Understanding the history of Sabah’s independence from the British on 31 August 1963 and subsequently joining the Federation of Malayan States to form Malaysia on the 16 September 1963 makes this interview a must listen for history buffs. Believe it or not Sabah was an independent state/nation for 16 days.replicae emporio-armani watches A vast majority of Sabahan’s are firm that Sabah is only 49 years old and not 55.Find out what actually happened from 1957 to 1963 and the leaders involved in the formulation of the much debated ‘Malaysia Agreement’ Do find out what advise a former Finance Minister of Sabah has to offer for aspiring political leaders in Sabah and as well as those in the Peninsular. Ronnie Klassen the Deputy Chairman of DESAH was also present during the interview.
Datuk Haji Mohd. Noor the former Finance Minister of Sabah from 1976 to 1984 was born in Kota Belud, Sabah in 1943. replica audemars piguet watches He pursued a Law Degree at the then prestigious University Of Malaya, Singapore. He had a keen interest and talent for football. Mohd. Noor represented the State as well as while studying in Singapore represented the republic in the once famous regional tournament called ‘Merdeka Cup’ In his early days he served as an Assistant Distict Officer and later as Director of Establishments. He served as Secretary-General for Party Berjaya Sabah and later went on to serve as Party President.