#prnsarawak On the same stage, Tan Sri Adenan has urged Sarawakians to grant a major victory for Barisan Nasional in the state election next month.
He added that the staunch support of the people would enable him to continue fighting for their interest.
Tan Sri Adenan, who became Sarawak Chief Minister in 2014, assured that he would use the next five years to implement various development plans for the state.
During his 2-year tenure, his administration had implemented 53 principles and actions to prosper and uphold the dignity of Sarawak.
He had also assured that he will not back down from seeking greater autonomy for Sarawak from the Federal government and the ongoing negotiation for the state to gain more benefits from its oil and gas industry.
The 72-year-old state BN chairman has previously stated that he will he will step down before the next state election in 2021.