On 5th April, 2011 in Kuching,Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin presented RM6.35 million for financial assistance to 127 mission schools throughout Sarawak. Villagers in Banting hope that at least RM50k would go towards the repair of the school and teachers’ quarters, both in states of dilapidation. They promise they will take action if funds are not appropriately disbursed.
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Blogger Borneo Warrior enter the elections facing two relatives.
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COBBOLD JOHN says that residents of Pantu’s drinking water is spiked with coal dust.
"WHY BE AFRAID? DON’T BE!" BARU BIAN ASSURES CIVIL SERVANTS.
We have been fearful that our votes can be traced and discovered and we will be transferred to the Penan kampungs in ulu Belaga and ulu Baram, ulu Lawas to Baru Bian’s kampung, ulu Balleh to James Jimut’s longhouse, to ulu Pakan to William Mawan’s longhouse (but please don’t send me to Betong – I can’t stand Jabu’s stench).
But, even if our votes can be traced, if everyone of us votes for change, how can Taib and his Chief Minister’s Office transfer all of us? There won’t be enough office space in all of our rural offices.
Imagine what would happen if just a fraction of us are transferred?
The whole Sarawak Civil Service with all our spouses, children, brothers, sisters, uncles, relatives and friends will rise up and vote out our deeply hated Barisan National ministers and their cronies.