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Reduce travelling or risk losing your job – Perkasa tells PM

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 The warnings are getting louder as Perkasa tells PM he risks losing his job for travelling too much

After the recent police report lodged by one Umno leader against 1MDB (1Malaysia Development Berhad), it seems that the warning signs are getting louder for Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The report lodged suggested that there were some undercurrents out to weakend Najib’s leadership in Umno and the latest criticism from Malay rights group, Perkasa surely will not be doing him any favour.

The controversial president of Perkasa Datuk Ibrahim Ali, has told Najib that he should reduce his overseas trips.

Instead, Najib should focus on the issues concerning the nation instead of travelling too much regardless of whether it is official or personal.

Ibrahim warned that if Najib wants to keep his top post in the government, he should stay in Malaysia more often.

Ibrahim said that it is ‘okay’ for Najib to travel because he still has some ‘kasih’ for him (Najib).

But Ibrahim advised the prime minister that he should reduce the trips and focus on the nation’s matters before he loses his post and the government.

The statement drew flak from leaders in the government including Datuk Seri Mohd Nazri Aziz, the Tourism Minister who slammed Perkasa for trying to tell Najib how to do his job.

Nazri said that Perkasa should look at them before offering advice to the Prime Minister.

Funny though that Ibrahim would talk as if it is up to him to ‘allow’ Najib to travel because he still has ‘kasih’ for him.

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