Rosmah urges voters not to be emotional

07 May 2018 / 16:14 H.

PEKAN: Prime minister's wife, Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor has urged voters not to act based on their emotions and think carefully in voting a government in the 14th General Election on Wednesday.
She said any matter, whether good or bad, could be improved to jointly transform the country as a future developed nation.
"If you vote wrongly according to your emotion...on the social media we accepted everything without question, we will not know what will happen in 10 years to come.
"If we are happy, we want our children to be happier than us, our grandchildren even happier, so to ensure our future, we vote the Barisan Nasional," she said before 1,500 women from the various Felda land schemes, Felda Chini cluster here today.
Rosmah also hoped each of them would not be swayed by the opposition propaganda to continuously attack her and her husband, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak through fake news.
"They just want to bring down Najib, sometimes they cannot get him, I also get it," she said.
Rosmah also described the prime minister as a very patient leader and always prioritised the future of the people.
"No matter how tired, he (Najib) will be thinking about plans for the people,,,he is a lot more stressed (than me) but he smiles, he never talks anything bad about others.
"People say all kinds of things to him but he is like that...always smiling," she added. — Bernama

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