"Your future is in good hands. No need to look left, no need to look right, no need to swallow the promises what more the hatred spread around by other parties."
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak assured Malaysians that they can be optimistic about the future of the country, as it is in the hands of a government that is perfectly capable of performing well and delivering the goods, as reported by Bernama yesterday, 15 November.
When speaking at the opening of Expo Negaraku last night, the prime minister stressed that his promises of a bright future for Malaysians were not empty talk, but merely based on reality, especially since the government has proved itself by developing various facilities and infrastructure in Malaysia.
Najib also took the opportunity to mention that Malaysia is a highly respected country, with top world leaders like American President Donald J. Trump and China's President Xi Jinping holding it in high regard
He said that the respect from these world leaders is proof that Malaysia is a country that should not be looked down upon and is on the right track to becoming a progressive nation with a bright future that will be a blessing for many people.
"Hold fast to the existing government, we will take you to a better future, Malaysia's name will shine on the international stage.
"World leaders respect us. China's president, US president respect us, the leaders of the other countries the same," said Najib, adding that it is only a few leaders in Malaysia that put him down.
Commenting on the expo, Najib said that it is a great way for the people to see what the government has in store for the country and its people, in terms of infrastructure
"That is why I told Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Datuk Seri Abdul Rahman Dahlan that I wanted this expo to be way different from the ones we held before. I wanted an expo using state-of-the-art technology, sophisticated," explained Najib.
Expo Negaraku is an exhibition for locals and tourists to learn more about the current state of infrastructure in Malaysia and get a glimpse of what the government has planned for the future.
The exhibition is open to members of the public until 15 December. It is free of charge and will be open from 10am until 10pm daily.
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