LIMBANG: More programmes to promote Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) will be further enhanced.
Bukit Kota assemblyman Abdul Rahman Ismail said this was because communities in the rural area — especially the older generation — are still not aware of the coalition’s existence.
“Therefore, we among GPS leaders have to work hard to promote the coalition party to the grassroots level,” he said when officiating at the “Jelajah Ramah Tamah Aidilfitri GPS-PBB Bukit Kota Branch” programme, recently.
Abdul Rhaman also claimed that Barisan Nasional’s (BN) presence is still strong in the hearts of the local community as there are still many misconceptions that BN is still in Sarawak despite the state government leaving the coalition party last June.
“What’s worrying is that there might even be people who would use BN’s logo during the coming state election, thus becoming a problem to GPS,” he said.
He also called upon GPS leaders, particularly in the PBB, to continue giving cooperation in promoting the coalition party.
Also present were Limbang MP Hasbi Habibollah.