to the country," he added.- Bernama Article type: free.

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