Adenan known to be a good Chief Minister: See Chee How

KUCHING: They say breakfast is for champions and PKR Batu Lintang candidate See Chee How should know a thing or two about being a champion.

See, who is state PKR vice chairman, was at Friendship Park in Jalan Song yesterday to serve breakfast to members of the public as part of his personal approach in reaching out to the people.

At the same time, See also took the opportunity to pay tribute to all mothers by presenting carnations to them in commemoration of Mother’s Day that falls on May 8.

In his speech, he called on the people to vote good opposition candidates from PKR, DAP and Amanah to the State Legislative Assembly to ensure that Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Adenan Satem fulfil his promises in the next five years.

“We need a very strong opposition presence in the state assembly. If they (opposition candidates) are good, we need to make sure we send them to the state assembly so that they can help to supervise, monitor and have check and balance.”

See also reminded those present that it is their duty to ensure a better future for their children so that one day, they could tell their children that they had tried their best and put in their effort for a better Sarawak.

Meanwhile, when reaching out to the public through ‘Watch The Game with Chee How’ on Sunday in conjunction with a football match between Leicester City and Manchester United at Porkies at Jalan Song, here, See said engaging the public in such a way would enable a two-way conversation between the candidate and them.

“There is no way you engage with your candidate or some of the political leaders if it is a ‘ceramah’. It is very much a one-way thing where they talk and you listen. Through an opportunity like this, we can make it into a two-way communication.”

He said by going table to table to engage with the public, it would enable him to personally attend to questions and sharing by the people, apart from taking their advice or ideas on what can be done to make Sarawak better which he really values and cherishes.

“There are a lot of things that we can all do together to make our beloved state, Sarawak a better place and I believe this can come from the feedbacks and ideas that you can share with us.

“In urban areas like this, I believe there are a lot of people who know a lot of things better than me so you can give me some advice where you can tell us what we can do to make it better for ourselves, state and country.”

He said while the state can have Adenan who is known to be a good chief minister, the state could also have a lot of opposition leaders who are good as well.-Borneo Post

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