SDGA congratulates GPS on election victory, calls on Sarawakians to work together to better State

SDGA exco members pose for a group photo after the association's Annual General Meeting and Installation of New Executive Committee Members 2021-2023 held recently at SDGA headquarters INVENT Space.

KUCHING, Dec 20: Sarawak Dayak Graduates Association (SDGA) hopes Sarawak will continue to grow to become a modern State.

Its president Gary Ningkan said Gabungan Parti Sarawak (GPS) chairman and Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Abang Johari Tun Openg’s digital economy agenda for Sarawak is visionary and commendable.

According to Gary, Sarawakians have seen great strides and transformation in how the State has grown and how receptive the community is in embracing digitalisation and new industries, in line with global trends and needs.

“We would like to congratulate GPS for its victory in the recent Sarawak State Election, thus forming the new State Government.

“We hope with stable and effective governance, our Nation State will continue to grow to become a modern State,” he said.

Gary also conveyed SDGA’s gratitude to the State government for its strong support for the association’s initiatives and programmes and hopes to continue to work closely together with the State government to contribute effectively to society and Sarawak.

“Now that the election has ended, we call upon all Sarawakians to put aside political differences and work together for the betterment of Sarawak. Support good policies and provide constructive feedbacks to improve lesser ones,” he added.

On another matter, Gary said for the term 2021-2023, SDGA will focus on expending the association’s membership numbers and reach in order to reach out to a wider pool of young talents to continue to assist in nation-building.

“The association will continue to promote the importance of education, especially modern education, and will continue to be the leading voice for young Dayaks on matters pertaining to employment and financial wellbeing,” he said. — DayakDaily