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Thursday, June 4, 2015

'Tonight, Rosmah and I will dream the same dream'

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak is relieved, and he tells more than 10,000 people that he and his wife will sleep soundly tonight, on the same pillow, dreaming the same dream.

"Just now, Sarawak Chief Minister (Adenan Satem) said to me, 'You are not alone,' and I responded with, I'm glad that I'm not alone.'

"Tonight, my wife and I can sleep soundly, we sleep on the same pillow, have the same dream. we feel relieved as it is clear that Sarawak BN so sincerely supports me. I can read people's hearts," he was quoted as saying by Bernama.

According to Najib, he was the prime minister who most frequently visited Sarawak, and he never came empty-handed.

He noted in the five years of his administration he approved on the spot, development allocations totalling over RM1 billion for various projects in Sarawak.

BN wants big victory

Speaking at the leader-meet-people session, #sarawakfornajib, at Stadium Perpaduan in Kuching, Najib also praised Adenan’s leadership.

Under Adenan’s stewardship, the prime minister is confident BN would receive a resounding mandate in the Sarawak polls, which would serve as a curtain-raiser to victory in the next general election.

"He (Adenan) had asked for only one term (after the coming state election), five more years of administration, not 22 years," he said in an obvious swipe at former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
Najib said BN wanted a big, convincing win in the next general election, and after securing victory, they should be humble.

 "A bit 'eksyen' (conceited), never mind, but not too much and be humble, don't humiliate people, and people will appreciate you.

"We continue to move forward in our struggle, insyaAllah (God willing), BN will succeed in the next general election if we remain united," he added.

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