Saturday, April 27, 2013

Confirmed Datuk Shaharudin Ibrahim was murdered because he broke up a few drug smuggling rings

Shaharuddin’s cold-blooded murder linked to the underworld


PUTRAJAYA: Drug syndicates and criminal gangs are the main suspects in the cold-blooded murder of Customs deputy director-general Datuk Shaharuddin Ibrahim (pic) a Mr Clean and no-nonsense law enforcement officer.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak revealed that Shaharuddin, 58, was going after certain parties who were uneasy with the strict enforcement by the department while City CID chief Senior Asst CommDatuk Ku Chin Wah said police did not rule out a crime syndicate's involvement theory, adding that it was premature to speculate.
Shaharuddin, who was in charge of the Customs and Internal Tax Unit division and a year away from retirement, left his house in Dengkil at around 7.55am yesterday in a Nissan SUV.
As he was turning at a traffic light at the Lebuh Wawasan-Lebuh Sentosa flyover some 20 minutes later, two men on a motorcycle approached the car from the left and the pillion rider fired three shots with what is believed to be an automatic weapon.
Shaharuddin, who was from Negri Sembilan, had been with the Customs Department for more than 30 years. He gained a reputation as a drug buster and was known for his no-nonsense approach to enforcement. His work earned him the moniker “Mr Clean”.
The incident occurred barely a kilometre from the Putrajaya police headquarters.
“One of the shots hit Shaharuddin's neck. The victim's driver rushed him to the nearby Putrajaya Hospital but he was pronounced dead at about 9.20am,” said SAC Ku.
He said the victim had been sent to Kuala Lumpur Hospital for a post-mortem, adding that evidence, including CCTV footages from nearby buildings, would be gathered.
<b>Leaving no stone unturned:</b> Police forensic unit personnel combing the crime scene for evidence at the Lebuh Wawasan-Lebuh Sentosa flyover.Leaving no stone unturned: Police forensic unit personnel combing the crime scene for evidence at the Lebuh Wawasan-Lebuh Sentosa flyover.
“We must protect our public servants, especially those brave enough to carry out their responsibilities despite the risk. I condemn this incident,” Najib said at a ceremony in Ipoh to present bravery awards to security personnel who had served in Lahad Datu and Semporna.
Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar said police had set up a task force headed by Federal CID director Comm Datuk Seri Mohd Bakri Zinin to investigate Shaharuddin's murder.
He urged any witness to come forward to help in investigations.
“It is a norm for Customs officers to get threats but I never thought that my friend would be a victim,” said Peninsular Malaysia Customs Officers Union treasurer Ja'afar Mansor, who had known Shaharuddin since 1982.
“He was a very nice and down-to-earth guy. All the personnel under him loved and respected him,” he said.
Shaharuddin is survived by his wife Datin Rahimah Ibrahim, 58, and two children Suhana, 34, and Mohd Akhtar, 30. He was laid to rest at the Muslim cemetery in Presinct 20.
Suhana's husband Zulkidhi Ismail, 36, said his father-in-law was a strict but loving man who would be greatly missed by the family.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Timbalan Ketua Pengarah Kastam dibunuh kerana enggan mengambil rasuah dari gangster-gangster penyeludup DAP?

DAP selangor banyak terlibat dan beruntung daripada penyeludupan di pesisiran Selat Melaka dan penyeludapan manusia seperti 'Master Franchise' rumah-rumah orang urut DAP Ronnie Liu
Allahyarham Datuk Shaharudin Ibrahim yang di bunuh keran menjalankan tugas.  AlFatihah.
Datuk Shaharudin Ibrahim ditembak dalan perjalanan ke pejabat di Putrajaya berdepan IPD Polis
Cermin kereta Datuk Shaharudin Ibrahim uyang ditembak oleh pembunuh upahan penyeludup-penyeludup

Pembunuhan Shaharuddin Mungkin Ada Kaitan Dengan Tugas Kastam

- Apr 26, 2013 18:51:07.
SEBAK… Ahli keluarga Timbalan Ketua Pengarah Kastam, (Perkastaman/Cukai Dalam Negeri) Datuk Shaharuddin Ibrahim ketika menunggu di luar bilik mayat di Hospital Kuala Lumpur pada Jumaat.Allahyarham Shaharuddin, 58, yang tinggal di Dengkil, Selangor, mati ditembak ketika dalam perjalanan ke pejabatnya di Putrajaya.-
SEBAK… Ahli keluarga Timbalan Ketua Pengarah Kastam, (Perkastaman/Cukai Dalam Negeri) Datuk Shaharuddin Ibrahim ketika menunggu di luar bilik mayat di Hospital Kuala Lumpur pada Jumaat.Allahyarham Shaharuddin, 58, yang tinggal di Dengkil, Selangor, mati ditembak ketika dalam perjalanan ke pejabatnya di Putrajaya.-
Pembunuhan Timbalan Ketua Pengarah Kastam (Perkastaman/Cukai Dalam Negeri) Datuk Shaharuddin Ibrahim, di Putrajaya pada Jumaat, mungkin mempunyai kaitan dengan tugas beliau sebagai pegawai kanan kastam.
Anak saudara Allahyarham, Roslan Ibrahim, 51, percaya Shaharuddin mungkin mempunyai banyak musuh disebabkan tugasannya dalam jabatan kastam.
“Saya dan Shaharuddin kerap bertemu dan minum bersama dan saya percaya kejadian itu mempunyai kaitan dengan kerjanya,” katanya kepada pemberita ketika menemani isteri dan keluarga Allahyarham Shaharuddin di Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL), di sini.
Kesemua anggota keluarga Shaharuddin hadir di hospital itu untuk menunggu proses bedah siasat. Allahyarham meninggal dunia di Hospital Putrajaya pada pukul 9.20 pagi.
Timbalan ketua pengarah kastam itu ditembak dua lelaki bermotosikal semasa dalam perjalanan ke pejabatnya, ketika kereta yang dinaikinya berhenti di persimpangan lampu isyarat dari Lebuh Sentosa ke Lebuh Wawasan dalam kejadian kira-kira pukul 8.15 pagi.
Roslan berkata kali terakhir beliau bertemu Allahyarham ialah pada Ahad lepas dan mereka berbual sambil minum bersama. “Allahyarham mempunyai lima orang anak. Dia seorang yang peramah dan tidak sombong serta mempunyai hobi bermain golf. Dia selalu main golf di Seremban,” katanya.
Kakak arwah, Zaleha Ibrahim, 70, ketika ditemui di Masjid Sultan Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin di sini, berkata kali terakhir beliau bertemu adiknya ialah dua minggu lepas di rumahnya dekat Kuala Selangor.
“Saya dan arwah rapat sebab saya yang jaga dia masa belajar di universiti dulu. “Tidak sangka arwah pergi selepas dia beria-ia mahu berjumpa saya dua minggu lepas,” ujarnya sebak.
Menurut Zaleha arwah adalah anak ke lapan dari sembilan beradik.

DAP tiada membawa apa-apa perubahan LANGSUNG di bandar kuching

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Peter Nansian pulls back support for Tiki Lafe, Anthony Nogeh getting boost of support

Nansian breaks his silence on Mas Gading

by Johnson K Saai, Posted on April 25, 2013, Thursday
KUCHING: Tasik Biru assemblyman Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie, who has been pressured by several quarters to state his stand on Mas Gading in the May 5 general election, finally broke his silence yesterday by saying that he could campaign for the BN – but not in Mas Gading.
“I will still attend and grace official functions in Mas Gading. The only difference is when it comes to Mas Gading, there will strictly be no campaigning by me because I do not want to further split the people there,” he told a press conference in his office at MJC here yesterday.
“Furthermore, I am very sure that even if I helped BN to campaign in Mas Gading, no one will take my words seriously.
“So, the best thing is to remain silent because silence is golden, and abstaining is the best (thing to do) because I will not make things worse.”
Nansian, who is also Assistant Industrial Development Minister (Industrial Estate) and Assistant Minister Of Community Services, has been in a spot since nomination day on April 20 because a member of the G5, Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe, decided to stand as an independent candidate when BN did not renominate him to defend Mas Gading.
The G5 comprises five elected representatives who were sacked by SPDP more than a year ago for gross insubordination. Besides Nansian and Dr Tiki, the other members are Marudi assemblyman Datuk Sylvester Entrie Muran, Rosey Yunus (Bekenu assemblywoman), and Paulus Palu Gumbang (Batu Danau assemblyman).
Together they formed the BN Club, which has yet to be registered, and brand themselves as ‘BN-friendly’.
Nansian said preserving unity and avoiding conflict of interest were the primary reasons why he was not at the nomination centre on April 20.
Mas Gading will see a four-cornered fight in the 13th general election, polling of which is on May 5.
Representing BN-SPDP is Anthony Nogeh Gumbek, and others in the fray are Mordi Bimol (DAP) and Patrick Anek Uren (STAR).
Nansian said since Dr Tiki was part of the BN Club and was contesting as an independent, anything he (Nansian) said or do would definitely split the people in Mas Gading.
“There have already been lots of conflict of interests in Mas Gading, and with me inside it will make matters even worse
because definitely I will take side.
Nansian added that he was willing to campaign in other areas, including Bintulu, Saratok and Baram, because he supported the BN.
“I am a BN elected representative and still a BN man.”
On his position in the government, Nansian said he was still an assistant minister and would thus discharge his duties accordingly.
“I will carry out my job as entrusted by the government for as long as they give me the chance to serve. For as long as
the rakyat and government support me, I am prepared to serve the rakyat to the best of my ability.
He also thanked Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud for clarifying the matter on Tuesday.
Taib has said that he would allow Nansian to remain in the Cabinet until a solution could be reached between the partyless Nansian and SPDP.
He added that Nansian’s position in the cabinet would be treated as temporary to allow time for further discussions between SPDP and the G5 members

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Peter Nansian's sarawak cabinet post temporary - YAB CM Pehin Sri Taib

CM: Nansian’s cabinet post temporary

by Geryl Ogilvy Ruekeith, Posted on April 24, 2013, Wednesday
KOTA SAMARAHAN: Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud will allow Datuk Peter Nansian to remain in the cabinet until a solution can be reached between the partyless assemblyman with Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP).
Taib, who is also state Barisan Nasional (BN) chairman, said Nansian’s position in the cabinet would be treated as temporary to allow time for further discussions between SPDP and the five sacked elected representatives to find a way for a possible return.
He said this in response to whether the state would follow in the footstep of Umno in sacking members and incumbent MPs who defied Prime Minister and national BN chairman Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s call against contesting as independent candidates.
Nansian, who is Assistant Minister of Industrial Development (industrial estate) and Assistant Minister of Community Services, is alleged to have helped Mas Gading incumbent MP Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe in this election campaign.
He is assemblyman for Tasik Biru, one of two state seats under Mas Gading parliamentary constituency.
“Dr Tiki is not a member of any BN party after being sacked by SPDP. As for Nansian, his position is a temporary arrangement. I allow him to be in the cabinet until a solution is found with SPDP,” Taib told reporters when met after officiating at the opening of meet-the-people session at Kampung Baru here yesterday.
Among those in the some 500 crowd were BN-PBB candidate for Kota Samarahan Rubiah Wang, Asajaya assemblyman Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah and Muara Tuang assemblyman Dato Sri Mohammad Ali Mahmud.
Dr Tiki, who is also chairman of National Service Training Council will defend his seat as an independent in a four-cornered fight with BN-SPDP candidate Anthony Nogeh Gumbek, Mordi Bimol (DAP) and Patrick Anek Uren of Star.
On Monday, Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said that his ministry had reviewed Dr Tiki’s position as NSTC chairman following the latter’s decision to contest as an independent candidate.
A report will be submitted to the Yang-di Pertuan Agung Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah who holds purview over the appointment of the NSTC chairman post.
In January last year, SPDP sacked four of its elected representative – Dr Tiki, Nansian, Rosey Yunus (Bekenu) and Paulus Palu Gumbang (Batu Danau) – for gross insubordination. The fifth member, Marudi assemblyman Datuk Dr Sylvester Entrie was issued a termination letter in Nov 2011.
The faction, initially known as the SPDP Group of 5 went on to set up a BN Club to continue serving their duties as elected representatives.
At one particular time, there were speculations that the group had tried to register a new political party called Teras.
There is still no update on its registration.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Tiki does not represent BN...we consider him as opposition - YB Datuk Dr Stephen Rundi, Setiausaha Agung BN Sarawak

Setiausaha Agung Barisan Nasional Sarawak Yang Berhormar Datuk Dr Stephen Rundi

Dr Tiki out of line as independent, says Rundi

Borneo Post on April 23, 2013, Tuesday
MIRI: Former Mas Gading MP Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe has been taken to task for not accepting the BN top leaders’ decision to drop him and be replaced with Anthony Nogeh Gumbek
from Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) for the polls.
State BN secretary-general Datuk Dr Stephen Rundi made a firm stand when he reiterated that Tiki did not represent BN by standing as an independent candidate in the 13th General Election.
“Tiki does not represent BN… we consider him as opposition. As BN member, he must support the BN candidate, so in the first place, it does not augur well why he should stand as an independent,” he told The Borneo Post after
closing the State Level Youth Camp for Miri/Bintulu Division at Niah National Park on Sunday.
Rundi, who is also Assistant Minister of Youth Development (Rural) and Kemena assemblyman, said the state BN would ensure that its candidate Nogeh gets the full support he needs to win in Mas Gading in the GE13.
He added that the Mas Gading seat has been a hot issue during the state legislative assembly sitting till now.
“This is not because we cannot win Mas Gading, as the seat to us is a white area. Problems arise when there is a so-called BN-friendly group of SPDP.
“I’ve discussed with the chief minister on this matter in order to give understanding and mutual respect to a component party. Thus, we have to support our candidate.”
Dr Tiki was the three-term MP for Mas Gading since 1999 and he was sacked from SPDP last year for insubordination.
Commenting on the election situation in general, he said this year’s election saw more candidates contesting under independent tickets despite there being the major parties of BN and PR.

Monday, April 22, 2013

BN Lawan DAP di kawasan parlimen Bandar Kuching

"Even if Tiki Lafe wins, he is not Barisan. Its as simple as that" - YB Dato Sri Micheal Manyin

BAU: Bidayuh Barisan Nasional leaders are up in arms against Mas Gading incumbent Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe over the move to fight against the BN in the constituency despite previously claiming to obey the top leaders’ decision on the candidate chosen by the coalition.
They also questioned whether Tasik Biru assemblyman Datuk Peter Nansian, who was the obvious absentee in the BN camp during the nomination process in Bau Civic Centre on Saturday, was clandestinely supporting Dr Tiki to contest as independent.
Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) deputy information chief Dato Peter Minos said BN local leaders in Mas Gading are truly disappointed with Dr Tiki for going against his own words.
“Many BN men including deputy ministers Jelaing Mersat and Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan were also dropped yet they did not stand against BN. People in Mas Gading now see Dr Tiki’s true colours,” commented Minos, who is also BN Mas Gading operations chief and PBB Opar chairman, yesterday.
He pointed out that Dr Tiki, and the group behind him, are only doing favours for the opposition DAP to win the seat despite claiming to be BN-friendly, because this would split votes among the Bidayuhs who make up the majority in Mas Gading.
Dr Tiki, MP for Mas Gading since 1999, defied BN’s decision to replace him with newcomer Anthony Nogeh Gumbek from Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) by contesting as independent using the ‘key’ symbol as his logo.
As such, the seat will see a four-cornered fight involving Dr Tiki, 60; Nogeh, 56; a former MP Patrick Anek Uren, 66, representing State Reform Party; and 28-year-old Mordi Bimol from Democratic Action Party.
Opar assemblyman Ranum Mina, a Bidayuh-Selako, on Saturday did not hide his disappointment over Nansian’s absence during nomination and he called on his BN colleague to be a gentleman by clearing the air to diffuse confusion among the voters.
“This is a big question mark. Since he is an assistant minister in the government, Peter Nansian should declare whether he support BN or Dr Tiki who is against the BN. To me, if you do not support the BN candidate, that is unfriendly to BN,” said Ranum, also Sarawak United People’s Party (SUPP) Opar chief.
Ranum was the proposer for Nogeh while PBB Tasik Biru chairman John Nyigor was the seconder. Asked whether BN should take action against Dr Tiki, Ranum said: “Yes, he was appointed as chairman of National Service Training Council by BN government and should quit (before contesting as independent).”
PBB vice-president Dato Sri Michael Manyin, regarded as the most respected Bidayuh leader, was also upset with Dr Tiki’s move to stand as independent when posed the question by reporters on Saturday.
Manyin described the Dr Tiki’s candidacy as ‘unfortunate’ because it would only split the Bidayuhs, and he said as far as Mas Gading is concerned, Dr Tiki is to be treated as an opposition for fighting against BN.
“If he is Barisan-friendly, then support Barisan. How can he stand as independent and make such a claim saying he is Barisan friendly. (Even) if he wins, he is not Barisan. It’s simple as that,” he said.
Meanwhile, Nansian, who is an assistant minister with two portfolios, could not be reached for comment yesterday.
Nansian and Dr Tiki have been ‘partyless’ since their sacking from SPDP in 2010 along with three other elected representatives.
Borneo Post

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Tiki Lafe harus ada PRINSIP dan letak jawatan Pengerusi MLKN kerana melawan calon BN - YB Ranum Mina

Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe

YB Datuk Peter Nansian
YB Ranum Mina
Naib Ketua Wanita UMNO Kebangsaan Datuk Kamilia Ibrahim dipecat kerana bertanding sebagai bebas dalam PRU 13 ini.  Namun Rebel SPDP G5 Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe berasa tidak salah untuk dia 'have the cake and eat it at the same time'.  Bak kata melayu sarawak Tiki Lafe mahu 'pak untung', lawan BN juak mauk dan jawatan kerajaan BN pun mauk juak.

Dr Tiki harus letak jawatan Pengerusi MLKN: Ranum Mina

Borneo Post on April 21, 2013, Sunday
BAU: Calon Bebas Parlimen Mas Gading Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe digesa meletak jawa- tan sebagai Pengerusi Majlis Latihan Khidmat Negara (MLKN).
Ahli Dewan Undangan Negeri (ADUN) Opar Ranum Mina berkata, gesaan itu adalah susulan keputusan Dr Tiki bertanding menentang calon Barisan Nasional (BN) pada Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-13 (PRU13) ini.
“PLKN (Program Latihan Khidmat Negara) adalah program kerajaan, jadi tidak wajar bagi beliau masih memegang jawatan dalam kerajaan se- dangkan beliau bertanding sebagai calon Bebas,” katanya ke-pada pemberita di Pusat Pe-namaan Calon Parlimen P.192 Mas Gading di Dewan Suarah Bau di sini, semalam.
Beliau mengiringi calon BN Anthony Nogeh Gumbek bagi mengemukakan pencalonan untuk bertanding di Parlimen Mas Gading.
Selain Anthony dan Dr Tiki, kawasan tersebut turut menyaksikan pencalonan Mordi Bimol (DAP) dan Patrick Anek Uren (STAR).
Dr Tiki bertanding sebagai calon Bebas susulan beliau tidak dicalonkan semula oleh BN.
Pada 2011, beliau dipecat daripada Parti Demokratik Progresif Sarawak (SPDP) susulan krisis dengan Presiden parti itu, Tan Sri William Mawan Ikom.
Beliau bagaimanapun masih mengakui bersama BN meskipun tidak menganggotai mana-mana parti komponen.
Ranum berkata lagi, Menteri Muda Pembangunan Perindustrian Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie juga harus menyatakan pendirian sama ada memihak kepada calon BN atau Dr Tiki.
“Sebagai menteri muda beliau sewajarnya menyokong calon BN,” katanya. Nansian merupakan seorang daripada rakan Dr Tiki yang sama-sama keluar daripada SPDP.
“Beliau perlu menyatakan pendirian sekarang agar tidak wujud kekeliruan di kalangan orang ramai,” katanya.
Sementara itu, Dr Tiki me-nyerahkan keputusan berhubung kedudukannya sebagai Pengerusi MLKN kepada Yang di-Pertuan Agong Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah dan Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Razak.
“Tidak ada sebab untuk saya meletak jawatan semata-mata kerana saya bertanding sebagai calon Bebas,” katanya.

Calon BN Anthony Nogeh - Calon Bebas Tiki Lafe tidak dapt bawa pembangunan kepada Mas Gading

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Pengakuan Tiki Lafe dalam Astro bahawa beberapa YB menyokong beliau melawan calon Barisan Nasional

Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe mengaku dalam temuramah Astro bahawa YB Datuk Sylvester Entri, YB Rosey Yunus, YB Datuk Peter Nansian dan YB Paulus Ngumbang menyokong beliau MELAWAN calon BARISAN NASIONAL.

We were tricked to attend assembly’

Borneo Post on April 20, 2013, Saturday
BAU: Several of those who attended the gathering themed ‘Perhimpunan Calon Rakyat BN — BN People’s Candidate Assembly’ at Bau Civic Centre on Thursday night claimed they were tricked to believe that the function was held with the BN candidate for Mas Gading, Anthony Nogeh.
“We were earlier told that the function was to meet with the BN candidate (Nogeh) but I was surprised that it was a dinner with (Mas Gading incumbent Datuk) Dr Tiki Lafe,” said one of the invited guests.
Some members of the press who were invited to the function were told that it was a dinner organised by Tasik Biru assemblyman Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie to introduce the BN candidate.
It was early mentioned that there would be 70 dinner tables and guests would be served. However, they were surprised that it was a buffet dinner.
During the function, partyless Dr Tiki announced that he would stand as a BN-friendly Independent in the May 5 general election.
Also at the function were Nansian, Datuk Slyvester Entri Muran, Paulus Palu Gumbang and Rosey Yunus, who are also partyless like Dr Tiki following their sacking from SPDP over a year ago.
A Bidayuh community leader in Bau, Pemanca Daniel Teho, said community leaders attended the function because they wanted to listen to what Dr Tiki had to say.
He admitted that before this community leaders had thrown their support for Dr Tiki’s candidacy.
“We will have a meeting to discuss and decide our next course of action,” he said.
Daniel denied that community leaders in Bau and Lundu were against the government and BN.
“Should he (Dr Tiki) contest as an Independent candidate then it is up to the people to make their choice.”
Daniel disclosed that they had formed a community leaders-campaigning team but he was unsure if they would proceed with their original plan to campaign for Dr Tiki.
Meanwhile, a SPDP Mas Gading spokesman said efforts were being made by the party’s Tasik Biru and Opar branches to round up all community leaders in the constituency to support Nogeh.
“We have no quarrel with the community leaders and we fully understand their situation prior to the announcement of the BN candidates.
“Now that the candidate for Mas Gading has been made known, we happily invite them to join us to ensure victory for BN in Mas Gading,” said the spokesman.

Senarai Calon-calon Pilihanraya Parlimen di Sarawak 2013

SWP supporters gather at Lubok Antu on nomination day – photo courtesy of Nancy Nais
Batang Lupar candidates with proposers and seconders

Petra Jaya candidate Datuk Fadillah Yusof greets his supporters @ nomination centre

AT THE NOMINATION CENTRE:  From right: Dr Michael Teo (PKR), Datuk Sebastian Ting (SUPP) and Chong Kong Fat (STAR). Photo courtesy of Annie Kuan.

Kapit BN candidate Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi (R) & DAP’s Ramli Malaka wish each other the best.

Baram: (From 2nd left) Patrick Sibat (Ind), Anyi Ngau (BN), Roland Engan (PKR) at the nom centre.
Fact File:
GE13: Sarawak Parliamentary Candidates
BN – Anthony Nogeh Gumbek
DAP – Mordi Bimol
STAR – Patrick Anek Uren
Bebas – Datuk Dr Tiki Lafe

BN – Datuk Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar
PKR – Zulrusdi Hol
STAR – Mura Kadir
Bebas – Affendi Jeman

BN – Datuk Fadillah Yusof
PKR – Ahmad Nazib Johari

BN   – Tan Kai
DAP – Chong Chieng Jen

BN – Datuk Yong Khoon Seng
DAP – Julian Tan Kok Ping
STAR – Lina Soo

BN – Rubiah Wang
PAS – Abang Ahmad Kerdee Abang Masagus

p.198  MAMBONG
BN – Datuk Dr James Dawos Mamit
PKR – Willie Mongin
STAR – Dripin Sakoi

BN – Datuk Richard Riot Jaem
DAP – Edward Luwak
STAR – Johnny Aput

BN – Nancy Shukri
PAS – Dr Mohammad Jolhi

BN – Datuk Rohani Abdul Karim
PKR – Abang Zulkifli Abang Engkeh

BN – Masir Kujat
SWP – Wilfred Landong
PKR – Nicholas Mujah Ason
Bebas – Datuk Donald Lawan

BN – William @ Nyalau Badak
PKR – Nicholas Bawin Anggat
SWP – Larry Soon @ Larry Sng Wei Shien

BN – Dato Sri Douglas Uggah Embas
PKR – Cecilia Siti Una

BN – Tan Sri William Mawan Ikom
PKR – Ali Biju
Bebas – Datuk Abang Rosli Abang Paleng

BN – Datuk Norah Abdul Rahman
PAS – Jurina Mut

P.207  IGAN
BN – Datuk Abdul Wahab Dolah
PAS – Ajiji Fauzan

BN – Ding Kuong Hiing
DAP – Andrew Wong Ling Biu

P.209  JULAU
BN – Datuk Joseph Salang Gandum
SWP – Wong Judat
PKR – Andy Wong Hong Yu

BN – Datuk Aaron Ago Dagang
PKR – Thomas Laja
SWP – Ellison Ludan

BN – Datuk Seri Tiong Thai King
DAP – Alice Lau Khiong Yieng

P.212  SIBU
BN – Lau Lee Ming
DAP – Oscar Ling Chai Yew
Bebas – Narawi Haron

P.213  MUKAH
BN – Dato Sri Muhammad Leo Michael Toyad
DAP – Hai Merawin @ Bonaventure
Bebas – Sylvester Ajah Subah @ Ajah Subah

BN – Datuk Joseph Entulu Belaun
PKR – Joshua Jabing @ Joshua Jabeng
SWP – Datuk Sng Chee Hua

BN – Datuk Alexander Nanta Linggi
PKR – Ramli Melaka

BN – Wilson Ugak Kumbong
PKR – Abun Sui Anyie
SWP – George Lagong
STAR – Dr Elli Luhat

BN – Datuk Seri Tiong King Sing
DAP – Dr John Brian Anthony Jeremy Guang

BN – Ahmad Lai Bujang
PAS – Mohd Zaid @ Robby Tandang

P.219  MIRI
BN – Datuk Sebastian Ting
PKR – Dr Michael Teo
STAR – Chong Kon Fatt

BN – Anyie Ngau
PKR – Roland Engan
Bebas – Patrick Sibat Sujang

BN – Hasbi Habibollah
PKR – Baru Bian

P.222  LAWAS
BN – Datuk Henry Sum Agong
DAP – Dr Bob Baru Langub
STAR – Alirahman Kamseh

Nomination centres in Sarawak.

P.192 MAS GADING – Bau Civic Centre
P.193 SANTUBONG – Institut Kemahiran MARA
P.194 PETRA JAYA – Dewan Al-Muneerah SMK Petra Jaya, Kuching.
P.195 BANDAR KUCHING – MBKS Auditorium, Kuching
P.196 STAMPIN – Padawan Municipal Council
P.197 KOTA SAMARAHAN – Kota Samarahan Civic Centre
P.198 MAMBONG – Court Room of the Siburan Sub District
P.199 SERIAN – Meeting Room of the Serian District Office
P.200 BATANG SADONG – Dewan Mesra, Simunjan
P.201 BATANG LUPAR – Sri Aman Civic Centre
P.202 SRI AMAN – Meeting Room of Sri Aman Resident Office
P.203 LUBOK ANTU – Lubok Antu Sports Complex, Lubok Antu
P.204 BETONG – Dewan Sukan Tan Sri Datuk Amar Stephen Kalong Ningkan, Betong
P.205 SARATOK – Meeting Room of Saratok District Office
P.206 TANJONG MANIS – Dewan Masyarakat Sarikei
P.207 IGAN – Daro Government House
P.208 SARIKEI – Sarikei Civic Centre
P.209 JULAU – Julau District Office
P.210 KANOWIT – Kanowit District Office
P.211 LANANG – Meeting Hall of Sibu Public Library
P.212 SIBU – Sibu Civic Centre
P.213 MUKAH – Mukah Mesra Civic Centre
P.214 SELANGAU – Selangau District Office
P.215 KAPIT – Main Briefing Room of State Government Complex Kapit
P.216 HULU RAJANG – Kapit Civic Centre
P.217 BINTULU – Bintulu Civic Centre
P.218 SIBUTI – Meeting Room of Subis District Council Office
P.219 MIRI – Miri Civic Centre
P.220 BARAM – Marudi District Office
P.221 LIMBANG -Limbang Civic Centre
P.222 LAWAS – Lawas Indoor Stadium