TAHI TIGHT SITUATION, LYING COMES NATURALLY!
Secretary of DAP National Election Committee and Bukit Bendera Member of Parliament Liew Chin Tong questioned Dato Seri Wong Soon Koh's credibility as a public figure for lying four times in the last five days.
“First, Wong was saying that he has recently requested the federal government to upgrade the only tertiary college in Sibu, Laila Taib College. During the last May by-election in Sibu, Prime Minister Dato Seri Najib Razak promised that the college will be upgraded to be a university by 2012.”
“Last week, in the presence of Transport Minister Kong Cho Ha, Wong said that the government will not be upgrading the Sibu airport as the people of Sibu had rejected Barisan Nasional in the 2010 May by-election . Kong had the courtesy to rebuke him and assured the public the upgrade will commence as scheduled.” he continued.
“ Thirdly, on the Lanang tolled bridge, Wong had admonished DAP for lying about the fact that the toll concessionaire had built the bridge without incurring any cost. DAP has documented proof to show that the toll concessionaire received RM 188 million in compensation through a state government grant and leasehold land valued at RM 78 million totaling RM 266 million. The bridge only cost RM 256 million, which means the concessionaire was “overcompensated” by almost RM 10 million more. Wong has now deflected by saying the public should ask the concessionaire for more details on that instead.”
“Lastly, Wong has audaciously told the public that Najib will not be visiting Sibu in this state election campaigning period as he (Najib) is disappointed with the people of Sibu for voting opposition in the last Sibu by-election. Najib has publicly denied that he would not be visiting Sibu. Who is lying here?”
“ The fact that Wong Soon Koh has been caught lying bare-faced four times in a week reveals the caliber of the man who aspires the represent the people in Bawang Assan. The people of Sibu and Bawang Assan should judge for themselves if they can still trust him as an elected representative anymore,” Liew ended