A Christian group wants the reputation of Sabah, a Malaysian state occupying the northern part of the island of Borneo, as a casino state to end, and says that the state government should come out with a plan to reduce the number of clubs allowed to operate slot machines.
“The people have voiced their displeasure over the gambling problem. We do not want Sabah to be branded as a ‘casino state’ or a gambling destination for tourists…”
– Kota Kinabalu Bahasa Malaysia Pastors’ Fellowship head Cornelius Henry.
Christian group wants licensed gambling eradicated in Sabah:
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