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July 3, 2012

An Open Letter To Michael Manyin

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 Alex stmrock Wong

An Open Letter To The Infrastructure Development And Communications Minister, Y,B. Datuk Seri Michael Manyin.

Fight for us. Fight for Sarawak.

Dear Y.B., I refer to your various comments in the press of late, about the state of Sarawak’s roads and YB’s believe that there is no need for a Pan-Borneo Expressway.

They were disappointing statements, to say the least. We Sarawakians have had to put up with increasingly worsening roads, poor maintenance of existing roads and embarrassing newly-completed road quality. We are regressing in every respect of road bulding and maintenance.

The promise of a decent highway from Sarawak to Sabah has been a promise flaunted since I was in high school. Every year, complaints are made by the increasingly impatient public and every year the dream is deferred by the authorities. Now you, our own Sarawakian YB say we do not need such a high quality highway because it “will be underutilized based on studies” of current road usage. Are you kidding me? With due respect, some of YB’s comments are so ill-thought out it doesn’t warrant repeating here. YB, do not let Federal treat us like a poor cousin and please do not clap your hands when they throw crumbs on our floor. Tell them we will not accept crumbs. For Pete’s sake, without Sarawak BN, there would be no BN-UMNO government. As for State funds, we have plenty. Let’s build more and better roads. I’m sure there are other less worthwhile projects that can be put aside for such a worthy cause as basic primary infrastructure – good roads.

Build it and we will use it. Entrepreneurship and enterprise will ensure the expressway is used. Domestic tourism will increase. Inter-cultural activity will propagate. Social development will take a natural course. And if history eventually shows that it is indeed used less than we expected, so what? It’s still going to be money well-spent on a project of great socio-economic impact that will unlikely ever be labeled a white elephant by anyone, opposition or government.

I don’t care who makes how much on these road contracts. Make 20%, 30%, hell, even 40%. I don’t care. Good for them. Just make sure enough of a profit margin is left for subcontractors so that they can build roads of good quality. Ensure a bad quality road is not approved for handover. Check the materials and specs and ensure we are getting roads that will last and not sink within a month like many of late. Less greed equals better roads.

Fight for us please. Do not shoot down benefits for Sarawak. Fight for Sarawak. Demand for a real Pan-Borneo Expressway and stop calling the current one a highway. I have ridden my motorcycle through so-called Third World countries that have far better interstate roads then we have. We should be ashamed. You should be ashamed. Fight for us. Fight for Sarawak.

Yours Sincerely,
Alex stmrock Wong.

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20 Comments »

  1. Horrific plunder and theft, skinning & fleecing the whole State. One person holding 3 prime portfolios: Chief Minsiter, Finance Minister & Planning and Resources Minister, controlling everything economic in Sarawak. 31 years! George Soros: “Look at the Sarawak Chief Minister selling billions worth of timber concessions under the table; selling every piece of state land to businessmen without tender; using his own companies to obtain lucrative government contracts; … ‘you pay I approve’. He has 8 billion US stashed overseas….. In China people have been shot for embezzling one thousand dollars. With 8 billion you have stolen, therefore you would be shot 80,000 times….The Prime Minister built highways without tender, your cronies get the deal and the price double.” Millions of people deprived of a decent livelihood. Many lack schools, electricity & drinking water. We now call the most horrible curse on all these criminals.

    Comment by Alan Newman. NZ — July 10, 2012 @ 10:33 PM | Reply

  2. Foreign psychics are predicting the fall of BN/UMNO/PBB, & ascendance of PR/PKR/DAP/PAS. Corruption is a crime. We urge all cronies, TanSris, Datuks, YBs to heed your conscience and dignity and withdraw support for the criminals now. Hopefully you’ll be granted amnesty from prosecution. Twitter quote: ‘Mubarak cried and resisted leaving the helicopter that took him to prison. Why do dictators love to act like big babies’ Let this, Gaddaffi & Saddam etc be a warning to others. Jumping ships and a domino effect has started! Pundits expect this to set in motion a domino effect as Sabah leaders fled the decaying BN, helping to pave the way for the country’s first regime change in 55 years… God is wonderful and BN is crumbling like Idi Amin, Suharto, Marcos, Ben Ali, Mubarak, Gaddafi & Assad in Syria.

    Comment by Alan Newman. NZ — July 10, 2012 @ 10:24 PM | Reply

  3. If Sarawak is too big and not easy to develop to the same standard as West Malaysia, how is it that the thief minister of Sarawak after becoming CM since 1981 can accumulate USD30 billion worth of cash, shares and properties. How is it that Alfred Jabu, George Chan and Noroden Majais are worth more than RM2 billion each and Dayak leaders like James Masing, William Mawan, Peter Nansian, Jacob Sagan and SUPP’s Wong Soon Koh are worth more than RM100 million each.

    Comment by Gomen Bin Penipu — July 8, 2012 @ 8:35 PM | Reply

  4. As a minister of Infrastructure you should resign with dignity since the BN government has no money to build roads in Sarawak

    Comment by Irene Kana — July 4, 2012 @ 7:21 PM | Reply

    • In Malaysia, up to now and in BN government, there is no such thing as minister with dignity, what to say resigning. They have to be removed by votes or sent to jail only

      No way Michael Monkey is going to resign too. May be he is thinking how to make tolls like Malaya

      Comment by Cinta Negara Ku — July 4, 2012 @ 7:45 PM | Reply

      • This wild monkey is already loaded.

        Comment by tigeryk — July 6, 2012 @ 11:05 AM | Reply

    • Yes, Micahel Manyin is a useless and hopeless minister so to speak.

      Comment by Ahmad Madon — July 5, 2012 @ 5:21 PM | Reply

  5. All the state revenues have been whalloped by BN politicians and their cronies.

    Comment by Matthew Ram — July 4, 2012 @ 12:12 AM | Reply

  6. Well done, Alex Wong for bluntly rebutting Michael Manyin on the Pan-Borneo Highway through this Open Letter! I have been waiting for so long for NGO personalities such as yourself to speak up for Sarawakians and so, I take my hat off to you for this. What you’ve articulated is nothing but the bare truth which these state leaders refuse to acknowledge publicly. Your reminder to them on the kingmaker status of Sarawak is so timely and if they don’t have to balls to ask from Putrajaya, they can always petition CM Taib to allot from our own Sarawak trade surpluses. It is not acceptable in this day and century for Sarawakians to have to accept such deplorable infrastructures!!

    Comment by Lynn Cheang — July 3, 2012 @ 9:05 PM | Reply

  7. All Dayak YBs only care about their own luxurious lifestyle as a result of being elected BN YBs. It is time we dump all of them and retire them politically. Good for nothing,useless and hopeless wakil rakyat and yang berhomat.

    Comment by Sylvester — July 3, 2012 @ 8:12 PM | Reply

  8. Titanium Sdn Bhd , owned by Bekir Abdul Taib , was awarded the construction of rural bridges and maintenance of thousand kilometres of roads. How did they manage to receive VO for cost overrun which the state government compensated them in the form of alienating state lands with premium calculation of only RM300.00 per acre. That was how they robbed Sarawakaians of state lands in lieu of government payment owing the company. This is daylight robbery.

    Comment by Bidayuh Headmaster — July 3, 2012 @ 4:35 PM | Reply

    • one good arguement here. Why is it possible for this company and not possible for the rakyat ?

      Comment by philip — July 3, 2012 @ 4:52 PM | Reply

  9. He He He JKR got no money for proper roads….

    But there’s always money to spend big projek awarded for those rich YBs Orang Cacat OKU/Orang Kuat UMNO-BN…

    He He He this Manyin really a funny joker lah….
    ______________________________

    Taib’s son awarded millions in govt contracts
    by Joseph Tawie, FMT, November 7, 2011

    Most of the contracts were awarded without an open tender being called, claims the DAP.

    KUCHING: For the past five years, Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s son Abu Bekir has been the main beneficiary of millions of ringgit worth of government contracts awarded by the state government.

    Confirming widely speculated rumours here, the state government recently disclosed in its written answer to a DAP assemblyman that most contracts were awarded without an open tender being called.

    The contracts were awarded to two companies – Titanium Project Management Sdn Bhd and Woodville Construction Sdn Bhd.

    Titanium is linked to Abu Bekir.

    The revelations, according to Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen, were “really shocking” .

    “These details which are contained in the answers to my questions (submitted to the State Legislative Assembly) are really shocking,” he said.

    Chong, who is also state DAP secretary, had put in his questions during the assembly’s June sitting.

    He had written to ask the State Infrastructure Development and Communications Minister for a list of all contractors awarded by the state and federal governments for the construction and completion of bridges in Sarawak in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

    He had also asked for the respective contract sums and actual sums of each bridge.

    Contracts to Titanium

    Chong also wanted to know whether the awards of these contracts were carried out pursuant to an open tender process and, if so, what were the criteria and consideration for appointment of these contractors as the main contractors for these bridges.

    “Basically, there are two companies given the state projects to build bridges in Sarawak without open tender.

    “One was Woodville Construction which is owned by Shin Yang group of companies and the other was Titanium Project Management which is owned by Abu Bekir, son of the chief minister,” he said.

    Woodville Construction was given two projects worth RM217,500,000 while Titanium Project Management was awarded one contract.

    In 2008, the Titanium Project Management was awarded a contract to design, construct and complete bridges and culverts to replace temporary and semi-permanent council bridges and some Public Work Department bridges in Sarawak.

    “Under this contract, a few hundred bridges were given to Titanium Project Management to construct, and the value of the contract is RM1,178,410,000,” he said, pointing out that this was “almost a monopoly” in the construction of bridges.

    “What is shocking is that the state projects were awarded to Abu Bekir and Shin Yang companies not through open tenders unlike the federal projects.

    “This is totally against the principle of fairness and transparency in awarding government contracts .

    “If you remember in 2001, the government contract was given to Titanium Management to construct 384 bridges at the cost of RM500 million.

    “In 2006, the company constructed only 332 bridges or about 80 percent of the bridges, but the government has to pay the company RM948 million,” he said.

    Corrupt practices

    According to Chong, in 2008 the government again awarded another contract to Titanium.

    This time the contract was awarded to Titanium Project Management.

    “Although it is a different name, it is the same company with the word ‘Project’ added to its name with the same constitution and the same shareholders.

    “This is an abuse of power and an unfair government practice that is cutting off other contractors from doing government works.

    “I think the State Infrastructure Development and Communication Minister Michael Manyin has a lot of explanation to make to the people of Sarawak,” said Chong.

    He described the whole process of awarding these contracts by the state government as “smacking of corrupt practices”.

    When asked if the opposition would lodge a report on the issue with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Chong said: “Is there any use?

    “There is no point to lodge a report as MACC has made its position very clear that binoculars that could be purchased for RM5,000 each and were charged at RM50,000 apiece is not corruption.”

    Chong was referring to the Auditor-General’s Report 2010 which disclosed that binoculars purchased by the Marine Department was charged RM50,000 each instead of RM5,000 as it should have been.

    “If that is not corruption, I don’t know what corruption is. But the MACC ruled that it is not corruption,” he said, drawing a comparison between this issue and the Teoh Beng Hock case.

    ‘MACC, a BN political tool’

    Chong said Teoh had allegedly spent RM2,000 to buy and distribute Malaysian flags and the MACC interrogated him throughout the night and forced him to commit suicide.

    “If you compare this case with Teoh’s, you can see a stark difference in the treatment,” he said.

    Chong said that although there was a prima facie corruption case, the MACC did not open any file or investigate.

    “They just brushed off the case .

    “Judging by the way it (MACC) conducts itself, it appears that MACC is a political tool of Barisan Nasional to oppress the opposition, while condoning such acts of abuse of public funds by the BN government,” he said.
    _____________________

    Taib keeps his YBs wealthy
    by FMT Staff , March 7 , 2012

    Taib Mahmud’s 30-year tenure as Chief Minister and Sarawak Barisan Nasional chairman has spawned many millionaires within its circle of Ybs, says Sarawak Report.

    KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s secret to staying in power is bribery, at least that’s what the ‘political insiders’ here are saying.

    According to them, Taib has allegedly “bribed” MPs and assemblymen with timber concessions, plantations, contracts and whatnots in return for their absolute loyalty over the past 30 years.

    Taib has been in power since 1981 and whilst he has himself amassed an unexplainable amount of wealth which runs into billions in US dollars, here and abroad, he has also ensured that his ‘immediate’ circle of political allies have also become as wealthy.

    Take for instance his loyal deputy Alfred Jabu Numpang. Jabu has been Layar assemblyman for over 35 years, but the constituency is reportedly in a pitiful state. The man and his family however have reaped millions simply for keeping the native Ibans there convinced that Taib is ‘god-sent’.

    Jabu has allegedly received contracts, concessions and kickbacks each time Taib awarded himself some goodies.

    Jabu’s wealth is now sizzling the internet with disclosures of contracts awarded to him in the last decade.

    Jabu – who may very well be yet another billionaire – and his politically connected cronies have allegedly received over RM500 million in contracts through KACC construction in the last 10 years.

    The company is listed in the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) website.

    The website also offers names of the projects and contract worth. All except two of the contracts awarded to KACC Construction by the Taib government are in Bintulu.

    Shares in KACC Construction are reportedly held, jointly, by Jabu’s family and the families of state secretary Mohd Morshidi Abdul Ghani and Fadillah Yusof.

    Fadillah is the MP for Petra Jaya. She is also the Deputy Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation.

    KACC’s shareholders are Jabu’s daughter Jennifer and his cousin Robert Lawson Chuat (a PBB assemblymen). Other shareholders are Abdul Ghani’s brother Mohd Taufik and Fadillah’s niece and nephew.

    Millions for Sagan’s loyalty

    These details were part of a series of revelations on Taib’s ‘wealthy YBs’ by online investigative portal Sarawak Report (SR).

    According to the portal, KACC Construction is not the only source of Jabu’s wealth.

    Over the years Jabu and Taib have worked hand-in-glove in persuading natives to release their lands to them and their cronies, Jabu and his family run Herba Aromatics Sdn Bhd.

    The state government had awarded this company lucrative concessions which include rights to oil palm plantation, said the portal.

    Early last year it was widely rumoured that Jabu had ‘scored’ when he allegedly sold these lands to Felcra for RM7 million

    Then there is Sarawak Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority Malaysia (Salcra). Jabu is the chairman of the controversial Salcra which involved the mass conversion of tens of thousands of hectares of native customary lands into oil palm plantation.

    Salcra was promoted as a way of providing the poor landowners with Sarawak with a living from the profits. But the portal said Jabu and his cronies however have happily reaped the benefits of the palm oil boom.

    Meanwhile other juicy bits on Sarawak Report include how federal minister Jacob Sagan, who is the Baram MP, allegedly sold his allegiance to Taib for hundreds of millions of ringgit in timber concessions and construction contracts.

    Sagan gave his support to Taib’s proposal to construct the monstrous Baram dam which will dislocate thousands of natives and destroy their livelihoods.

    Naroden, another beneficiary

    The Sarawak Report also mentioned Sarawak Entreprenuer Development Assistant Minister Naroden Majais who has made himself richer by allegedly awarding himself RM100 million worth of government contracts, with Taib’s permission.

    Details and value of the contracts were posted on the CIDB website. The contracts were awarded to Embun Pelangi Sdn Bhd, whose board of directors include Naroden’s wife, Massenah Ahmad and son Kamaruzaman.

    Since 2002 Embun Pelangi received no less than RM100 million in contracts from Taib.

    Naroden, who is allegedly ‘very close’ to Taib, is also one of the biggest timber concessionaires in Sarawak. Much of these concessions areas are in the region of the Baram Dam.

    Comment by Teddy Gumbang — July 3, 2012 @ 3:58 PM | Reply

  10. He He He JKR got no money for proper roads…

    But there’s always money to spend big projek awarded for those rich YBs Orang Cacat OKU/Orang Kuat UMNO-BN…

    He He He this Manyin really a funny joker lah…
    ___________________

    Taib’s son awarded millions in govt contracts
    by Joseph Tawie, FMT, November 7, 2011

    Most of the contracts were awarded without an open tender being called, claims the DAP.

    KUCHING: For the past five years, Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s son Abu Bekir has been the main beneficiary of millions of ringgit worth of government contracts awarded by the state government.

    Confirming widely speculated rumours here, the state government recently disclosed in its written answer to a DAP assemblyman that most contracts were awarded without an open tender being called.

    The contracts were awarded to two companies – Titanium Project Management Sdn Bhd and Woodville Construction Sdn Bhd.

    Titanium is linked to Abu Bekir.

    The revelations, according to Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen, were “really shocking”.

    “These details which are contained in the answers to my questions (submitted to the State Legislative Assembly) are really shocking,” he said.

    Chong, who is also state DAP secretary, had put in his questions during the assembly’s June sitting.

    He had written to ask the State Infrastructure Development and Communications Minister for a list of all contractors awarded by the state and federal governments for the construction and completion of bridges in Sarawak in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

    He had also asked for the respective contract sums and actual sums of each bridge.

    Contracts to Titanium

    Chong also wanted to know whether the awards of these contracts were carried out pursuant to an open tender process and, if so, what were the criteria and consideration for appointment of these contractors as the main contractors for these bridges.

    “Basically, there are two companies given the state projects to build bridges in Sarawak without open tender.

    “One was Woodville Construction which is owned by Shin Yang group of companies and the other was Titanium Project Management which is owned by Abu Bekir, son of the chief minister,” he said.

    Woodville Construction was given two projects worth RM217,500,000 while Titanium Project Management was awarded one contract.

    In 2008, the Titanium Project Management was awarded a contract to design, construct and complete bridges and culverts to replace temporary and semi-permanent council bridges and some Public Work Department bridges in Sarawak.

    “Under this contract, a few hundred bridges were given to Titanium Project Management to construct, and the value of the contract is RM1,178,410,000,” he said, pointing out that this was “almost a monopoly” in the construction of bridges.

    “What is shocking is that the state projects were awarded to Abu Bekir and Shin Yang companies not through open tenders unlike the federal projects.

    “This is totally against the principle of fairness and transparency in awarding government contracts.

    “If you remember in 2001, the government contract was given to Titanium Management to construct 384 bridges at the cost of RM500 million.

    “In 2006, the company constructed only 332 bridges or about 80 percent of the bridges, but the government has to pay the company RM948 million,” he said.

    Corrupt practices

    According to Chong, in 2008 the government again awarded another contract to Titanium.

    This time the contract was awarded to Titanium Project Management.

    “Although it is a different name, it is the same company with the word ‘Project’ added to its name with the same constitution and the same shareholders.

    “This is an abuse of power and an unfair government practice that is cutting off other contractors from doing government works.

    “I think the State Infrastructure Development and Communication Minister Michael Manyin has a lot of explanation to make to the people of Sarawak,” said Chong.

    He described the whole process of awarding these contracts by the state government as “smacking of corrupt practices”.

    When asked if the opposition would lodge a report on the issue with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Chong said: “Is there any use?

    “There is no point to lodge a report as MACC has made its position very clear that binoculars that could be purchased for RM5,000 each and were charged at RM50,000 apiece is not corruption.”

    Chong was referring to the Auditor-General’s Report 2010 which disclosed that binoculars purchased by the Marine Department was charged RM50,000 each instead of RM5,000 as it should have been.

    “If that is not corruption, I don’t know what corruption is. But the MACC ruled that it is not corruption,” he said, drawing a comparison between this issue and the Teoh Beng Hock case.

    ‘MACC, a BN political tool’

    Chong said Teoh had allegedly spent RM2,000 to buy and distribute Malaysian flags and the MACC interrogated him throughout the night and forced him to commit suicide.

    “If you compare this case with Teoh’s, you can see a stark difference in the treatment,” he said.

    Chong said that although there was a prima facie corruption case, the MACC did not open any file or investigate.

    “They just brushed off the case.

    “Judging by the way it (MACC) conducts itself, it appears that MACC is a political tool of Barisan Nasional to oppress the opposition, while condoning such acts of abuse of public funds by the BN government,” he said.
    _____________________

    Taib keeps his YBs wealthy
    by FMT Staff, March 7, 2012

    Taib Mahmud’s 30-year tenure as Chief Minister and Sarawak Barisan Nasional chairman has spawned many millionaires within its circle of Ybs, says Sarawak Report.

    KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s secret to staying in power is bribery, at least that’s what the ‘political insiders’ here are saying.

    According to them, Taib has allegedly “bribed” MPs and assemblymen with timber concessions, plantations, contracts and whatnots in return for their absolute loyalty over the past 30 years.

    Taib has been in power since 1981 and whilst he has himself amassed an unexplainable amount of wealth which runs into billions in US dollars, here and abroad, he has also ensured that his ‘immediate’ circle of political allies have also become as wealthy.

    Take for instance his loyal deputy Alfred Jabu Numpang. Jabu has been Layar assemblyman for over 35 years, but the constituency is reportedly in a pitiful state. The man and his family however have reaped millions simply for keeping the native Ibans there convinced that Taib is ‘god-sent’.

    Jabu has allegedly received contracts, concessions and kickbacks each time Taib awarded himself some goodies.

    Jabu’s wealth is now sizzling the internet with disclosures of contracts awarded to him in the last decade.

    Jabu – who may very well be yet another billionaire – and his politically connected cronies have allegedly received over RM500 million in contracts through KACC construction in the last 10 years.

    The company is listed in the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) website.

    The website also offers names of the projects and contract worth. All except two of the contracts awarded to KACC Construction by the Taib government are in Bintulu.

    Shares in KACC Construction are reportedly held, jointly, by Jabu’s family and the families of state secretary Mohd Morshidi Abdul Ghani and Fadillah Yusof.

    Fadillah is the MP for Petra Jaya. She is also the Deputy Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation.

    KACC’s shareholders are Jabu’s daughter Jennifer and his cousin Robert Lawson Chuat (a PBB assemblymen). Other shareholders are Abdul Ghani’s brother Mohd Taufik and Fadillah’s niece and nephew.

    Millions for Sagan’s loyalty

    These details were part of a series of revelations on Taib’s ‘wealthy YBs’ by online investigative portal Sarawak Report (SR).

    According to the portal, KACC Construction is not the only source of Jabu’s wealth.

    Over the years Jabu and Taib have worked hand-in-glove in persuading natives to release their lands to them and their cronies, Jabu and his family run Herba Aromatics Sdn Bhd.

    The state government had awarded this company lucrative concessions which include rights to oil palm plantation, said the portal.

    Early last year it was widely rumoured that Jabu had ‘scored’ when he allegedly sold these lands to Felcra for RM7 million

    Then there is Sarawak Land Consolidation and Rehabilitation Authority Malaysia (Salcra). Jabu is the chairman of the controversial Salcra which involved the mass conversion of tens of thousands of hectares of native customary lands into oil palm plantation.

    Salcra was promoted as a way of providing the poor landowners with Sarawak with a living from the profits. But the portal said Jabu and his cronies however have happily reaped the benefits of the palm oil boom.

    Meanwhile other juicy bits on Sarawak Report include how federal minister Jacob Sagan, who is the Baram MP, allegedly sold his allegiance to Taib for hundreds of millions of ringgit in timber concessions and construction contracts.

    Sagan gave his support to Taib’s proposal to construct the monstrous Baram dam which will dislocate thousands of natives and destroy their livelihoods.

    Naroden, another beneficiary

    The Sarawak Report also mentioned Sarawak Entreprenuer Development Assistant Minister Naroden Majais who has made himself richer by allegedly awarding himself RM100 million worth of government contracts, with Taib’s permission.

    Details and value of the contracts were posted on the CIDB website. The contracts were awarded to Embun Pelangi Sdn Bhd, whose board of directors include Naroden’s wife, Massenah Ahmad and son Kamaruzaman.

    Since 2002 Embun Pelangi received no less than RM100 million in contracts from Taib.

    Naroden, who is allegedly ‘very close’ to Taib, is also one of the biggest timber concessionaires in Sarawak. Much of these concessions areas are in the region of the Baram Dam.

    Comment by Teddy Gumbang — July 3, 2012 @ 3:58 PM | Reply

  11. The recent remarks made by most of the Sarawak BN Politicians show clearly that they are not capable nor Serous administrators. Their only concern is to fight for power, fill their own pockets and let the People of Sarawak down.

    Comment by gagojackman — July 3, 2012 @ 2:49 PM | Reply

  12. IF PEH MOH N MICHAEL MANYIN CANNOT RAISE ENOUGH FUND TO BUILD A DUAL CARRIAGE HIGHWAY, U SHOULD MAKE WAY FOR PAKATAN TO RUN THE SHOW.WHAT IS THIS RM16 BILLION? IF U INCREASE THE ROYALTY FROM JIBBY GOVT FROM 5% TO 20%,THIS IS PEANUT.SARAWAKIANS PLS VOTE OUT THESE STUPID MINISTERS WHO GIVE STUPID ANSWERS.

    Comment by VINCENT AK PAUL — July 3, 2012 @ 2:14 PM | Reply

    • I have the same thought like you. What happen to the peoples money ?? Why is it that this goverment ( State ) can and prioritise the dammes construction rather than the roads, which is of more important and benefits to the people ?

      Comment by peoplecare — July 3, 2012 @ 4:59 PM | Reply

      • Why are the Damned Dams a priority?….. Flooding of dayak lands is a priority, another form of land grab designed by taib abd his chinese crawlers to make the Dayaks poor and remain so! Look a the recent political scenario… why is taib happy about the registration of Sng SweepARSE party….because it is a twin sister of the G5 from SPDP. Both have the backings of taib and UMNO to further split the DAYAKS. SNG SweepARSE Party is a pain in the ASRE to PRS and the G5 was designed to split SPDP. Well the cunning MELAYNOW Pek Moh at his best with ofcourse the blessing from UMNO. If the leaders in PRS and SPDP do not do anything about these double assault on them, good luck to them ……but then again i don’t see masing and william coming down from their high thrones to save they day for the DAYAKS RACE which they professed protect and not to neglect!!!!

        Comment by Brian — July 6, 2012 @ 2:07 PM | Reply

  13. Well, where does our ioil and gas revenue gone to? To building twin tower and Putrajaya?????

    Comment by Steve — July 3, 2012 @ 8:45 AM | Reply

  14. I am sorry from the day I knew Michael many in he is now a changed man..please put him away!!

    Comment by Sebastian — July 3, 2012 @ 1:56 AM | Reply


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