KOTA KINABALU – The recent appointment of Datuk Dr Yee Moh Chai as deputy chief minister by Chief Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Musa Aman has received a chorus of support from Chinese associations and educational bodies.
While congratulating Yee on his appointment, they expect the Minister of Resource Development and Information Technology to continue the legacy of contributing to Chinese societies and education.
Datuk Seri Panglima Sari Tan, president of the Federation of Chinese Associations Sabah, yesterday expressed his gratitude to Yee as a DCM, hoping that Yee can continue to champion the welfare of the Chinese community to greater heights.
Tan said: "I hope Yee can continue to lead the Chinese for a better standing in the state and to further the development and welfare for the Chinese."
He further said Yee should concentrate on regaining the Kota Kinabalu seat for the Barisan Nasional politically and assist the Chinese community to build more primary schools.
However, Tan is confident that with Yee’s humble and down to earth style, the Chinese community and education in the state will benefit from his assistance.
John Lim Yu Sin, president of the Federation of Hainan Associations Sabah and Labuan Federal Territory said Yee deserved the appointment and is a blessing for the Chinese community in the state.
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