Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is back with his usual trolling of rival Pakatan Harapan (PH) today (17th January 2019) after arriving at Cameron Highlands to show support for BN candidate.
On his facebook page, he posted pictures with locals and supporters with the lines, “(I) already arrived(at) Cameron Highlands, I came here to buy strawberries only, don’t stress so much DAP.”
He had also commented on why DAP Lim Kit Siang was so obsessed over him.
“I really don’t understand his obsession over me, despite the fact that I am no longer the prime minister or even Umno president or BN chairman.
“Does Kit Siang no longer want to find out the truth about deaths of Altantuya, Teoh Beng Hock, Kevin Morais and Hussain Najadi, which he constantly linked to me?” he said in a separate Facebook post.
He was also reported by the Malay Mail to have tried to look for the non-existent “counter” for petrol reimbursement by his rival, PH, who were reported to have given RM20 to volunteers for helping out in the mountainous Pahang constituency.
Najib was reported to have told reporters that he came to Cameron Highlands to support BN candidate Ramli Mohd Noor. He praised the Orang Asli pensioner to be the best candidate for the seat.
“He is a local and he has a lot of relatives here. He is also a leader who represent the OA community, who soon will create a history by becoming the proud of the OA community in Cameron Highlands and the country as whole, when he wins the seat,” Najib said.
The former prime minister also was reported to made suggestive comments towards his rivals having a lot of money now.
Previously, Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa had pointed out that BN by-election campaign was not as well funded when it was in power. Making a comparison to Pakatan Harapan who he alleged have been spending lavishly.
“Our campaign is underfunded, we are poor people.
“I counted the number of billboards and posters during my journey here from Lipis. Barisan does not have many posters but Pakatan has so many billboards,” Annuar was reported by The Star on Tuesday (15th January 2019).
by Bob Tan
17th January 2019 16:45