Musa Aman’s Son Told to Resign from Parliament Seat

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Father and son missing in action, not sworn in as members of Sabah Legislative Assembly and Federal Parliament respectively.

Sabah’s Sindumin assemblyman Yusof Yacob has urged Sipitang MP Yamani Hafez Musa to vacate his seat if he is not interested to serve the people in the area.

“Yamani Hafez was chosen by the people to serve them, but until today he has not turned up. He has to step down to make way for a by-election to elect a new leader,” Yusof told Bernama after meeting his constituents at Kg Long Pasia today.

He said Yamani Hafez’s “absence” proved that he was contesting just to get the position and not to serve and help the constituents in Sipitang.

“We know that he is from a well-to-do family and had hardly stepped foot in the village. Maybe that’s why he does not feel the need to go down to the ground,” he said.

The former Sabah Umno Youth chief, who is also the son of former chief minister Musa Aman, did not turn up for the swearing-in ceremony at Parliament in July.

He has also been missing from Sabah and is believed to be with his father in London.

Both Musa and Yamani have not taken their respective oaths as members of the Sabah Legislative Assembly and the Federal Parliament respectively.


Musa also assured his supporters that he will return to Sabah soon to claim his rightful and lawful position as chief minister.