KUCHING: Bandar Kuching MP Dr Kelvin Yii said he was shocked when he heard about Padungan assemblyman Wong King Wei’s resignation from the Democratic Action Party (DAP).
“Honestly, I was shocked and it pains me to receive the news of a person I call a brother, deciding to take a back seat from politics,” he said in his Facebook post on Monday (July 27).
He said Wong was there ever since he joined politics, and since then they had exchanged ideas, discussed politics, worked hand in hand to serve and even shared their dreams of the future for the betterment of the people.
“Politics is a journey of ups and downs, highs and lows, disappointments and joy, but more importantly, through it all, it also serves as a learning curve, experience and opportunity for growth for the betterment of the people.
“There is no perfect being, perfect platform or ideal circumstance, but even in any disagreements, it is also an opportunity for us all and myself to reflect and continue to learn, to grow and give my best as I carry out the responsibility that has been given and entrusted to me,” he said.
Dr Yii said as for him and his team, he would try to do their best and serve the best they can in their given situation.
“With that I wish you all the best, Wong King Wei. May God continue to bless you in your next endeavour.
“For the time being, looking forward to continue working together for the benefit of our constituents in Padungan and Bandar Kuching,” he said.