Despite the rain, Datuk Nur Jazlan Mohamed, the Barisan Nasional candidate for the Pulai constituency in Johor, insisted on attending seven different events while visiting his constituents on Friday evening .
At 9.40pm, he emerged from a black Honda Accord and rushed to address residents in Bukit Indah, a 25-minute drive from Tuas Checkpoint. With his hair wet and glasses fogged up, Mr Nur Jazlan, speaking in Mandarin, said: "Dui buqi wo yidian wan", or sorry, I'm a little late.
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