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Prabowo Subianto While campaigning in Sidoarjo, I felt Gus Dur supporting me from the sky

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Prabowo Subianto While campaigning in Sidoarjo, I felt Gus Dur supporting me from the sky

Sidoarjo, SapaNusa.- 02 Presidential Candidate Prabowo Subianto feels he has received support from the 4th President of Indonesia, namely KH Abdurrahman Wahid alias Gus Dur.

Prabowo stated that behind him there were several other presidents. Starting from President Joko Widodo alias Jokowi to Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono alias SBY.

“I felt Gus Dur supporting me from the sky,” said Prabowo as he turned to the sky.

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He then expressed his thanks to his supporters in East Java.

Moreover, Prabowo said, the city of Surabaya is known as a hero of independence.

According to him, the proclamation of Indonesian independence was proclaimed in Jakarta on August 17 1945.

However, the test of independence is still not over. “However, there are tests of independence in Surabaya,” he said.

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Because the post-independence fighting was in the city of Surabaya. Prabowo said that the people of Surabaya and East Java faced England as the winners of the second world war.

According to him, England as a super power country at that time was still being faced. The battle was also supported by kiai and ulama fatwas.

“We succeeded in facing them, we succeeded in driving them out with blood, light and tears,” he added.

Prabowo believes that the Indonesian nation and the people of East Java are not just random. They were Gatot Koco, brave knights and warriors.

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“They don’t know how to give up and don’t want to be trampled on,” he added.

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