Blogger Syed Akbar Ali is back with Part 3 of his series on the Pengerang Integrated Petrochemical project.
As I have blogged earlier, we were in Pengerang to study the project and see what was happening on the ground. A picture is worth a thousand words. In these two pictures, you can see a huge bungalow house on a hilltop. (You can click on the pics or zoom them up on your screen). The distance from the massive gate to the house is easily half a kilometre - up the winding road.
This hilltop bungalow house in Pengerang is built of imported pine wood by a Singaporean millionaire. It overlooks across the Straits to Singapore. We are not supposed to reveal exactly how much compensation will be paid to this Singaporean bungalow owner but it runs into millions of Ringgit.
So folks, kalaulah non-citizen, non-voting Singaporeans are going to be compensated millions of Ringgit, wont it be absolutely foolish of the Gomen NOT to properly compensate our own voting citizens in Pengerang?
Read more HERE.