TGB Statement Asserts Ulama to Support for Jokowi Two Periods

By : Herry Barus And Aldo Bella Putra | Friday, July 06 2018 - 17:30 IWST

Gubernur NTB Tuan Guru Bajang Muhammad Zainul Majdi (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)
Gubernur NTB Tuan Guru Bajang Muhammad Zainul Majdi (Foto Dok Industry.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - General Secretary of Baitul Muslimin Indonesia (Bamusi) Nasyirul Falah Amru assessed the support of the Governor of West Nusa Tenggara, Tuan Guru Bajang (TGB) Zainul Majdi to Joko Widodo to become president of two periods, affirmed the support of ulama.

"TGB is a cleric, a Muslim figure, then support for President Jokowi should be welcomed by Muslims in Indonesia," said Nasyirul Falah Amru in his written statement in Jakarta, Thursday (5/7/2018)

According to him, the TGB must have judged from various sides before declaring support for President Jokowi, because the fundamental thing assessed TGB is the success of President Jokowi realize the distribution of development throughout the territory of Indonesia.

Gus Falah rate, TGB see and judge Jokowi using the inner of a scholar, from various sides, namely the work ethic, leadership, and Islam.

"Mirror of intimacy of the scholars can be reflected from the TGB, that's why TGB support for President Jokowi joyous people," he said.

Previously, NTB Governor TGB Zainul Majdi expressed support for President Joko Widodo to continue his leadership during the second period as President RI, Wednesday (4/7/2018).

According to TGB, his decision to support Jokowi was after a consideration related to the benefit of the nation, people and common sense.

He considered that during Jokowi's lead, the achievement of Mandalika's special economic zone in NTB has been successful and if there is a change in the level of national leadership, there will be economic and social stagnation in Mandalika and NTB.

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