Shafie Apdal makes startling revelations during interview, says willing to become Prime Minister ‘if that is what people want’

Speaking on WARISAN’s ambitions, Shafie said the goal was to unite the people irrespective of race or religion, which is why he refused to join any raced based party after leaving UMNO and set up WARISAN for all races. Source (pic): TTF Files

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When asked if he wanted a shot at becoming Prime Minister, this is what Shafie said:

“It doesn’t mean that when we (WARISAN) spread our wings to the peninsula, we are crazy to become Prime Minister. It’s not about position. 

“Instead of joining Bersatu (PPBM), where I was offered the post of deputy president by Tun Mahathir and Muhyiddin, I said no, it’s time for us to move forward.”

When pressed further what he could bring to the table as Prime Minister, Shafie said:

“It doesn’t mean I’m crazy to become Prime Minister. But if that is the choice of Malaysians, why not?

“We have been independent for 60 plus years, there has been no Malaysian coming from Sarawak, coming from Sabah to run the country.”


“Last year, during the last meeting that I attended with PH, I did indicate to all the leaders, including Anwar, Guan Eng, Mat Sabu, Tun Mahathir, I told them that this is the last day PH plus WARISAN (exists).

“But as an opposition, when it comes to the interest of the people and the country, I’ll be there, on board with anyone, particularly the opposition, to ensure that we can voice and fight for them (the people).




“I think it is high time we looked beyond the current political environment in the country. We are not moving forward.”

Those were the words of WARISAN president Datuk Seri Shafie Apdal during an interview with BFM radio on the current state of affairs in the country and WARISAN’s plan to spread its wings to the peninsula.

According to Shafie, Malaysia’s economy is lagging behind compared to many parts of the world, particularly in the Southeast Asia region.

“Vietnam was way behind us, but now they are ahead of us. They are the choice now for investors to invest, because partly, they (investors) have confidence, not only in terms of the government’s visions, (but the) foundations (the government has laid out) where people are very productive, very focused.

“We must be mindful that we are having a serious problem in this part of the world.”

“I have been in BN, I have been with PH in the opposition too. But where is the country heading,” he asked.

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Speaking on WARISAN’s ambitions, Shafie said the goal was to unite the people irrespective of race or religion, which is why he refused to join any raced based party after leaving UMNO and set up WARISAN for all races.

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“We are talking about building a nation here, touching the hearts of all Malaysians irrespective of where they are and where they come from.

“The important part is how can we unite Malaysians irrespective of race and religion. That is why I set up a multiracial party.”

When asked if he wanted a shot at becoming Prime Minister, this is what Shafie said:

“It doesn’t mean that when we (WARISAN) spread our wings to the peninsula, we are crazy to become Prime Minister. It’s not about position.

“It is about serving the people, serving the country. Look at what is happening in the country, now almost 700,000 Malaysians are jobless.

“What is the solution for that? Have we been able to provide a description, mentioning how we can enhance digitalization knowing that people cannot travel?

When pressed further what he could bring to the table as Prime Minister, Shafie said:

“The important part is we can unite Malaysians at large, irrespective of race and religion.

“Instead of joining Bersatu (PPBM), where I was offered the post of deputy president by Tun Mahathir and Muhyiddin, I said no, it’s time for us to move forward.

“Let’s face it – in Sabah, we have a Chief Minister coming from the Chinese, coming from all races. The Malay doesn’t die.

Shafie ended the interview by saying this:

“Enough is enough. It is no longer the time for Anwar and Mahathir for this country. Go beyond that. It doesn’t mean I’m crazy to become Prime Minister.

“But if that is the choice of Malaysians, why not?

“We have been independent for 60 plus years, there has been no Malaysian coming from Sarawak, coming from Sabah to run the country.”

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