She sued a whistle blower from a foreign advertisement agency who was forced to apologize to her in the court. The truth of ad tender rigging is finally proven true but it comes too late.
The rot of BN is beyond repair.
Loud-mouthed Ng ripe for roasting
Mohd Ariff Sabri Aziz | October 27, 2011
Tourism Ministry overpaid by nearly RM270 million for advertisements, according to the Auditor-General’s Report.
The more pointed criticisms about deficit budget are the hidden financial indiscipline that goes along with wanton spending.
The ministry waiting and wanting to be crucified is the Tourism Ministry because its minister, Dr Ng Yen Yen, is loud and appears to be pushing her bravado image to the limits.
And so she shall reap what she has sowed.
The Tourism Ministry overpaid nearly RM270 million for advertisements when it chose to use direct bookings instead of open tenders.
Continue reading >> The Tourism Ministry overpaid nearly RM270 million for advertisements
The Auditor-General’s Report 2010 which stated that not a single low-cost house had been built by the Penang government from 2008 to 2010.
Lim Kuan Eng is selectively to claim good things from former BN government as his and no shame to reject bad things from the seedless durian, Koh Sok Khoon.
The hard fact is 11,000 low-cost homes are inherited from BN government, not a single low-cost house was built under the PR government.
PDC under LGE (as a chairman) could not handle RM5 million Penang Hill car park project, how on earth Malaysians believe that PDC could build a single low cost house in Penang?
LGE is a pro-developer chief minister, the important of poor rakyat only come to his radar before the election.
Guan Eng: Penang provides low-cost homes through PDC
GEORGE TOWN: Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has admitted that the state government has not been building affordable homes.
However, he said the state had provided low-cost houses through its Penang Development Corporation (PDC).
“Almost 11,000 low-cost homes had been built by the state government,” he pointed out.
“Some 3,000 were built through the PDC and the rest by the private sector.
Continue reading >> LGE got no shame to claim ex-BN project is his contribution
By using 28 million population and a hefty national debts of 407 billion, each Malaysian from 0 to 120-year old owes RM14,536.
When Malaysia can pay back these national debts?
The answer is NEVER.
The interest charges can easily reach RM30 billion each year, and serving the interest alone is already a daunting task for BN government. BN government has to borrow more money to pay debts, and the vicious cycle is growing bigger and bigger.
Jump ship if you are still young like my nephews who applied for Singapore citizenship, you are debt free as a kiasu.
Malaysia is a sinking ship, and future generations have to bear for all mistakes committed by present generations who elected BN. What the future generations can do about your mistake. None except cursing and digging out your graveyard.
The auditor-general is reported to Agong and the outcomes of report only can be released by the parliament after the consent of the king, but PM Najib has hijacked the audit report and held it for weeks.
Perkasa who claim they are protectors of royal institute, but this kind of public insults by UMNO against our king is never bothered by Ibrahim Ali.
The crux of story is Perkasa is not protecting the integrity of royal institute, but its own master, UMNO.
There are no correction and preventive actions in the audit report and no mention on what legal actions have been taken against those responsible officials for fraudulent and misused of public funds.
For federal level,
For state level,
For statutory body,