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2011 Sep 28 - Four Tongod villages affected by oil palm plantation

Four Tongod villages affected by oil palm plantation

KOTA KINABALU, Sep 28: Four villages in Tongod are affected by an oil palm plantation, claimed a supreme council member of Sabah Progressive Party (SAPP).

Peter Marajin said the villages of Napagang, Maragatan, Lumingkau and Tongodon were now reduced to small plots of lands along a main road, surrounded by the palm oil plantation.

He said the Dusun-Sungei communities had always been against the plantation, and in fact they went to court in 2004 to plead for their native customary right (NCR) case, but they were only given small pockets of land along a road.

Marajin who presented a talk on NCR and land issues to the local villagers there, was told that about 482 villagers from the four villages “lost” their NCR land to a company.

He said it was shocking to hear the stories from the native Dusun-Sungei folks who were denied legitimate rights to NCR in their own backyard, the lands that they had been toiling and wanting to plant for the betterment of their families.

Marajin, who is a lawyer, has promised to look further into the case.
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SAPP's 17 point Manifesto - Sabah deserves better in terms of more equitable distribution of opportunities, in social, economic and infrastructural development and a better quality of life. [BM][Chinese]

SAPP's Economic Plan for Sabah - SAPP aims to achieve economic prosperity and financial self-reliance for Sabah. Version in [BM] [Chinese]

SAPP's Land Reform Policy - To promote and protect the rights and interests of local natives and other citizens in Sabah [BM][Chinese]

On Oil Royalty - SAPP is not giving up its struggle for more oil royalty payment for Sabah.

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