SIMANGGANG: Youths who strive to create a legacy and support the struggles of Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) should be given recognition, says Datuk Francis Harden Hollis.
“SUPP is a party that strives for development, the wellbeing of the people and prioritises education.
“I am proud that the young people here have the passion and interest in serving the community through the party.
“However, I would like to remind you to prioritise the party’s objectives because that way, we are committed without expecting rewards from the services provided,” said the Assistant Education, Innovation and Talent Development Minister.
The Simanggang assemblyman, who is also Simanggang SUPP chairman, said this at a meeting with Chinese youths here on Monday night (Feb 21).
Penghulu Kang Tai Kong concurred, stating that joining the party was not to get privileges such as rewards or positions.
Harden also handed over SUPP membership cards to new members.