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Sabah Chief Minister encourage Sabahan student in abroad return to Sabah to help bring more progress

 Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman has called on Sabahan students abroad to return and work in their homestate as the state government strives to fulfil its human capital needs.
Speaking to Sabahan students here, he said the rapid development taking place in the state would mean human capital development is of utmost importance.

Currently, he said the state government is focusing on three sectors namely tourism, agriculture and and manufacturing.
"However, during a National Transformation 2050 (TN50) discussion I emphasised on human capital development. We need educated and skilled people.

"This means, you (students) are our asset to allow our state move forward and enhance our industries.
"Our aspiration is to see our young run the industries," he told about 1,300 Sabahan students from 30 higher learning institutions at Putra World Trade Centre today.

Musa also reminded the students to not fall prey to negative influences that are rampant on social media.

"Focus on your studies instead, so you can make your family, state and nation proud," he urged.

Also present were Minister in Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan, Sabah Tourism, Culture, Environment Minister Datuk Seri Masidi Manjun and Yayasan Sabah director Datuk Sapawi Ahmad.

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