Musa Aman never showed evidence of majority support, squarely to blame for Sabah Covid-19 spike

The Yang Di-Pertua Negeri acted on Shafie’s advice in good faith, probably to save Sabah from a group of conniving politicians led by Musa who made lucrative offers to Sabah assemblymen so that they would ditch Sahfie and support him. Source (pic): TTF Files

موسى امان تيدق ڤرنه تونجوق بوقتي سوكوڠن ماجوريتي، ڤرلو دسالهكن سبب لونجكن كيس چوۏيد-19 سابه

Former Sabah chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman has rejected views that he triggered the country’s third wave of Covid-19 infections with his failed attempt to seize the Sabah state government.

However, what Musa failed to mention is that the press conference in which he claimed to have majority support made no mention whatsoever of the exact number of assemblymen who support him, let alone proof of that support.

The number of assemblymen who were present at his presser also did not reflect a clear majority, meaning, the notion that “Shafie pushed for the elections because he realised he had lost the confidence of the majority of his assemblymen” is not valid.

Musa also failed to take note of the fact that Shafie himself claimed to command the majority of the 65-seat state assembly, making Musa’s majority claim a case of “my word against yours.”

As such, there is absolutely no reason for anyone to believe that Musa did command majority support prior to the Sabah state election unless he furnishes proof of that support by publishing it via the mainstream media for all to see.


PETALING JAYA: Former Sabah chief minister Tan Sri Musa Aman has rejected views that he triggered the country’s third wave of Covid-19 infections with his failed attempt to seize the Sabah state government.

In an “open letter to the people of Malaysia”, Musa instead blamed the chief minister then, Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal, for calling a state election rather than “handing back” the government to him.




This was according to the Malay Mail Online, which quoted Musa as saying it is Shafie who is responsible for refusing to admit that he had lost majority support from state assemblymen.

“It is Shafie who in a widely circulated video said he would rather die than hand back power to me, which is ironic because he was the one who stole the government from us in the first place, right after GE14.

“Shafie pushed for the elections because he realised he had lost the confidence of the majority of his assemblymen. Instead of being a gentleman about it, he chose to be reckless by advising the TYT (Tuan Yang Terutama) to dissolve the assembly and go to the polls despite knowing the repercussions of doing so amid a pandemic,” he said.

Musa claimed Shafie could have resigned but instead called for the election, which Musa said was “wrong and selfish”.

However, what Musa failed to mention is that the press conference in which he claimed to have majority support made no mention whatsoever of the exact number of assemblymen who support him, let alone proof of that support.

The number of assemblymen who were present at his presser also did not reflect a clear majority, meaning, the notion that “Shafie pushed for the elections because he realised he had lost the confidence of the majority of his assemblymen” is not valid. 

Musa also failed to take note of the fact that Shafie himself claimed to command the majority of the 65-seat state assembly, making Musa’s majority claim a case of “my word against yours.”

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As such, there is absolutely no reason for anyone to believe that Musa did command majority support prior to the Sabah state election unless he furnishes proof of that support by publishing it via the mainstream media for all to see.

As far as the rakyat is concerned, the Yang Di-Pertua Negeri acted on Shafie’s advice in good faith, probably to save Sabah from a group of conniving politicians led by Musa who made lucrative offers to Sabah assemblymen so that they would ditch Sahfie and support him.

The coup attempt was supported by Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin and assisted by Datuk Seri Hamzah Zainuddin, and there are many Sabah assemblymen who can attest to this should the need arise.

Suffice to say, it is this coup attempt that led to the dissolution of the Sabah state assembly, paving the way for a state-wide election that saw many Barisan Nasional and Perikatan Nasional Members of Parliament criss-crossing borders while ignoring SOPs on the campaign trail.

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