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Brunei should appoint Najib as their Prime Minister

Najib had doing a great job to give away Sabah oil field to Brunei as claimed by Dr. Mahathir. Brunei Sultan should appoint Najib as Brunei Prime Minister.

Again, we can break another world records, a Malaysian is holding two prime minister posts in the same time.

Najib to be conferred Brunei title

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN: Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak arrived here last night for a two-day working visit in conjunction with the 64th birthday celebration of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah.

Najib, who was accompanied by his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, was welcomed by Brunei’s Development Minister Dato Seri Setia Awang Suyol Awang Osman on arrival in a special aircraft from Kuala Lumpur at the Brunei International Airport here.

Also in the delegation is Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein.

Najib will be conferred the Darjah Kerabat Laila Utama Yang Dihormati today, which carries the title Dato Laila Utama, by Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah, who is also Brunei’s head of state.

The award is only bestowed by the Brunei Sultan on royalty or heads of government based on close relations such as between Brunei and Malaysia.

The investiture ceremony will be held at Istana Nurul Iman here, where Najib will also attend a lunch banquet before leaving for Kota Kinabalu. — Bernama

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yantud says:

i say

to BN

nkkhoo says:

Brunei is resorted to being bully by a big brother, that is a typical tactic used by a small country to draw international sympathy.

Something fishy here,

1. Why both countries did not bring the oil field dispute to International Court?

2. Abdullah signed off the deal before he departed as PM and hiding the deal from public, and also no informing the Parliament about this traitorous sold-off deal.

Anything to do with his last revenge against Dr. Mahathir who played a major role in ousting him? How much Brunei paid him if any?

3. Why Brunei is that generous to invite Petronas for a joint venture IF Malaysia has no rights on the oil field and also deemed as a schoolyard bully by Brunei? Did Malaysia under Najib force Brunei to share their oil?

4. All related documents are not released for our rakyat purview. Does BN government hides something from us?

Songkok Brunei says:

You can’t give away what was never yours to begin with. Claiming those oilfields as Malaysia’s is typically the sort of response that can be expected from the schoolyard bully.
Its also quite interesting to note that it took Brunei to carry out those seismic studies to determine whether there was anything out there while its neighbour just sat by drilling safely near the shore. And when the findings were published, Malaysia gave the classic schoolyard bully response by claiming everthing is thiers. Come on Che Det you had your chance. Just because you miscalculated the support you would have from your party, does not give you the right to heckle from the sidelines.