Tuesday, January 8, 2013

I Hope All's Well With Najib

Najib has been quiet lately and not been seen in public as he used to be.

 And now there is this rumour that he might be suffering from a minor stroke

I hope not. I sincerely hope all's well with him.

We rather have Najib continue to be the Pm for now until the people vote him out in the coming general election (13GE)

At least Malaysians know who Najib is, after being the Pm for 4 years already.

We rather have him as the Pm for now than the man some say moos more than he talks and is not exactly his own man either.

It is at most only six months from now that the 13GE has, by law, to take place.

Having another interim Pm just six months from the 13GE would be disruptive.

But Malaysians are wondering whether indeed the Pm has suffered a minor stroke as the rumour has it, or whether it is all an orchestrated move to oust Najib gracefully from office in another internal coup like the previous one involving Najib's predecessor Abdullah Badawi.

If the latter is the case, it shouldn't be so surprising either.

All those revelations against Najib and family lately might not just be coincidental.

Knives, it seemed, had long been out to excise Najib from Umno and set the stage for one ambitious guy to perpetuate his power.

Malaysians need to vote wisely.

Or be locked in a vise.

Pkr's Rafizi wants Najib to clarify the rumour about the latter suffering a minor stroke

UPDATE: 9 Jan 2013 According to a report in Malaysiakini, Najib has denied the rumour and says that he is well

2 comments:

  1. I saw that too, but then saw that it was also denied. Best wishes to all for good health.

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    1. I have put in an update. According to a Malaysiakini report, Najib has denied the rumour. Well, we rather have Najib lead the 13GE, truth be told.

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