PKR leaders had launched a campaign called ‘Ayuh Malaysia’ to urge Malaysians to put their differences aside and strengthen their bonds in order to contribute to the development of a better country.
The campaign has gained the interest of the social media, especially among the youths that are seeking for a ‘better Malaysia’.
Nurul Izzah Anwar, PKR’s Permatang Pauh MP, said the move was led by the party’s younger leaders in the hopes of attracting diverse elements of society, where this will be a platform for them to master policies that focus on problem solving.
PKR vice president Rafizi Ramli, MP Nik Nazmi Nik Ahmad, MP Akmal Nasir, MP Chang Lih Kan, fMP Manivanan Gowin, and Assemblyman Lee Chean Chung are among the figures included to assist the campaign.
The leading account with the biggest cluster goes to @rafiziramli, mentioning the launch of the ‘Ayuh Malaysia’ campaign to get Malaysians vote for GE15, besides being actively interacting with other accounts such as @La_FaEast and @rda_sulaiman.
Besides that, @ayuh_malaysia stated in one of its statements that the campaign intends to promote new ideas and actions that show priorities to Malaysians.
Besides @rafizi_ramli, there are also some other accounts that are seen to be showing their interest on participating in the Ayuh Malaysia campaign.
@amirlala_had posted a quotation of Rafizi Ramli’s statement taken from a live clip of the campaign’s launching program.
Whereby, @azrulazimi released a picture of Ayuh Malaysia that may be used as a Twitter header for anybody who wants to. He also used the hashtag #AyuhMalaysia in his post.
The campaign seemed to be constructively participated by some Twitter users, where it has been mentioned in one of the tweets about the forethought that will be scrutinized throughout the campaign.