HITCH COST ME 3,000 VOTES: RAFIZI
PETALING JAYA: PKR vice-president Mohd Rafizi Ramli said problems in the ongoing PKR party elections in Sabah had recently cost him 3,000 votes. Mohd Rafizi is challenging Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali for the position of party deputy president. In a Facebook post yesterday, Rafizi said two divisions – Pensiangan and Keningau – could have given him a winning edge “...if the voting process was done successfully and not sabotaged by various issues (disarrayed polling hall, no Internet connection, insufficient QR machine code and tablets)”. “I urge for #Reformasi20Tahun supporters not to worry even if the situation seems that we have lost in Sabah,” the former Pandan MP said.