“Change is in your hands”: Muda chief Syed Saddiq reminds Malaysian youth voters they are GE15 kingmakers

Syed Saddiq speaking at the ‘Ceramah Kita Boleh’ session at a local food court in Kuching today (Nov 16, 2022).

By Ashley Sim

KUCHING, Nov 16: Malaysian United Democratic Alliance (Muda) president Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman urges Malaysian youths to be kingmakers, take ownership of Malaysia, and reform the nation by voting in the 15th General Election (GE15) on Nov 19.

Syed Saddiq stated this earlier today at the ‘Ceramah Kita Boleh’ session held at a local food court here.

“To the Malaysian youths, you can choose to stay away from politics, but politics will never, ever stay away from you. It will follow you wherever you go.

“You may say ini semua sama saja (this is all the same), but the fact of the matter is, when you do not vote, someone else will.

“And that someone else will decide your future, whether you get a good job, the state of our public education, the state of our public transportation, where corruption is rife, and racism is embedded in our country,” he asserted.

“So to the Malaysian youths, my message is this, instead of sitting by the sidelines, now with Undi18, with more than seven million new voters, you are the kingmakers, and you have the keys to Putrajaya.”

He also encouraged Malaysian youths to take ownership of the country, reform the country, and change Malaysia for the better.

Perubahan di tangan anda semua (Change is in your hands),” Syed Saddiq remarked.

Also present at the event was Sarawak Democratic Action Party (DAP) chairman and P196 Stampin candidate Chong Chieng Jen. — DayakDaily