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Rahman Dahlan urges Shafie to give update on projects announced

6th July, 2020

KOTA KINABALU: Umno Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan (pic) on Sunday urged the Warisan-led state government led by Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal to give a status update on all the projects it has announced so far.

“What has happened to all the announcements made by Warisan since it formed the state government?” he asked in a statement Sunday.

Rahman listed some of projects that the Warisan-led government had announced previously.

He said on Sept 28, 2018, Shafie had announced a RM2 billion investment from China to create 3,000 jobs.

On March 27, 2019, he announced a RM13 billion investment from the Burel Industries Sdn Bhd for a petrochemical plant in the palm oil industrial cluster (POIC) Lahad Datu.

On April 24, 2019, Shafie signed a RM20 billion MoU with the governor of Jiangxi province (China) on property investment and glass manufacturing industry.

On April 17, 2019, a RM5.2 billion project for the construction of a 175km railway track from Kota Kinabalu to Kudat. On May 4, 2019, a RM3 billion investment between Sabah Foundation and a Chinese investor in glass manufacturing.

Rahman also raised doubts whether the RM7 billion beachfront project announced on July 3 would meet the same fate as the RM350 million Oceanus Waterfront project.

He also listed other issues seemingly unresolved by the Warisan-led state government as follows: l Construction of a deep-sea port facility in Kudat; l Construction of a furniture manufacturing cluster at POIC Sandakan; l Legal dispute with Prestasi Pelangi over additional terms of log concession; l Legal dispute over the termination of the water concession contract; and l Legal dispute over the termination of service contracts of CEOs in Sabah GLCs.

Rahman said the legal disputes above could have serious financial consequences to the state government if it were found liable.

He therefore hoped the state government would complete its projects announced previously before starting new ones as this could implicate Sabah Foundation in protracted legal disputes in future.

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