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Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Haji Aman who is the State BN chairman and Sabah Umno chief continues his campaign trail in supports of the BN candidates. Today he campaigned in Telupid to supports BN candidates there namely Datuk Ronald Kiandee who stand for Beluran parliamentary constituency while State seats are represented by incumbent Datuk Michael Asang for Labuk and new comer, Datuk James Ratib for Sugut.
At the gathering, Musa also announced that Telupid become a full district. He said the upgrading status of Telupid to full district had been decided long time ago and only now he announced it.
Musa also presented a few hundreds land titles to several representatives of the land's applicants.
Ronald, Michael and James were among the 3,000 people attended the gathering. Later Musa fly over to Lahad Datu and Tawau to continue his campaign for BN candidates.
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