Rafidah: Pakatan only wants to win, not bring Umno down

Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz speaking in a ceramah at the Esplanade in George Town on May 8, 2018. ― Picture by KE Ooi
Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz speaking in a ceramah at the Esplanade in George Town on May 8, 2018. ― Picture by KE Ooi

GEORGE TOWN, May 8 — Pakatan Harapan (PH) is not aiming to bring Datuk Seri Najib Razak down but only wishes to win this election, Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz said tonight.

The former minister said there was no need to continue talking about such a move.

“We only want to win so we should talk about winning and once we win, he will automatically go down,” she said in a ceramah at the Esplanade here.

She also explained the reason why she had decided to join PH and its fight to win this election.

“It is when they don’t allow PH to use its own logo for election that I decided it is time that I come and speak out,” she said.

She said the time had come for all voters to exercise their power to “change the management” of the country.

“We need to change the manager. There are so many problems now, so it is in your power to make sure the change happens.

“We can’t extend the contract of this company anymore, so it is time that all voters exercise their right to change to a better manager,” she said.

Rafidah was addressing crowds at one of PH’s final mega ceramahs at the Esplanade tonight.

Similar to last night, thousands turned up armed with flags to fill the field and listed to speeches by PH leaders.

There are three other mega ceramahs tonight, in Butterworth, Seberang Jaya and Bayan Baru.

The leaders stopped speaking at 10pm while a “live” broadcast of PH chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamed delivering his speech was projected on large screens.

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