@KhalidSamad Did u actually read the article before u shared? If u did, u would know I said it was PH who promised to do away with political appointments, it was PH who then broke promise and made numerous political appointments and it is now PH who wants PN to keep broken promises of PH.
If you had no intention to betray PH, you would have discussed with PH leaders before you resigned. Did you discuss or notify them before you went to see YDP Agong to hand in your resignation letter as PM? You didn't. Why? Be honest about what actually happened then.
Netizens started accusing Dr Mahathir or his page admins of actively deleting Najib's statement from his post. It is believed that the admins were working until late at night to constantly remove unfavourable comments.
I pray that after this divisive period, the country will unite. I apologise for any shortcomings and mistakes, and I thank you, the people, for the opportunity to lead our great nation. It has been the honour of my lifetime to serve you and Malaysia.
After over four decades in politics and the recent election campaign, which was regrettably personal and perhaps the most intense in Malaysian history, I will take a short break to spend time with my family whom I have not seen enough of in recent years.
No words can express the sense of loss in seeing the bodies return, my prayers are with the victims and families of #MH17
Very sad to hear that AirAsia Indonesia QZ8501 is missing. My thoughts are with the families. Malaysia stands ready to help.