7 Mar 2012

DEPRAVED DATUKS – New Shocking Evidence Against Mong & Masing!

DEPRAVED DATUKS – New Shocking Evidence Against Mong & Masing!

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Utterly depraved - a man who takes from the disabled while stealing kickbacks from his constituency lands

The BN Agriculture Minister, Mong Dagang, who demanded that a disabled man be deprived of his RM300 a month support and the PRS leader, James Masing, who supported his action, have both been caught seeking illegal kickbacks for themselves in a joint venture worth tens of millions!

They were making the money out of NCR land defrauded from their own constituents in the same area!

Ultimate depravity

No incident better sums up the shocking depravity of Taib Mahmud’s regime in Sarawak than the appalling meanness and greed, as well as extraordinary arrogance, that has now been exposed in these two key Ministers as a result of this disgusting affair.

The story began to unravel at the start of this week when disabled farmer, Frusis Lebi, at last discovered why his meagre allowance of RM300 a month had suddenly been stopped.

Frusis Lebi clutches Mong Dagang's heartless letter with one of his two deformed hands

The money was an allocation in recognition of his deformed hands and feet, which makes it an extraordinary burden to try to scrape a living.

Embarrassed officials had finally told Frusis that the reason was that his own Sri Aman MP, Agriculture Minister Mong Dagang, had actually written a letter on headed official paper commanding them to cut off his allowance, because he had supported the opposition in the election!

They gave him a copy of the letter, which told officials to end “all forms of government assistance” to Fusis, who was identified as a disabled person by Mong Dagang.  The Minister explained his outrageous reason thus:

“This is because he has gone against government policies and openly supported the opposition candidate in the 2011 state election,” [story broken in Malaysiakini]

Arrogance

Shocked onlookers, who could scarcely believe this letter could be true, waited for Dagang to deny the document and claim forgery.  Instead, however, the Minister not only admitted he had written it, but he sought to justify his actions!

“As a man of principle, I am not going to back out,” the depraved Mong declared. “We cannot continue to give welfare assistance and subsidies because he is a strong opposition supporter!”

Signed!

What kind of sham democracy does this man think he is part of in Sarawak, that he does not even bother to pretend that BN doesn’t victimise those who seek to exercise their basic rights to vote for whom they like?

Given up pretending? Masing makes clear that BN don't win elections, they steal them.

And what kind of petty arrogance is in such a man, that he wishes to take such revenge on a disabled person?

And finally, how stupid can he be that he does not realise how he can only alienate more voters by such appalling and disgusting acts of intimidation?

Even more astonishing was the next development.  None other than James Masing, one of Taib’s top Ministerial allies and President of the supposed Dayak party PRS, came out in support of Mong Dangang too!

This Minister for Land Development went on record to tick off Mr Lebit by announcing ” jangan lawan towkay” [don't fight the bosses]!

Masing smugly elaborated:

“in any organisation, including political parties, we cannot go against our boss. That is the golden rule in life which we must observe”.

Mr Masing who benefitted from an Australian university education (through which he was largely assisted by his then wife) is clearly in need of a basic political re-education.  It is the people who are the boss and he has been elected to SERVE them.

No help for this man from the multi-millionaire Depraved Datuks

His threats against voters for the opposition are an open admission that BN do not win elections in Sarawak, they steal them by cheating, intimidation, bribing and rigging.

And today, it has been reported that this threatening intimidation and abuse of power has just been stepped up even further in this case, as the police were dragged into the matter and instructed to arrest Frusis Lebi and harass him further.

Lebi, whose painful deformities are plain to see, says that the police wanted to know which official had released the copy of Mong Dagang’s letter to him!

No guesses as to who is wanting to know that and why.

However, Mr Dagang should stop bothering to persecute whoever spilled the beans, because now a far more damaging letter, also written by him, has come into the open.

Fraudsters in a criminal regime – Fresh Expose!

Thanks to the new information and our further research, Sarawak Report can now expose just why it was that James Masing was so quick to come to the defence of Mong Dagang yesterday. It is because the two men are also joined in a fraudulent enterprise to make money out of their constituents’ lands.

Their company Noble Rewards Sdn Bhd has been taking kickbacks from the sale of plantation territories in Sri Aman.

Ignoble Rewards! - The benefactors of the kickbacks demanded for these lands are Mong Dagong's wife, James Masing's brother and the wife of Masings Private Secretary

The proof of the scam comes in yet another letter signed by Mong Dagang.  Indeed Mong Dagang’s predilection for signing letters written on headed paper has been an abiding characteristic of this scandal, making his arrogance a large part of his undoing.

The second “Private and Confidential” letter came to light today and, as the signature is now familiar to us all, Mong Dagang will be hard-put to deny it this time!  In the letter Dagang makes clear that he is seeking kickbacks from participants in a land development scheme.

The 70,000 acres in question came from NCR landowners in his own constituency!

"The balance will be paid 50% to the undersigned" through "our nominees"!

This is the text of the damning secret letter signed by Mong Dagang:

“DEWAN UNDANGAN NEGERI SARAWAK

PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL

18th June 1997,

Kho Chee Pheng,

Megaruma Sdn Bhd,18, Jalan Kulas,93400, Kuching

Proposed Development of Oil Palm Plantation Area of Approximately 70, 000 Acres, More or Less At Kelingkang Range, (Bukit Begunan) Sri Aman, Sarawak

As an elected representative of the area I hereby authorized Mr Kho Chee Pheng (IC NO. 540905- 13 – 5653), of No.34, Three Hills Park, Lorong 2, Jalan Foochow Road No.1, 93300, Kuching, Sarawak, to propose, organize and invite any potential investor(s) intending to established and to develop on a joint venture basis with the landowners on oil palm plantation at Kelingkang Range, (Bukit Begunan), Sri Aman, Sarawak

I the Undersigned hereby agree that the investor(s) will have to pay at least RM1000,00 per acre and after deduction of the up front to LCDA the balance will be divided 50% to the undersign and 50% to Kho Chee Pheng

I also agreed that any of the three companies, Noble Reserves Sdn Bhd, Noble Resources Sdn Bhd or Noble Rewards Sdn Bhd to be used for the joint venture with the investor)s). Together herewith I enclosed my personal and curriculum vitae and also three (3) photocopies of our nominees Identity Cards, namely Bawang Ak Dem (IC NO. 660424-13-5886), Leyta Kupa (IC NO. 651120-13-5532) and Henry Yan Masing (IC NO. KP553094) for you to register into any of the three companies

If you need any assistance please do contact me,

Sekian, Terima Kasih,

(YB Mong Ak Dagang)

AHLI DEWAN UNDANGAN NEGERI N.22 BUKIT BEGUNAN

Kickback is worth at least RM 70 million !

Trust me to earn a packet out of your timber and your lands. Mong Dagang has exploited his people.

The kickback referred to in this letter by Dangang adds up to at least RM 70 million!

He is demanding “at least” RM1,000 per acre of the 70,000 acres of land that is being developed into plantations, minus whatever paltry premium was requested by the Land Custody and Development Authority (LCDA), which is itself controlled by this band of political conspirators!

Our company research (above) has now confirmed that the main shareholders of the company Noble Rewards Sdn Bhd, to be used for the ‘joint venture’ proposed in this crooked scheme are Bawang Anak Deru, Mong Dagang’s own wife; Henry Masing, James Masing’s brother and Leyta Kupa, wife of James Masing’s private secretary Wilson Ugak.

Sarawak Report asks what right does Mong Dagang think he has “as an elected representative of my area” to “authorise such a kickback fraud?

And how can he have been so blatantly and stupidly arrogant as to demand that it is then paid to his own nominees in this letter written in 1997?

Law case

Thick as Thieves! Mong and Masing posing with the people!

According to native rights lawyer and PKR Assemblyman, the See Chee How, this area of Sri Aman is already subject to a law case brought against the joint venture partners in this scheme and the LCDA by native landowners who had rejected first the logging and then the plantation of their area.

Mr See Chee How explains that over 50% had rejected the plantation and many had also rejected the paltry RM1,000 per family that had been offered for the area’s valuable timber by these politician thieves.

Nevertheless the project was pushed through by Land Development Minister Masing and local YB Mong Dagang on the basis that the local people would benefit.

It surely comes as little surprise that the native land owners were yet to receive any dividends from the enterprise after the first 6 years!

“This qualifies as fraud”, See Chee How explains, because the local elected representative, Mong Dagang and Land Development Minister, Masing, had been trying to convince people they would be able to take a 30% share of the joint venture and share the profits in return for their land:

 “They tell the people ‘let the LCDA develop your land and you will get 30% of the joint venture and profit’.  However the people were not told about this huge kickback.  Under the joint venture that money should have been shared among the people, not paid to nominees of the very politicians who were talking them into the scheme!”[See Chee How]

No surprise

Dirty Datuks, dancing to the same corrupt tune as they make millions out of the land belonging to their constituents

Consider the shocking nature of this situation.  The same two politicians, who took revenge on a disabled man for flying an opposition flag during the last election by taking away his RM300 a month, have been stealing tens of millions of ringgit in secret backhanders for Native Customary Land in the same region.

Think how many poor and disabled people could have been helped by that RM70 million, which was taken from the people to whom the land had rightfully belonged.

Why should the people of Sri Aman want to vote for a representative who has forced them to surrender their lands (even though more than 50% had objected) so that in the process  they can defraud them of millions of ringgit in backhanders?

How dare such Dirty Datuks stand up and have the cheek to lecture and patronise the people of Sri Aman, whose land and wealth they have stolen, and tell them “who is boss”?

Yet See Chee How says to him it is no surprise:

“I can only say this is very typical of BN.  All the BN political representatives are depriving the local natives of their lands for their own benefit”, he told Sarawak Report

Sarawak Report looks forward to the court case.  Under genuine justice these politician thieves would have to repay their people millions of ringgit and face a criminal trial as well.

 

 

 

 

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  • http://- iban samarahan

    what a total shame..bring them down

  • Politik Of Debolotment

    Jangan Lawan Towkey, Masing said??? HA HA HA!!! Such a silly joke when Masing used to do it Lawan Taib 1987 lah HA HA HA!!!

    After that Masing fold-down U-turn under Taib/UMNO but it’s OK lah must get reward!

    And yes James Masing own wife Corrine Bua also enjoy BN big projek debolotment!

    That’s a great reward for being a Good Storyteller and defender of Taib Krony Kapitalism!

    _______________________

    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :

    Company Name : UNTANG JAYA SDN. BHD.

    Address : LOT 345, TINGKAT 2 BANGUNAN MARA KAPIT

    Postcode : 96800

    Town : KAPIT

    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:

    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan

    1.BANGSA ANAK UNTANG MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN

    2.CORINNE BUA NYIPA MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    3.RHEINELD MINOR AK. PANYAU MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    4.SALIM ANAK PAI MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    H.Maklumat Projek:

    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Klien

    1. Pembinaan , Penaiktarafan dan Pembaikpulihan Sekolah-Sekolah dan Asrama di Negeri Sarawak RM

    2. Merekabentuk, Membina, Membekal, Menyiap dan Menyelenggara Set Janakuasa Sekolah di Kawasan Luar Bandar bagi Pakej Kapit, Sarawak RM

    3. Projek Membina & Menyiapkan Jalan Raya Dari Rumah Kuta/Ugap Ke SK Rantau Panjai, Kapit 11-08-2010 RM 56,866,703.60 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    4. Membekal Diesel, Mengoperasi Serta Menyelenggara Set Janakuasa Di Sekolah-Sekolah Kawasan Luar Bandar, Negeri Sarawak Bagi Pakej Kapit 1 28-06-2010 RM 33,955,470.40 KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (BAHAGIAN PEROLEHAN DAN PENGURUSAN ASET)

    5. Cdgn Mbina & Menyiapkan Kabin Bilik Darjah, Kabin Rumah Guru, Perabot Dan Peralatan Di Sarawak – Projek Pakej Ransangan Ekonomi Ke – 2 ( Pakej 6 ) 16-09-2009 RM 13,246,470.00 KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (BAHAGIAN PEMBANGUNAN)

    6. Construction and Completion of the Proposed R.C Cargo Wharf at Song, Kapit Division. 15-09-2004 RM

    7. Construction and Completion of Proposed One Block Class ‘G’ Flat (7 Units) for Proposed Forest District Office and Enforcement Division, Jalan Kuala Segan, Bintulu Division. Sarawak. 18-04-2003 RM

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    Accept reality, group tells CM

    Sarawak Tribune, 12 March 1987

    KUALA LUMPUR – The group of 28 elected representatives of Bersatu yesterday welcomed Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir’s advice to the Chief Minister, Datuk Patinggi Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, that the present crisis be handled within the bounds of the State constitution.

    Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir was reported as having told the Chief Minister this on Tuesday when he met a delegation of Barisan Nasional leaders from the state at Seri Perdana.

    The group also described as “unwise” the calling of a snap state election to solve the crisis.

    A spokeman for the group, Dr James Masing of Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS), said that “in the period of political turmoil, uncertainty and the emergence of polarisation in the state, there is no guarantee that issues detrimental to racial harmony and stability will not be brought forth during an election campaign”

    Dr Masing said this in a statement issued at a hotel here which is the group’s temporary base in the city.

    The statement was issued after one of its delegations met Umno Youth head Anwar Ibrahim.

    Dr Masing said the group wanted to “get down to the business of the government without delay, for any further delay is bound to afffect the welfare of the people.”

    He said that since 28 of the 48 state assemblymen had expressed their loss of confidence in Datuk Patinggi Taib, the Chief Minister was constitutionally bound to tender his resignation and allow the group to form a new government.

    He reminded the Chief Minister of the meaning of Article 7-1 of the State constitution which states: If the Chief Minister ceases to command the confidence of a majority of the members of Dewan Undangan Negeri, then unless at his request the Yang di-Pertua Negeri dissolves the Dewan Undangan Negeri, the Chief Minister shall tender the resignation of the members of Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri.”

    Datuk Taib and company must accept this because this is what the State constitution provides. The Chief Minister should not cling to power when he knows for certain that he has ceased to command the majority support in Council Negeri. If Datuk Taib truly cares for the people of Sarawak, then he must resign forthwith,” he said.

    “Bersatu does not wish to wash dirty linen in public nor involve in mud-slinging because this will only bring about bitter recriminations and will not help to solve the problem. We want to get down to the business of government without delay for any further is bound to affect the welfare of the people.” he added.

    He said Tun Rahman has denied an allegation that Tengku Razaleigh and himself are the prime movers in the move by Bersatu. “This allegation is part of Datuk Taib’s effort to pit Bersatu against the Prime Minister,” he added.

    The Bersatu group and Tun Rahman fully support the leadership of the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister, he said.

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    Masing believes Taib clean

    Borneo Post, June 23, 2011, Thursday

    CENTRE OF MEDIA ATTENTION: Reporters crowd around a speaker in the Media Room as Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud delivers his personal statement regarding the investigation by the Swiss Federation into his alleged assets in Switzerland.

    KUCHING: Land Development Minister Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing said he believed Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud is innocent of all the corruption allegations hurled at him.

    The Baleh assemblyman also lauded Taib for being brave enough to tackle the issue head on yesterday.

    He said this when asked to comment on Taib’s explanations to the State Legislative Assembly (DUN) yesterday that he does not own a Swiss bank account or assets and investments in Switzerland.

    “It is very good for him (Taib) to tackle the issue straight on.

    “That is what I expected a leader to do. As a politician you must not hide anything. If you have nothing to hide then go straight on because we are judged by public perception,” Masing said.

    Masing added that he was “impressed and satisfied” with the Chief Minister’s answer and he eagerly awaits the Swiss authorities to respond.

    “The onus of proof is from the other side,” Masing stressed.

    Asked whether the public would be convinced of Taib’s innocence, Masing lamented that members of the public always make judgement based on emotion and not the law.

    That, he added, represented one of the toughest obstacles which all politicians have to endure.

    “We are not judged by the fine lines of the law. We are judged by allegations, half truths and lies.”

    Meanwhile, Second Minister of Finance Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh said what Taib did yesterday was to make it known to the whole world that the graft allegations were unfair to him.

    “Of course once the allegation is made and published in the press, not only the image of the Chief Minister but the state government of Sarawak may be tarnished,” he lamented.

    Therefore, he added, it was important for Taib to make the statement in DUN to redeem himself and to clear his name.

    “I think it is the right thing to do,” Soon Koh said.

    Meanwhile, the Chief Minister’s statement failed to impress PKR leaders.

    State PKR liaison chief and Ba Kelalan assemblyman Baru Bian said it was “quite unfortunate” that Taib’s statement was not put up for debate.

    He pointed out that there was no mention of whether the Chief Minister’s letter had been replied to and that PKR would be interested to know what Taib wrote and the reply, if any, to it.

    “As it has been reported that this involves MACC, we hope that the whole investigation will continue on in spite of the explanations he (Taib) made in the Dewan…as it is only an explanation. If there is really truth in it, then of course it is of concern to the public at large, especially Sarawakians,” said Baru.

    When asked whether the Chief Minister’s denial would help to assuage public concerns, Baru said he did not think so as there was nothing particularly significant about the statement.

    “You need to have concrete facts and evidence and decisions made either by the Swiss President or authority of Switzerland, or even from MACC. The report we hear is about an ongoing kind of investigation, so as for now, we’ll leave it as it is.

    “Unless they come up with a conclusion, it’s nothing that would wipe out any doubts or anything for that matter.”

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    S’wak minister draws flak over Penan rape

    Masing: “Penan are very good storytellers”

    By Keruah Usit, Malaysia Kini, Dec 9, 2009 12:47pm
    http://www.malaysiakini.com/news/119379

    Sarawak Land Minister James Masing has come under fire for his scornful dismissal of claims that Penan girls and women have been sexually abused by employees of logging companies.

    In an interview with BBC Radio 4′s flagship Today programme, broadcast on Dec 7, Masing said: “I think this is where we get confused. I think… the Penan are a most interesting group of people and they operate on different social etiquette as us… a lot this sex by consensual sex.”

    BBC correspondent Angus Stickler then quoted Mary, a young Penan teenager, as saying that she had been dragged from her room, beaten unconscious and raped, after she had hitched a ride to school on a logging truck.

    A federal government task force had confirmed in a report on Sept 9 that girls as young as 10 had been raped by loggers. Like Mary, some have borne children as a result of rape.

    Masing, however, told the BBC: “They change their stories, and when they feel like it. That’s why I say Penan are very good storytellers.”

    His remark is typical of the Sarawak government response. The official line has been to deny the rape of Penan girls and women by loggers, and to smear the Penan as primitive and promiscuous liars, while declaring that logging is a form of development.

    The Sarawak government has asserted that logging brings roads, even if they are poorly maintained, to remote native Dayak communities.

    However, the same roads have led to numerous reports of sexual assault on local Dayak, including Penan, girls, by logging company drivers and employees.

    Masing’s slur of “changing stories” may be a reference to the police report lodged by a Penan rape survivor, ‘Bibi’, who withdraw her allegation.

    But the Penan Support Group (PSG), a civil society coalition, pointed out her alleged rapist, Ah Heng (called ‘Johnny’ in the task force report) had escorted her to make the retraction. It said Ah Heng threatened and intimidated her into changing her story.

    The PSG have criticised the police for closing their investigation into the sexual abuse, although the police had a representative in the task force.

    The Bruno Manser Foundation (BMF), a NGO based in Switzerland that works for the Penan in Sarawak, has called on Masing to issue an apology.

    The BMF had highlighted the sexual abuse of Penan by loggers last year. This sparked ocal media coverage and led eventually to the high-level task force investigation.

    Masing’s changing story

    Masing is unlikely to comply with any request to apologise. He is a leader of the Dayak-based Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS), a splinter group from the Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS).

    The PBDS nearly took over the Sarawak government in 1987 from Abdul Taib Mahmud, the most tenacious chief minister in the history of Malaysia.

    Masing was PBDS vice-president and a stalwart of the opposition against Taib’s leadership of the state Barisan Nasional (BN) at the time. With a doctorate in anthropology, Masing was one of the most articulate political voices expressing the anger of the majority Dayaks, over the loss of their land to logging and plantation companies.

    Following a crushing PBDS defeat in state elections in 1991, the party was broken and returned to the state BN. Masing was instrumental in dismantling the PBDS. He set up the PRS in 2003, claiming to represent Dayak people in the state BN.

    Since then, he has been vilified by the Dayak communities fighting for their customary land rights all over Sarawak. The Penan, numbering some 15,000, are one of the ethnic groups included under the Dayak umbrella.

    Masing is a highly qualified anthropologist. He understands the false dichotomy between ‘them’ and ‘us’. He has been trained in the cultural sensitivity required of all ethnographers and, as such, should serve as a Dayak spokesman for the Sarawak government.

    Instead, he has become a vociferous defender of the Sarawak government’s abysmal record of deprivation of the Dayaks’ native customary rights (NCR) to land. He has transformed into the nemesis of his previous identity as a proponent of Dayak rights.

    Sarawak’s political rivalries have thrown up public announcements and graphic descriptions of how its ministers allocate timber licences to family members and friends. They in turn lease the licences to loggers to extract timber. The logging companies – and their benefactors – have grown fabulously rich from their concessions.

    Under the Sarawak Land Code 1958, natives are entitled to claim land they have used under customary law or adat. The Federal Court has affirmed the natives’ customary claims in celebrated landmark decisions such as Nor Nyawai vs Borneo Pulp Plantation Sdn Bhd, and Madeli Salleh vs the Government of Sarawak.

    Regardless of court decisions, the logging companies, oil palm plantations and hydro-electric dam construction corporations have bulldozed these NCR claims aside. The state government claims all land without title is state land, even if NCR claims are pending.

    Frustrated by the failure of the law to protect their communal farms and forests – and with landmark court cases ignored by the executive – Dayak communities have set up many blockades against the logging and oil palm companies.

    Yet Masing continues to deny the widespread hardship among rural Dayak. He was disparaging about the Dayaks who fought for their land rights.

    “You’re looking at state land. That land belongs to the government,” he told the BBC.

    “But you cannot condone people who are squatters who are in areas where they should not be. If it is indeed their land, the law of the land will take care of that.”

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    Masing pleads ‘not guilty’ over indigenous displacement

    Masing: “There was “crony capitalism” going on in Sarawak”

    Malaysia Kini, Mar 21, 2009

    Sarawak Land Development Minister James Masing told a tv news channel that he has absolutely no guilt over the displacement of indigenous people caused by the construction of hydro-electric dams in the state.

    “I don’t feel guilty. I feel that is the correct way of doing it. I don’t have any guilt feeling for trying to help my people,” said Masing on the Al-Jazeera’s 101 East programme Thursday night.

    Host Fauziah Ibrahim had asked Masing if he felt guilty, as a person of indigenous descent, over indigenous people being displaced to make way for economic development.

    During the programme, Masing defended the construction of dams, such as the massive Bakun hydroelectric dam and the proposal to build 12 new ones, because the state government was preparing for the future.

    “Sarawak has enough energy as it is today. But we must look 20 years down the road. By that time we may not have enough energy. You know very well the cost of fuel (is escalating),” he said.

    Masing defends CM

    Masing also defended the involvement of Cahaya Mata Sarawak (CMS), a company owned by family members of Chief Minister Taib Mahmud in the construction of the dams.

    “The dam constructions are done to legal tenders. The lowest tender gets it. It doesn’t matter if CMS or somebody else. It must be done on tender basis.

    “That is very transparent. The international community can take a look at it… it is an open book for everyone to look,” he said.

    When Fuziah pointed out that there are numerous cases in which projects were given to companies linked to Taib without open tenders, Masing said: “I was not aware of it”.

    Fuziah replied by that the Similajau aluminum smelting plant was given to CMS while the construction of several bridges were awarded to Titanium Management Sdn Bhd, which Taib’s eldest son Mahmud Abu Bekir holds substantial interest in.

    ‘Everything was transparent’

    Even with evidence presented before him, Masing maintained that these awards were given fairly and in accordance with the law.

    “We have rules and laws… If there is a decision made by people who have vested interest, there are laws which does not allow it. It is illegal for people in authority to give authority with vested interest.

    “All these things have been done through open tenders. They are transparent,” he said.

    “In the case of the aluminum smelter, there were a few companies that were asked to bid for it. I know. And the best company gets it.

    “Unfortunately, it was given to a company where the authority has some interest. But it is done legally,” he added.

    ‘I’m a friend of the chief minister’

    Meanwhile, Fuziah also scrutinised Masing over his links to Taib. Masing admitted that he was an “ally” to Taib, but gave a less outright answer when asked if he was Taib’s “crony”.

    “I don’t think (so). Crony means friends. I am a friend of the chief minister,” he said.

    On whether there was “crony capitalism” going on in Sarawak, Masing replied in the negative because no one has been brought to book over such matters.

    “I don’t think so. If there is, those who deal in it would be dealt by the law. Until today, there is nothing. One must assume there is no cronyism as such,” he said .

    On who would keep the chief minister and his family accountable, Masing said the electorate would .

    “I believe the voters in Sarawak are a very intelligent group of people,” he added .

  • Lucasanyie

    Relevant to the report, I can only say …

    Proverbs 31: 8-9

    “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly, defend the rights of the poor and needy.”

    Anonymous:

    “May be sometimes some of us in this life, we may feel great at times, but there will be times that we are nothing and will regret that we thought we were great”

  • aborium

    You’re looking at conscience-dead Ministers who can’t see beyond politics, entrapped by money, and without a drop of human compassion even for the disabled, and punitively taking away his benefits. Are these the kind of Ministers that deserve our respect? Or our scorn? You decide. We despise.

  • Politik Of Debolotment

    Another looting by PRS member of parliament YB Billy Abit Joo

    The collecting and transferring logs and biomass waste which float in the Bakun dam catchment area may sounds like a good business as claimed by YB Billy (local people hold 50 per cent of the share and the other 50 belongs to Wargana Consortium S/B) but the lion share easy money still gone to himself as co-owner of Wargana Consortium S/B

    On top of that as usual he enjoy BN big projek debolotments via Sarabrand S/B rewards for supporting big dams too!

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    Windfall from Bakun

    Billy Abit: We provide the opportunities for the local people to get involved in the project

    November 14, 2010, Sunday, The Borneo Post

    Bakun Reservoir Project 02, which involves collecting logs and biomass waste, starts next week

    BAKUN: Residents in the vicinity of Sungai Asap, Belaga, will enjoy significant benefits once the Bakun Reservoir Project 02 (BRP02) begins next week.

    This project involves collecting and transferring logs and biomass waste which float in the Bakun Hydroelectric Dam catchment area.

    Hulu Rejang MP Datuk Billy Abit Joo said the duration of the contract is three years.

    The local people hold 50 per cent of the share and the other 50 belongs to Wargana Consortium Sdn Bhd.

    “Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd estimates that some 60,000 tonnes of floating wood need to be collected during the contract period,” said Billy who is also chairman of Wargana Consortium.

    He was met yesterday at ‘Pelah Pelenyep Daleh’ an Orang Ulu ceremony organised by Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd, Wargana Consortium Sdn Bhd and Sinaran Bakun (M) Bhd near dam.

    Billy said in the meantime the collection of logs and floating biomass is affected by the water in the dam.

    “When the water is low levels not much wood is collected. The work of collecting and transporting the wood is very important as it affects the sustainability and durability of the dam,” he said, adding that most of the floating timbers are from the forests and logging camps nearby.

    “We provide the opportunities for the local people to get involved in the project by using their longboats,” he said.

    He said some 17 boats belonging to the local people will be used in the project and if necessary the number will be increased.

    He said it was the second such project. The first one was for the collection of biomass. It was completed in less than a year last year (2009).

    According to him, the project covers an area of 50 kilometres.

    “The catchment area needs to be free of the floating timbers and biomass which could hinder the passage of people using the lake and other activities of local residents,” he said.

    General manager (special functions) of Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd, Dato Sirajuddin Salleh; political secretary to chief minister, Ageline Umih Tujok; Temenggong Dato Sri Nyipa Batuk; and community leaders were among those present at the ceremony.

    ____________________

    Rally behind BN gov’t, MP advises Belaga folks

    New Sarawak Tribune Thursday, 12 January 2012

    KAPIT: Hulu Rajang Member of Parliament Datuk Billy Abit Joo said the people in Asap and Belaga had experienced tremendous development over the past five years brought about by a caring Barisan Nasional (BN) government.

    “The people should continue to rally behind Barisan Nasional under the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Chief Minister Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud.

    Hulu Rajang is the best example of where the 1Malaysia concept of “People First, Performance Now” had been realised.

    “All the developments of the past five years in Hulu Rajang has been due to compassionate top leaders who have the peoples’ interests in their hearts as practised by rural Member of Parliament such as myself.As I have previously voiced out, this new effective approach by the government has allowed us to feel more “empowered” to serve the people better”, Billy said.

    He was officiating the “Pasar Ria Kaum” and “Bapa Uma Bakah” events at the Bakun Resettlement Scheme at Sungai Koyan, Asap in Belaga district recently.

    Billy added that the BN government was aware of the need to develop NCR lands urgently.

    It had led to many schemes and subsidies by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) and RISDA assisting the people with “cash crop” planting.

    “The main purpose of these assistance by the government was to ensure the Dayaks would fully utilise their land especially NCR land to reduce the poverty gap between the rural and town people.

    With the development of this land, roads leading to the agriculture lots would be improved as well,” he said.

    He said that the Minister of Plantation and Commodities, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok had personally looked into the problems faced by the people in Belaga regarding their agriculture lots.

    It had led to MPOB providing all residents there with free oil palm seedlings.

    The people in Belaga, he said, had already started planting the oil palms and would reap the benefits soon.

    Billy cited the giving of the 1Malaysia laptop computers, cash aid of RM500 to families with household monthly earning below RM3,000 and the RM100 cash incentive to all students as examples of the government’s effort to assist the rural people.

    He said the people of Asap including himself were grateful to the government for resolving the re-settlers debt and land issues.

    Billy also urged the people in Asap to venture into developing the tourism potentials especially around the lake of the Bakun Dam.

    Billy said he was still enthusiastic about serving the people in Belaga and Baleh.

    “I believed that more development especially mega-hydro-projects such as the Bakun, Murum and Baleh dams would be coming their way,” he promised.

    “Since I was first elected as Member of Parliament in 1990, community development had been my main priority and it had driven me to continue serving my constituent more effectively with rejuvenated energy.Today I am proud to note that the Orang Ulu community has gone very far since then and achieved much success,” he said.

    At the event, he announced a RM5,000 grant for the Husbands Association in Uma Bakah and a RM20,000 grant for the improvement of the gravity-feed water pipe system to the longhouse.

    Billy praised the people in Uma Bakah for organising the event and commended them for completing the construction of the multipurpose court in time.

    The strong “gotong-royong” spirit shown by the longhouse residents in successfully completing the project served as an example for other longhouses.

    Speaking on behalf of the community, the Chairman of the Village Security and Development Committee, Padan Bisau said they were grateful for all assistance given by Billy and the BN government recently that had benefited the people in Uma Bakah tremendously.

    Also present at the function were the Administrative Officer in-charge of Sungai Asap sub-district, Kuba Lusat, Pemanca Tony Kulleh, Penghulu Saging Bit and Penghulu Danny Ibang.

    ____________________

    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :

    Company Name : SARABRAND SDN. BHD.

    Address : LEVEL 1, 982 BDC COMMERCIAL CENTRE TAMAN SATRIA JAYA, JALAN STUTONG

    Postcode 93350

    Town : KUCHING

    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:

    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan

    1.BILLY ABIT JOO MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    2.NGUMBANG @ KIBAK ANAK DATU MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    3.OPANG LUHAT @ HENRY OPANG LUHAT MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN

    H.Maklumat Projek:

    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Klien

    1. Menaiktaraf Jalan Lidong/ Lipat, Bahagian Betong 28-07-2010 RM 5,037,497.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    2. Projek Kaw. Ternakan Khinzir (KTK) Di Pasir Putih, Bhg. Samarahan, Swk. Package B5 – Raw Water Reservoir, Perimeter Fence & Other Infra-structure Works 28-06-2010 RM 9,989,839.84 JABATAN PERTANIAN SARAWAK (IBU PEJABAT)

    3. Cadangan Program Pembinaan, Penaiktarafan Dan Pembaikpulihan Sekolah-Sekolah Dan Asrama Di Negeri Sarawak – Asrama SMK Kapit 23-04-2008 RM 17,500,000.00 KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (BAHAGIAN PEMBANGUNAN)

  • Lachau Jinggau

    Mong,Masing,Jabu & lain -lain BN YB’s Mereka adalah pemimpin rakus,tiada hati perut atau tiada perikemanusiaan. Mereka dah buat banyak dosa. Kerana itu,Sumpahan besar dari rakyat ke atas mereka akan terjadi. Jadi, Tuhan akan hukum mereka satu per satu mulai bila -bila masa.

  • Dayak Seranta

    Sinu aku ninga OKU nyadi mangsa 2 iku YB kitai Dayak. Amat jai ga akal seduai iya enti munyi nya. Penemu YB dua iku nya baka penemu samseng, apek bayat, lanun & penemu sampah masyarakat. Kada enda udah dirasuk sitan untak seduai iya. Enti seduai iya ngena sereta nitihka adat limau keresi (demokrasi) baka di Amerika (rakyat bebas milih ni pati kedeka sida) enda patut sekali-kali mantaika penemu jai baka nya. Niang apai aku ke enda besekula nadai kala ngajar kami bala anak jai akal jai adat baka seduai nya. Enti takut alah bepilih anang enggau orang bepelitik. Manah agi majuka pengawa betanam betupi engka agi enda laku kereja perintah. Minta orang ti manah ati nulung OKU ti nyadi mangsa pelitik sitan YB ngereput ngagai polis tauka madah ngagai Najib/Muhiddin ngambi seduai iya nemu penyai ulah bala YB Barisan di Sarawak. Najib/Muhiddin naka pemanah enggau rakyat sida empu enda ngira penyukung /pembangkang. Bejuta – juta duit BN beri ke Kelantan taja Kelantan pegai Pembangkang. Nyau ka lungkup meh perintah barisan kini kelai yb barisan jai agi ulah ari orang periman.

  • Politic Of Debolotment

    Jangan Lawan Towkey, Masing said??? HA HA HA!!! Such a silly joke when Masing used to do it Lawan Taib 1987 lah HA HA HA!!!

    After that Masing fold-down U-turn under Taib/UMNO but it’s OK lah must get reward!

    And yes James Masing own wife Corrine Bua also enjoy BN big projek debolotment!

    That’s a great reward for being a Good Storyteller and defender of Taib Krony Kapitalism!
    _______________________

    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :
    Company Name : UNTANG JAYA SDN. BHD.
    Address : LOT 345, TINGKAT 2 BANGUNAN MARA KAPIT
    Postcode : 96800
    Town : KAPIT
    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:
    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan
    1.BANGSA ANAK UNTANG MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN
    2.CORINNE BUA NYIPA MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    3.RHEINELD MINOR AK. PANYAU MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    4.SALIM ANAK PAI MALAYSIA PENGARAH

    H.Maklumat Projek:
    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Klien
    1. Pembinaan , Penaiktarafan dan Pembaikpulihan Sekolah-Sekolah dan Asrama di Negeri Sarawak RM
    2. Merekabentuk, Membina, Membekal, Menyiap dan Menyelenggara Set Janakuasa Sekolah di Kawasan Luar Bandar bagi Pakej Kapit, Sarawak RM
    3. Projek Membina & Menyiapkan Jalan Raya Dari Rumah Kuta/Ugap Ke SK Rantau Panjai, Kapit 11-08-2010 RM 56,866,703.60 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK
    4. Membekal Diesel, Mengoperasi Serta Menyelenggara Set Janakuasa Di Sekolah-Sekolah Kawasan Luar Bandar, Negeri Sarawak Bagi Pakej Kapit 1 28-06-2010 RM 33,955,470.40 KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (BAHAGIAN PEROLEHAN DAN PENGURUSAN ASET)
    5. Cdgn Mbina & Menyiapkan Kabin Bilik Darjah, Kabin Rumah Guru, Perabot Dan Peralatan Di Sarawak – Projek Pakej Ransangan Ekonomi Ke – 2 ( Pakej 6 ) 16-09-2009 RM 13,246,470.00 KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (BAHAGIAN PEMBANGUNAN)
    6. Construction and Completion of the Proposed R.C Cargo Wharf at Song, Kapit Division. 15-09-2004 RM
    7. Construction and Completion of Proposed One Block Class ‘G’ Flat (7 Units) for Proposed Forest District Office and Enforcement Division, Jalan Kuala Segan, Bintulu Division. Sarawak. 18-04-2003 RM
    ____________________________

    Accept reality, group tells CM
    Sarawak Tribune, 12 March 1987

    KUALA LUMPUR – The group of 28 elected representatives of Bersatu yesterday welcomed Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir’s advice to the Chief Minister, Datuk Patinggi Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud, that the present crisis be handled within the bounds of the State constitution.

    Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir was reported as having told the Chief Minister this on Tuesday when he met a delegation of Barisan Nasional leaders from the state at Seri Perdana.

    The group also described as “unwise” the calling of a snap state election to solve the crisis.

    A spokeman for the group, Dr James Masing of Parti Bansa Dayak Sarawak (PBDS), said that “in the period of political turmoil, uncertainty and the emergence of polarisation in the state, there is no guarantee that issues detrimental to racial harmony and stability will not be brought forth during an election campaign”

    Dr Masing said this in a statement issued at a hotel here which is the group’s temporary base in the city.

    The statement was issued after one of its delegations met Umno Youth head Anwar Ibrahim.

    Dr Masing said the group wanted to “get down to the business of the government without delay, for any further delay is bound to afffect the welfare of the people.”

    He said that since 28 of the 48 state assemblymen had expressed their loss of confidence in Datuk Patinggi Taib, the Chief Minister was constitutionally bound to tender his resignation and allow the group to form a new government.

    He reminded the Chief Minister of the meaning of Article 7-1 of the State constitution which states: If the Chief Minister ceases to command the confidence of a majority of the members of Dewan Undangan Negeri, then unless at his request the Yang di-Pertua Negeri dissolves the Dewan Undangan Negeri, the Chief Minister shall tender the resignation of the members of Majlis Mesyuarat Kerajaan Negeri.”

    Datuk Taib and company must accept this because this is what the State constitution provides. The Chief Minister should not cling to power when he knows for certain that he has ceased to command the majority support in Council Negeri. If Datuk Taib truly cares for the people of Sarawak, then he must resign forthwith,” he said.

    “Bersatu does not wish to wash dirty linen in public nor involve in mud-slinging because this will only bring about bitter recriminations and will not help to solve the problem. We want to get down to the business of government without delay for any further is bound to affect the welfare of the people.” he added.

    He said Tun Rahman has denied an allegation that Tengku Razaleigh and himself are the prime movers in the move by Bersatu. “This allegation is part of Datuk Taib’s effort to pit Bersatu against the Prime Minister,” he added.

    The Bersatu group and Tun Rahman fully support the leadership of the Prime Minister and the Deputy Prime Minister, he said.
    ________________________

    Masing believes Taib clean
    Borneo Post, June 23, 2011, Thursday

    CENTRE OF MEDIA ATTENTION: Reporters crowd around a speaker in the Media Room as Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud delivers his personal statement regarding the investigation by the Swiss Federation into his alleged assets in Switzerland.

    KUCHING: Land Development Minister Tan Sri Dr James Jemut Masing said he believed Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud is innocent of all the corruption allegations hurled at him.

    The Baleh assemblyman also lauded Taib for being brave enough to tackle the issue head on yesterday.

    He said this when asked to comment on Taib’s explanations to the State Legislative Assembly (DUN) yesterday that he does not own a Swiss bank account or assets and investments in Switzerland.

    “It is very good for him (Taib) to tackle the issue straight on.

    “That is what I expected a leader to do. As a politician you must not hide anything. If you have nothing to hide then go straight on because we are judged by public perception,” Masing said.

    Masing added that he was “impressed and satisfied” with the Chief Minister’s answer and he eagerly awaits the Swiss authorities to respond.

    “The onus of proof is from the other side,” Masing stressed.

    Asked whether the public would be convinced of Taib’s innocence, Masing lamented that members of the public always make judgement based on emotion and not the law.

    That, he added, represented one of the toughest obstacles which all politicians have to endure.

    “We are not judged by the fine lines of the law. We are judged by allegations, half truths and lies.”

    Meanwhile, Second Minister of Finance Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh said what Taib did yesterday was to make it known to the whole world that the graft allegations were unfair to him.

    “Of course once the allegation is made and published in the press, not only the image of the Chief Minister but the state government of Sarawak may be tarnished,” he lamented.

    Therefore, he added, it was important for Taib to make the statement in DUN to redeem himself and to clear his name.

    “I think it is the right thing to do,” Soon Koh said.

    Meanwhile, the Chief Minister’s statement failed to impress PKR leaders.

    State PKR liaison chief and Ba Kelalan assemblyman Baru Bian said it was “quite unfortunate” that Taib’s statement was not put up for debate.

    He pointed out that there was no mention of whether the Chief Minister’s letter had been replied to and that PKR would be interested to know what Taib wrote and the reply, if any, to it.

    “As it has been reported that this involves MACC, we hope that the whole investigation will continue on in spite of the explanations he (Taib) made in the Dewan…as it is only an explanation. If there is really truth in it, then of course it is of concern to the public at large, especially Sarawakians,” said Baru.

    When asked whether the Chief Minister’s denial would help to assuage public concerns, Baru said he did not think so as there was nothing particularly significant about the statement.

    “You need to have concrete facts and evidence and decisions made either by the Swiss President or authority of Switzerland, or even from MACC. The report we hear is about an ongoing kind of investigation, so as for now, we’ll leave it as it is.

    “Unless they come up with a conclusion, it’s nothing that would wipe out any doubts or anything for that matter.”

  • Politic Of Debolotment

    Another looting by PRS member of parliament YB Billy Abit Joo !

    The collecting and transferring logs and biomass waste which float in the Bakun dam catchment area may sounds like a good business as claimed by YB Billy (local people hold 50 per cent of the share and the other 50 belongs to Wargana Consortium S/B) but the lion share easy money still gone to himself as co-owner of Wargana Consortium S/B !

    On top of that as usual he enjoy BN big projek debolotments via Sarabrand S/B rewards for supporting big dams too !!
    _____________________

    Windfall from Bakun
    Billy Abit: We provide the opportunities for the local people to get involved in the project
    November 14, 2010, Sunday, The Borneo Post

    Bakun Reservoir Project 02, which involves collecting logs and biomass waste, starts next week

    BAKUN: Residents in the vicinity of Sungai Asap, Belaga, will enjoy significant benefits once the Bakun Reservoir Project 02 (BRP02) begins next week.

    This project involves collecting and transferring logs and biomass waste which float in the Bakun Hydroelectric Dam catchment area.

    Hulu Rejang MP Datuk Billy Abit Joo said the duration of the contract is three years.

    The local people hold 50 per cent of the share and the other 50 belongs to Wargana Consortium Sdn Bhd.

    “Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd estimates that some 60,000 tonnes of floating wood need to be collected during the contract period,” said Billy who is also chairman of Wargana Consortium.

    He was met yesterday at ‘Pelah Pelenyep Daleh’ an Orang Ulu ceremony organised by Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd, Wargana Consortium Sdn Bhd and Sinaran Bakun (M) Bhd near dam.

    Billy said in the meantime the collection of logs and floating biomass is affected by the water in the dam.

    “When the water is low levels not much wood is collected. The work of collecting and transporting the wood is very important as it affects the sustainability and durability of the dam,” he said, adding that most of the floating timbers are from the forests and logging camps nearby.

    “We provide the opportunities for the local people to get involved in the project by using their longboats,” he said.

    He said some 17 boats belonging to the local people will be used in the project and if necessary the number will be increased.

    He said it was the second such project. The first one was for the collection of biomass. It was completed in less than a year last year (2009).

    According to him, the project covers an area of 50 kilometres.

    “The catchment area needs to be free of the floating timbers and biomass which could hinder the passage of people using the lake and other activities of local residents,” he said.

    General manager (special functions) of Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd, Dato Sirajuddin Salleh; political secretary to chief minister, Ageline Umih Tujok; Temenggong Dato Sri Nyipa Batuk; and community leaders were among those present at the ceremony.
    ____________________

    Rally behind BN gov’t, MP advises Belaga folks
    New Sarawak Tribune Thursday, 12 January 2012

    KAPIT: Hulu Rajang Member of Parliament Datuk Billy Abit Joo said the people in Asap and Belaga had experienced tremendous development over the past five years brought about by a caring Barisan Nasional (BN) government.

    “The people should continue to rally behind Barisan Nasional under the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak and Chief Minister Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud.

    Hulu Rajang is the best example of where the 1Malaysia concept of “People First, Performance Now” had been realised.

    “All the developments of the past five years in Hulu Rajang has been due to compassionate top leaders who have the peoples’ interests in their hearts as practised by rural Member of Parliament such as myself.As I have previously voiced out, this new effective approach by the government has allowed us to feel more “empowered” to serve the people better”, Billy said.

    He was officiating the “Pasar Ria Kaum” and “Bapa Uma Bakah” events at the Bakun Resettlement Scheme at Sungai Koyan, Asap in Belaga district recently.

    Billy added that the BN government was aware of the need to develop NCR lands urgently.

    It had led to many schemes and subsidies by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) and RISDA assisting the people with “cash crop” planting.

    “The main purpose of these assistance by the government was to ensure the Dayaks would fully utilise their land especially NCR land to reduce the poverty gap between the rural and town people.

    With the development of this land, roads leading to the agriculture lots would be improved as well,” he said.

    He said that the Minister of Plantation and Commodities, Tan Sri Bernard Dompok had personally looked into the problems faced by the people in Belaga regarding their agriculture lots.

    It had led to MPOB providing all residents there with free oil palm seedlings.

    The people in Belaga, he said, had already started planting the oil palms and would reap the benefits soon.

    Billy cited the giving of the 1Malaysia laptop computers, cash aid of RM500 to families with household monthly earning below RM3,000 and the RM100 cash incentive to all students as examples of the government’s effort to assist the rural people.

    He said the people of Asap including himself were grateful to the government for resolving the re-settlers debt and land issues.

    Billy also urged the people in Asap to venture into developing the tourism potentials especially around the lake of the Bakun Dam.

    Billy said he was still enthusiastic about serving the people in Belaga and Baleh.

    “I believed that more development especially mega-hydro-projects such as the Bakun, Murum and Baleh dams would be coming their way,” he promised.

    “Since I was first elected as Member of Parliament in 1990, community development had been my main priority and it had driven me to continue serving my constituent more effectively with rejuvenated energy.Today I am proud to note that the Orang Ulu community has gone very far since then and achieved much success,” he said.

    At the event, he announced a RM5,000 grant for the Husbands Association in Uma Bakah and a RM20,000 grant for the improvement of the gravity-feed water pipe system to the longhouse.

    Billy praised the people in Uma Bakah for organising the event and commended them for completing the construction of the multipurpose court in time.

    The strong “gotong-royong” spirit shown by the longhouse residents in successfully completing the project served as an example for other longhouses.

    Speaking on behalf of the community, the Chairman of the Village Security and Development Committee, Padan Bisau said they were grateful for all assistance given by Billy and the BN government recently that had benefited the people in Uma Bakah tremendously.

    Also present at the function were the Administrative Officer in-charge of Sungai Asap sub-district, Kuba Lusat, Pemanca Tony Kulleh, Penghulu Saging Bit and Penghulu Danny Ibang.
    ____________________

    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :
    Company Name : SARABRAND SDN. BHD.
    Address : LEVEL 1, 982 BDC COMMERCIAL CENTRE TAMAN SATRIA JAYA, JALAN STUTONG
    Postcode 93350
    Town : KUCHING
    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:
    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan
    1.BILLY ABIT JOO MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    2.NGUMBANG @ KIBAK ANAK DATU MALAYSIA PENGARAH
    3.OPANG LUHAT @ HENRY OPANG LUHAT MALAYSIA PENGARAH URUSAN

    H.Maklumat Projek:
    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Klien

    1. Menaiktaraf Jalan Lidong/ Lipat, Bahagian Betong 28-07-2010 RM 5,037,497.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    2. Projek Kaw. Ternakan Khinzir (KTK) Di Pasir Putih, Bhg. Samarahan, Swk. Package B5 – Raw Water Reservoir, Perimeter Fence & Other Infra-structure Works 28-06-2010 RM 9,989,839.84 JABATAN PERTANIAN SARAWAK (IBU PEJABAT)

    3. Cadangan Program Pembinaan, Penaiktarafan Dan Pembaikpulihan Sekolah-Sekolah Dan Asrama Di Negeri Sarawak – Asrama SMK Kapit 23-04-2008 RM 17,500,000.00 KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA (BAHAGIAN PEMBANGUNAN)

  • slk

    Have follow lots of SR. Yeah..nice to follow but when i came across this particularly Gila Babi, he/she did live to his name, betul betul gila n non patriotic at all. Nadai make senses utai ke di sebut di bakih. So when i saw his comments i skipped it. Rebellious and racists this guy. Cant bear to hear when he curse those cina pek…cina pek…sbw foochows…yes GB only fools can be cheated, guess u must be one of them thats why u r full of revenges. Pengering ngau raoh raoh nda ulih d kena kitai ditu bakih, pemintar ke di pinta ngau jalai

  • slk

    Have follow lots of SR. Yeah..nice to follow but when i came across this particularly Gila Babi, he/she did live to his name, betul betul gila n non patriotic at all. Nadai make senses utai ke di sebut di bakih. So when i saw his comments i skipped it. Rebellious and racists this guy. Cant bear to hear when he curse those cina pek…cina pek…sbw foochows…yes GB only fools can be cheated, guess u must be one of them thats why u r full of revenges. Pengering ngau raoh raoh nda ulih d kena kitai ditu bakih, pemintar ke di guna…padah ke bala tua ke enggai meda BN anang ngundi sida ia agi coming soon GE13. give our old neighbour folks more concrete ideas/ways of how to reject those damage corrupted BN rules. Anang nyalah ke cina pek dulu..

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  • Conan Drums

    “Mr Masing who benefitted from an Australian university education
    (through which he was largely assisted by his then wife) is clearly in
    need of a basic political re-education.” Inaccurate facts- Masing studied in a NZ university, probably under a scholarship.

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