A federal minister from Sarawak says that a proposal by his party colleague for the cabinet to have a second deputy prime minister from Sabah or Sarawak needs further study, The Borneo Post reported.
Environment and Natural Resources Minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar was referring to a statement from Batu Kawa PBB branch chairman Ahmad Ibrahim, who told the Sarawak-based daily yesterday of the grassroots campaign being mooted by his branch.
... you see, water flows here and there and also up and down so it depends where the limits of Malaysian territorial waters is at a particular moment.
And the recent floods in Penang might have drifted the Island nearer to Indonesia.
For more, read Abracadabra of Wan Junaidi Jaafar.
the minister is brilliantly catching with my scatological product