BN candidate in final push to meet with voters in Kemaman by-election

CHUKAI: Barisan Nasional candidate for the Kemaman by-election is making his final push to meet and win over voters, especially the youth in the last three days of campaigning.

General (Rtd) Tan Sri Raja Mohamed Affandi Raja Mohamed Noor said he would not slow down his campaign and will move more aggressively with the coalition's machinery to ensure victory.

The former armed forces chief, who has visited more than 90 areas in the Kemaman Parliamentary constituency and admitted that the response to the BN machinery has been good.

"My focus is certainly on the voters, especially the younger generation. I urge them to think, analyze, observe, evaluate and make a wise decision on who will be the deserving candidate to represent them.

"Looking at the voter support, the response given during the campaign period has also been positive, and I hope it can be translated into results on Saturday."

Affandi said he remains optimistic about winning the seat, despite some considering it a 'mission impossible' due to the high majority won by Pas in the previous general election.

"Nothing in life is easy, and I am here (contesting) to ensure that we take this constituency.

"The Kemaman parliamentary seat should rightfully belong to us (BN) on Dec 2, and we are working towards that goal," he said.

Affandi is in a straight fight with Terengganu Menteri Besar and Pas candidate Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Samsuri Mokhtar.

There are 141,790 registered voters in the constituency, including 387 police personnel and nine military personnel.

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