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“Country’s economy is bad because there are ministers like you,” Akmal fires back at Nga

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Publish date: Fri, 12 Apr 2024, 06:20 PM

UMNO Youth chief Dr Muhamad Akmal Saleh has slammed Housing and Local Government Minister Nga Kor Ming for saying that the boycott campaigns he championed are hurting the country’s economy.

In a statement on Facebook, the Merlimau assemblyman said rather, it was “stupid” ministers such as Nga that the economy was performing poorly.

“During (Datuk Seri) Najib Razak’s time we did boycott campaigns but the economy still improved,” he stated.

“To the unwise minister Nga Kor Ming, the country’s economy has become worse thanks to ministers like you. Stupid!”

Akmal was responding to Nga’s post on X yesterday, where the Teluk Intan MP had said that local workers have suffered due to boycotts called for by “irresponsible parties”.

“Never fall into the trap of instigators, our country needs the efforts of all parties to develop the national economy,” he said.

Nga also attached a screenshot of a Chinese media report highlighting the hardship of local workers allegedly affected by business boycotts to his post.

Recall that Akmal had called for a boycott against KK Mart over the “Allah” socks controversy and more recently, against cosmetics entrepreneur Datuk Seri Aliff Syukri’s products after the latter’s “disrespectful” Hari Raya video.

Despite the convenience store chain’s apology and the subsequent halt of sales of the socks, Akmal had insisted that the KK Mart boycott must continue.

On April 5, Akmal, via a Facebook post, said he had been detained at the Kota Kinabalu police headquarters despite being scheduled to give a statement at the Dang Wangi police station the next day.

On April 6, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Razarudin Husain confirmed that Akmal is being investigated for sedition after two police reports were lodged against him.

Upon his return from Kota Kinabalu on the same day, Akmal said he will continue boycotting KK Mart, adding that he would give full cooperation to the police and would give further statements if needed. - April 12, 2024

 

https://focusmalaysia.my/countrys-economy-is-bad-because-there-are-ministers-like-you-akmal-fires-back-at-nga/

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speakup

I boycott only one thing = akmal

1 month ago

gohkimhock

Malaysia is moving towards a pariah state because we have people like Akmal Salleh.

1 month ago

EngineeringProfit

A cohesive, moderate, and thriving vs divided, extremist, pariah nation.

These tribalistic animals can be found everywhere globally, but they thrive and prosper in places like this, where they can amass significant support and ascend to unimaginably high positions of influence and power.

1 month ago

chinaman

this time must support Dr. Our Permaidani ministers kanasai worse than Taliban and Najis team

1 month ago

EngineeringProfit

It's all part of the diversion strategy. When musangs are assigned to jaga reban, this is the end results: The staggering losses incurred by Felda in 2022, amounting to RM1 billion, nearly double the losses from the previous year, highlight the consequences of entrusting unworthy individuals with leadership roles. The auditor-general's report sheds light on the mismanagement and poor decision-making that have plagued Felda, ultimately leading to dire financial outcomes.

1 month ago

EngineeringProfit

How pmx fails the nation and every msian? A leader's first duty and primary skill should indeed revolve around their ability to effectively resolve conflicts and intervene swiftly in crises. Here's why:

1. **Maintaining Stability:** A leader's foremost responsibility is to ensure stability within their domain, whether it's a community, organization, or nation. Conflict resolution and crisis intervention directly contribute to this stability by addressing issues before they escalate.

2. **Protecting People:** Leaders are entrusted with the safety and well-being of their constituents. Promptly resolving conflicts and intervening in crises protects people from harm, whether physical, emotional, or social.

3. **Preserving Trust and Confidence:** Effective conflict resolution and crisis intervention build trust and confidence in a leader's ability to handle challenging situations. This trust is crucial for maintaining support and cooperation during both calm and turbulent times.

4. **Preventing Escalation:** Unresolved conflicts and unaddressed crises can quickly escalate, leading to more significant problems and potentially catastrophic outcomes. Leaders who excel in conflict resolution and crisis management can nip these issues in the bud.

5. **Fostering Collaboration:** By skillfully resolving conflicts, leaders can foster collaboration and unity among diverse groups. This collaboration is essential for progress, innovation, and sustainable development.

6. **Enhancing Reputation:** Leaders known for their adeptness in handling conflicts and crises gain a positive reputation not only locally but also internationally. This reputation can attract investment, partnerships, and goodwill, benefiting the entire community or nation.

7. **Promoting Growth:** When conflicts are resolved efficiently and crises are managed effectively, it creates an environment conducive to growth and prosperity. People feel secure and motivated to contribute their best efforts towards common goals.

In essence, a leader's ability to resolve conflicts and intervene in crises promptly and skillfully is foundational to their overall effectiveness and the well-being of those they lead.

1 month ago

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