LATEST -13/04/2015 @1520hrs
Daily Express regrets their error of interpretation. We could once again enjoy the freedom of placing our trust in Allah without having to trust a tainted politician.
Hope this 'error of interpretation' is not used to harass and intimidate journalists and editors in Sabah. Not seditious bah!
Earlier postingUPDATED - So, the earlier picture of Ismail Sabri's 'godly' statement appears to be genuine, as it appeared in Sabah's Daily Express newspaper today.
The rest I leave it to you to conclude. God save this nation of our.
This 'godly' statement has been making its rounds via Whatsapp groups since early today. Did Ismail Sabri actually make such a 'godly' statement in Kota Kinabalu?
If you can screen capture this Front Page report in the Daily Express newspaper of Sabah, please email it to email@example.com .
The Daily Express newspaper's website is suspiciously blank today.
p/s As usual, in the next few hours you could expect reporters and newspapers be blamed for this Godly statement. Misquoted is the most common defence.