Roads To Riches – Richard Riot MP, EXPOSE!

Roads To Riches – Richard Riot MP, EXPOSE!

22 Mar 2012

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The roads never get built in Riot's constituency - even though his own company was awarded the money!

We can demonstrate that Malaysia’s Deputy Foreign Minister, the BN/SUPP MP for Serian Richard Riot, has also been involved in the disgusting practice of profiting out of projects meant for his own constituency.

In this case a RM9.3million ringgit road building project has been awarded to a company he controls through his son, Akjaemura Jaya Sdn Bhd.

Serian road saga

Set on fire - one of the trucks in Tebedi

The issue of roads is particularly sensitive in Richard Riot’s constituency.  The Bidayuh communities of this border area have seen their lands badly destroyed by logging and oil palm, all in the name of ‘development’ by BN.

However, time and again roads that have been promised before elections have not been built.

Indeed, just before the state elections last year, road building equipment was even rolled into the constituency and voters were told to vote BN to guarantee the start of the work – only for all the equipment to be taken away again straight after the election!

How long does Richard Riot, who is now Deputy President of BN’s crony party SUPP, think he can get away with a game like that?

Enough is enough in Serian?

No wonder SUPP lost so many of its seats at the State Election last year, if that is how they treat their constituents!

Anger flares up

There is no doubt about the anger in Serian.  It burst into flames not long ago in Tebedu when logging trucks, which had been encroaching onto native lands with the full support of Taib’s government, were dramatically set on fire.

The Bidayuh are famously good-natured and tolerant types, but how often can you lie to them without them coming to some inevitable conclusions?

Richard Riot taking the credit along with state 'representative' Michael Manyin for bringing roads to Serian

Another road scandal in the area has been recorded, as possibly the most expensive ever stretch of road that was never built.

The Terbat-Mapu 5 kilometre road has seen two ribbon cutting ceremonies, as BN politicians have helicoptered in to take credit for the award of development money for the project.

But it remains unmade!

Look at Richard Riot and his state counter-part Michael Manyin here again boasting of their road-building efforts in the Borneo Post!  Did this project (managed by the Taib/Hamid Sepawi owned company Naim Cendera) ever get beyond the ribbon-cutting stage?

‘Projects for my area’

So, it is particularly sensitive that Richard Riot has his name on the contract for one of these most recent ‘proposed’ road projects in his constituency.

The contract concerned is “The Construction & Completion Of Proposed Jalan Kpg. Sorak Melayu, Serian, Bahagian Samarahan”, according to Malaysia’s official Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) website.

Nice ten million ringgit project!

This job has been awarded to Akjaemura Jaya Sdn Bhd, a private company that this MP for Serian and Federal Deputy Foreign Minister of Malaysia controls!

Richard Riot is the big cheese shareholder in this company handling the road project!

For BN politicians the logic of such projects is compelling (as long as no one exposes them). They get to take the credit for the project in front of all their constituents, while controlling the budget!

This means that they can sub-contract the work to another grateful constituent and political ally (for a lot less) and use any spare money for themselves, political hangers on, party business, bribes for headmen etc etc.

If the road actually gets built, well that is an added bonus, but not guaranteed!

We don’t know the details (yet) of how Deputy Foreign Minister, Richard Riot, has spent the money for this particular project.  However, we do know that he should never have been given the opportunity.  Politicians should NEVER take money awarded for state contracts into companies controlled by themselves or close family members.

It is corrupt and we all know why!


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  • Dayak Bangun Tidor

    Finally some BN Dayak YB woke up to reality that UMNO long cheated Sarawak poor Dayak folks just for fun…

    But can the poor Dayak folks face the reality that their own YB always enrich, benefit only themselves first and not them?

    Worst still, the actual dual-lane road (soon with two flyovers!) that bear the name Jalan Tun Jugah only exist at Kuching but not at Kapit…very unfair and insulting to Tun Jugah from Kapit that lend his signature to join Malaysia only to be fooled cheated by UMNO…

    Jalan Tun Jugah, Kuching…forever become the imaginary highway that connecting Kuching-Kapit…forever cheated by UMNO…


    Govt urged to show ‘political will’ in S’wak

    MP Alex Linggi: ‘Even a kampung road in Peninsular Malaysia is much better than our Trans-Borneo Highway and the successes of Felda, Felcra and Risda make us feel jealous’

    by Joseph Tawie, FMT, March 22, 2012

    KUCHING: Kapit’s Barisan Nasional MP, Alex Nanta Linggi has warned the BN government that it may lose its rural areas if nothing is done to help the people.

    Speaking during the debate on the royal address in parliament, Nanta said the rural areas in Sarawak, including Kapit, are considered fixed deposits of the Barisan Nasional.

    “But the fixed deposit does not mirror the real situation in the rural areas in terms of development.

    “Kapit is one of the remote areas without road linking it to other towns in Sarawak. I don’t want to pretend to give a glowing picture of Kapit, because development is not there.

    “All the development promises like the construction of a trunk road are yet to be implemented.

    “It is sad to say that in this rich state, poverty is the hallmark. It appears to be a permanent feature even though Sarawak has been independent for more than 40 years,” he said.

    Short of blaming the federal government, Nanta who is the grandson of the late Tun Jugah Anak Barieng said that the authorities gave so much emphasis to the rural development in Peninsular Malaysia at the price of Sarawak’s people.

    “Even a kampung road in Peninsular Malaysia is much better than our Trans-Borneo Highway. Again the successes of Felda, Felcra and Risda make us feel jealous.

    “We are in the same boat – BN boat, and yet projects in Peninsular Malaysia can be implemented successfully, whereas in Sabah and Sarawak our projects are always met with failures,” he said, pointing out that there must be political will to develop the two states.

    No such thing as ‘not affected’

    Nanta went to say that Sarawak has several mega projects including the construction of 12 hydro-electric dams to be implemented under Sarawak Corridor Renewal Energy (SCORE).

    “Three of the projects have been built – Batang Ai, Bakun and Murum hydro-electric dams. And under construction are Baleh and Baram hydro-electric dams.

    “Bakun dam can produce 2,400MW of electricity whereas Batang Ai can produce 90MW. All these dams upon completion are able to produce 20 million MW.

    “They will bring billions of ringgit to the nation and to the state as well as the contractors.

    “The question is: how about the local people in and around the areas? It is true that the aim of constructing all these dams is to develop industries, but the welfare of the people should not be neglected.

    “I call on the federal government which is the financer of the projects or as the approving authority to ensure that 55% of the funds for these projects should be used to develop the socio-economic well-being of the people, ” Nanta said.

    He citing as an example the Kapit (Baleh) hydro dam being built at Sg Putai off Sg Baleh in the Hulu Rajang parliamentary constituency.

    “Officers involved in the project explained to the people that they were not affected by the dam project. That is true because the longhouses are situated below the dam on both sides of the Baleh River.

    “It is easy to say that they are not affected. And thus nothing should be planned for them. And let them alone there.

    “(But) Billy (Billy Abit Joo, the MP for Hulu Rajang) and I have received a lot of complaints. You must remember that water from Baleh River passes through hundreds of longhouses and villages on both sides of the river.

    “The local people are aware that millions and millions of (ringgit in) incomes will be generated from the Baleh dam. Various types of industries will come up as the electricity rate is cheap.

    “However, I am worried that the industries will be sited at Baleh itself. These big industries or projects will not benefit the local people as all employment will go to outsiders,” said Nanta.

    Help natives with farms

    He urged the government to set aside some funds to help the local people develop their rubber, pepper, oil palm and fruit trees gardens.

    “I think this will be the best deal for the people as long as the authorities can ensure ready markets for their produce.

    “If this is not done I am afraid these longhouses will become de-populated as they move to towns like Sibu, Bintulu and Peninsular Malaysia.

    “Their migration to towns and cities will affect the BN fixed deposit in the rural areas, and with money politics so rampant, we should be concerned that we may lose in these areas – our fixed deposit,” Nanta added.


    Some 100,000 to benefit from Kanowit-Kapit road

    Borneo Post April 17, 2010, Saturday

    KUCHING: Some 100,000 people in Kapit Division, most of them Ibans, will benefit greatly when the long-awaited road linking Kanowit to Kapit is constructed, said Kapit member of parliament Alexander Nanta Linggi.He said the proposed road would serve as a ‘vital link’ for the people of Kapit to the outside world.

    “We really welcome the announcement made by Minister of Infrastructure Development and Communications Dato Sri Michael Manyin that the government now has the allocation to construct the long-awaited road to Kapit,” Alexander told

    The Borneo Post here yesterday.

    Manyin had told reporters about the proposed road project after closing a training programme for community leaders from Samarahan Division at Kota Samarahan on Thursday.

    According to Manyin, the 80km-long road linking Kapit to Kanowit might cost a staggering RM700 million to build, and that it was not a political gimmick.

    “It is not a political gimmick (for the coming State election). We do this because now we have the money.

    “I also want construction of this road to speed up so that Kapit can be linked to other places in the state as well,” Manyin said.

    Alexander remarked that the people of Kapit had actually been waiting for the road for ‘far too long’.

    “We hoped that it will be implemented speedily,” said the Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) supreme council member.

    Alexander stressed that it would be easier to build feeder roads to the longhouses once the Kanowit-Kapit road was completed.

    “So, what we need is the main trunk road that will link Kapit to Kanowit. Only then can we bring in other projects such as water and electricity to the people in these areas,” he said.

    He said besides the Ibans, there were also a large number of Chinese, Malay and Orang Ulu living in Kapit Division.

    “Once the (trunk) road is there then it would be easier to talk about development projects such as establishing plantations in the vast tracts of land still available in the division,” said Alexander.

    When contacted, Minister of Rural Development Dato Sri Dr James Masing said the people of Kapit must start preparing themselves well so that they could grab all the opportunities that would spring up once the road was completed in the near future.

    “The proposed road linking Kapit to other towns in Sarawak will create greater accessibility to Kapit Division and it will open up Kapit’s eco-tourism potential.

    “Thus, the people of Kapit must make use of this accessibility and the new opportunities created by the road linkage to better themselves,” said Masing who is also Parti Rakyat Sarawak (PRS) president and Baleh assemblyman.


    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :

    Company Name : CERGAS JERNIH SDN. BHD.


    Postcode 93150

    Town : KUCHING

    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:

    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan



    G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :

    a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):

    b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 200,000.00

    H.Maklumat Projek:

    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

    1. Proposed Improvement Works to The Existing Matu Water Treatment Plant, Mukah Division, Sarawak. RM

    2. Proposed Improvement Works To Existing Matu Water Treatment Plant, 10-11-2005 RM 1,586,521.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    3. The Supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning Of Treated Water Pumps, Pumping Main and Ancillaries for Kapit Water Supply Short Term Improvement, 23-08-2005 RM 1,529,160.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    4. T/209/10/2003 – The Supply, Prefabrication, Erection And Commissioning Of One (1) MLD Mild Steel Water Treatment Plant For Belaga Water Supply Authority, JKR Bahagian Kapit 29-01-2004 RM 632,120.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    5. Mechanical And Electrical Services For The Upgrading Of Matang Water Treatment Plant And Associated Works – (Phase 1) 04-01-2001 RM 4,333,735.00

  • Main Main Manyin

    Remember what this playful joker said “Development not by accident..but are planned properly by the Barisan Nasional (BN) government…”

    Well those BN big projects, timber lesen awarded to BN ministers leaders themselves are not accidental? Or just coincidental by chance? Properly organised crook job?


    Development not by accident — Manyin

    The Borneo Post, Friday 8 October 2010

    KUCHING: The federal government has allocated RM7 billion for road construction in Sarawak since 2009 and the projects will be completed by 2012.

    Almost all Bidayuh villages will have roads, electricity and water by the end of this year.

    And almost all Bidayuhs have access to education, clinics, hospitals and other amenities as they are living in the periphery of major urban centres such as Kuching, Bau, Lundu, Kota Sentosa, Siburan and Serian.

    All these development and allocation do not happen by accident but are planned properly by the Barisan Nasional (BN) government, said Minister of Infrastructure Development and Communications Dato Sri Michael Manyin.

    He was responding to an allegation made by the Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) that the Bidayuh community has been marginalised by the government.

    PKR also alleged that the federal government has not allocated enough funds to Sarawak for its development.

    Manyin said the opposition, especially the PKR was either blind or deaf as they could not see and hear what was going on around them.

    “I would like to challenge them to come up with a concrete plan as to how they will develop the state. There is no point in just talking but without any action,” Manyin told The Borneo Post at his office at Bangunan Baitukmakmur here yesterday.

    Manyin, who is also Tebedu assemblyman, stressed that there has been vast transformation taking place among the Bidayuhs in the last 47 years.

    He said in the 50s and 60s even though most Bidayuh families were hard working farmers planting as many as three acres of padi, but after harvesting they hardly had enough to eat.

    “But now there are no more Bidayuhs who have nothing to eat. On top of that, almost every family owns a car or motorcycle. This is definitely development and not mere rhetoric,” he said.

    Manyin said the Bidayuhs have at least between four to five per cent of graduates out of the population of 200,000.

    He added that many of the community’s professionals were now working as civil servants.

    “And as far as politics is concerned, 2010 has been kind to our community as three of our elected representatives were appointed either as an assistant minister or deputy federal ministers,” said Manyin.

    Datuk Peter Nansian Ngusie was appointed as Assistant Minister of Environment and both Dato Dr James Dawos Mamit (Deputy Minister of Tourism) and Datuk Richard Riot Jaem (Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs) have been appointed to the federal cabinet recently.

    “This goes to show that even though the Bidayuhs only have six state seats and three parliamentary seats, we have one full state minister, one assistant minister and two deputy ministers.

    “So how could the PKR alleged that our community has been marginalised?” he asked.

    As a matter of argument, Manyin, who is also the vice president of Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), said the government could achieve at least between seven to eight on the scale of one to ten in terms of overall development.

    “Given the fact that we have been one of the poorest states in the 60s, now we are among the top achievers.

    “And also, despite our state’s physical size which is almost as big as Peninsular Malaysia and with scattered and small population, we have actually done pretty well,” Manyin added.

    Manyin also gave credit to Chief Minister Pehin Sri Abdul Taib Mahmud, saying he had transformed Sarawak by leaps and bounds since he took office in 1981.

    On the RM7 billion for roads in Sarawak, he said the details are: 163 road projects (30 projects to be implemented by the Drainage and Irrigation Department and 133 projects by JKR) under the National Key Result Area (NKRA) worth RM2 billion, RM4 billion for the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE) road projects and another RM1 billion allocation under the stimulus package.

    “All these roads would be completed by 2012,” he said.

    On Wednesday, at a media conference held at the Public Works Department office, Manyin said overtaking lanes costing RM100 million between Miri and Serian had been identified and submitted to the federal government for consideration under the Tenth Malaysian Plan.

    He also said that another RM70 million was required to repair aged federal roads in the Bintulu and Miri divisions, and that a proposal on this would be presented to the Ministry of Works for consideration.

  • Main Main Manyin

    Remember also how this playful joker Manyin explained how BN simply don’t have enough funds for roads…

    Fair enough but explain where the money gone exactly…???


    No budget, no dual carriageway

    Manyin says due to lack of funds government’s other option is to build overtaking lanes

    by Georgette Tan, The Borneo Post Thursday 23 December 2010

    SERIAN: The government is keen to develop a dual carriage way between Kuching and Miri to provide easy access between the two cities.

    In saying that this was ideal as it would cut down driving time from 12 hours to seven, Infrastructure Development and Communication Minister Dato Sri Micheal Manyin Jawong, however, said the government did not have sufficient funds to carry out the project.

    “Sarawak is the biggest state in Malaysia and our population is only 2.5 million and very scattered. We cannot follow what is being implemented in Peninsular Malaysia,” he told reporters after officiating at the Christmas Road Safety Campaign today.

    At the same time, Manyin also said that a lot of villages and longhouses were still not accessible by road, adding that the ministry’s target and priority was to make all these places accessible by 2020.

    “Roads are very costly. We cannot just concentrate on the trunk road or the towns. We also want to provide connectivity to all those villages and settlements,” said Manyin, pointing out that this was a tall order for the ministry.

    “Public Works Department (JKR) capacity is there but the money is not,” he said.

    Nevertheless, he acknowledged that the federal government had given the state a substantial amount of money for roads, including those within the SCORE area.

    “Our ministry has submitted a request for RM100 million under the Tenth Malaysia Plan to build overtaking lanes.

    “If we get that, I believe accidents on the trunk roads will be very much reduced,” Manyin said, adding that Sarawak does not have enough volume for toll plazas.

    On the road safety campaign, Manyin advised motorcyclists to give way to larger vehicles even if they have right of way as they usually bear the brunt of any accident with a car or lorry.

    “You may be right, but you may also be dead right,” he said, revealing that around 65 per cent of traffic accidents were caused by human factors.

    “As minister, I appeal to people not to drink and drive. You must know your limit,” Manyin said, adding that Gawai was usually accompanied by a drastic increase in the number of accidents.

    According to Malaysia Road Safety Department (JKJR), the number of accidents increased from 15,157 during Jan-Nov last year to 15,759 this Jan-Nov.

    Meanwhile, accident-related deaths went up from 310 to 330 in the same period.

    Earlier on Manyin handed out brochures and goodies to motorists in Serian, and new helmets to motorcyclists as part of JKJR’s regular road safety campaigns.

    Also present was JKJR Sarawak deputy director Redzuan Hamdan.


    Taib’s son awarded millions in govt contracts

    by Joseph Tawie, FMT, November 7, 2011

    Most of the contracts were awarded without an open tender being called, claims the DAP.

    KUCHING: For the past five years, Chief Minister Taib Mahmud’s son Abu Bekir has been the main beneficiary of millions of ringgit worth of government contracts awarded by the state government.

    Confirming widely speculated rumours here, the state government recently disclosed in its written answer to a DAP assemblyman that most contracts were awarded without an open tender being called.

    The contracts were awarded to two companies – Titanium Project Management Sdn Bhd and Woodville Construction Sdn Bhd.

    Titanium is linked to Abu Bekir.

    The revelations, according to Kota Sentosa assemblyman Chong Chieng Jen, were “really shocking”.

    “These details which are contained in the answers to my questions (submitted to the State Legislative Assembly) are really shocking,” he said.

    Chong, who is also state DAP secretary, had put in his questions during the assembly’s June sitting.

    He had written to ask the State Infrastructure Development and Communications Minister for a list of all contractors awarded by the state and federal governments for the construction and completion of bridges in Sarawak in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.

    He had also asked for the respective contract sums and actual sums of each bridge.

    Contracts to Titanium

    Chong also wanted to know whether the awards of these contracts were carried out pursuant to an open tender process and, if so, what were the criteria and consideration for appointment of these contractors as the main contractors for these bridges.

    “Basically, there are two companies given the state projects to build bridges in Sarawak without open tender.

    “One was Woodville Construction which is owned by Shin Yang group of companies and the other was Titanium Project Management which is owned by Abu Bekir, son of the chief minister,” he said.

    Woodville Construction was given two projects worth RM217,500,000 while Titanium Project Management was awarded one contract.

    In 2008, the Titanium Project Management was awarded a contract to design, construct and complete bridges and culverts to replace temporary and semi-permanent council bridges and some Public Work Department bridges in Sarawak.

    “Under this contract, a few hundred bridges were given to Titanium Project Management to construct, and the value of the contract is RM1,178,410,000,” he said, pointing out that this was “almost a monopoly” in the construction of bridges.

    “What is shocking is that the state projects were awarded to Abu Bekir and Shin Yang companies not through open tenders unlike the federal projects.

    “This is totally against the principle of fairness and transparency in awarding government contracts.

    “If you remember in 2001, the government contract was given to Titanium Management to construct 384 bridges at the cost of RM500 million.

    “In 2006, the company constructed only 332 bridges or about 80 percent of the bridges, but the government has to pay the company RM948 million,” he said.

    Corrupt practices

    According to Chong, in 2008 the government again awarded another contract to Titanium.

    This time the contract was awarded to Titanium Project Management.

    “Although it is a different name, it is the same company with the word ‘Project’ added to its name with the same constitution and the same shareholders.

    “This is an abuse of power and an unfair government practice that is cutting off other contractors from doing government works.

    “I think the State Infrastructure Development and Communication Minister Michael Manyin has a lot of explanation to make to the people of Sarawak,” said Chong.

    He described the whole process of awarding these contracts by the state government as “smacking of corrupt practices”.

    When asked if the opposition would lodge a report on the issue with the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), Chong said: “Is there any use?

    “There is no point to lodge a report as MACC has made its position very clear that binoculars that could be purchased for RM5,000 each and were charged at RM50,000 apiece is not corruption.”

    Chong was referring to the Auditor-General’s Report 2010 which disclosed that binoculars purchased by the Marine Department was charged RM50,000 each instead of RM5,000 as it should have been.

    “If that is not corruption, I don’t know what corruption is. But the MACC ruled that it is not corruption,” he said, drawing a comparison between this issue and the Teoh Beng Hock case.

    ‘MACC, a BN political tool’

    Chong said Teoh had allegedly spent RM2,000 to buy and distribute Malaysian flags and the MACC interrogated him throughout the night and forced him to commit suicide.

    “If you compare this case with Teoh’s, you can see a stark difference in the treatment,” he said.

    Chong said that although there was a prima facie corruption case, the MACC did not open any file or investigate.

    “They just brushed off the case.

    “Judging by the way it (MACC) conducts itself, it appears that MACC is a political tool of Barisan Nasional to oppress the opposition, while condoning such acts of abuse of public funds by the BN government,” he said.

  • Somet Estrada

    How about Tarat (under Serian MP area) assemblyman YB Roland Sagah? Really enjoy big projek debolotment, eh!!!

    Very rich ali baba also lah! Heard many hidden girlfriends too!


    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :



    Postcode 93400

    Town : KUCHING

    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:

    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan





    G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :

    a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):

    b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 765,000.00

    H.Maklumat Projek:

    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

    1. Construction & Completion Of The Proposed Taman Bimbingan Kanak-Kanak (Tabika) At Kampung Seduku, Lingga Sri Aman 07-02-2011 RM 418,390.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    2. Baikpulih Jalan Bandar Serian (Fasa I) 14-12-2010 RM 509,155.00 MAJLIS DAERAH SERIAN

    3. Menaiktaraf Jalan Di Kampung Sinjan/Sungai Bedil 28-10-2010 RM 458,588.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    4. Proposed Guardrail Installation At Various Location Along CH24+000 – /CH58+000 Jalan Kuching/Sibu 01-10-2010 RM 1,399,455.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    5. Construction Of Road At Kubu Mali & Gereja Kubu Mali, Skrang, Sri Aman Division 01-10-2010 RM 218,300.00 JABATAN AKAUNTAN NEGARA CAWANGAN TERENGGANU

    6. Const. And Comp. Of 5-Units Single Storey Staff Quarters And Guard House At Selangau 275kV Substation, Security Guardhouse At Sibu Regional Office, Sibu 01-09-2010 RM 576,116.45 SYARIKAT SESCO BERHAD

    7. Pembesaran Kpg. Salak/ Kpg. Pasir Panjang/ Kpg. Pasir Pandak, Santubong 20-04-2010 RM 11,306,835.40 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    8. Proposed Re-Roofing Works For Bangunan Pustaka 16-12-2009 RM 288,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    9. Proposed Re-roofing Works For Bangunan Pustaka 16-12-2009 RM 288,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA MIRI

    10. Proposed Repair And Upgrading Works To Limbang Business Premises on 21-08-2009 RM 337,373.00 PERBADANAN PEMBANGUNAN EKONOMI SARAWAK

    11. Proposed Rehabilitation Works At Asajaya Drainage Scheme Block IV, 07-01-2009 RM JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    12. Re-tender: Proposed Replacement of Soil, Waste & Vent Piping System and Water Storage Tank at Wisma Bapa Malaysia, Petra Jaya 17-12-2008 RM 846,300.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    13. Proposed Improvement Works To The Existing skylight Roofing At The Indoor Stadium Sarawak, 21-10-2008 RM 274,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    14. Construction & Completion Of The Proposed Renovation Works To UPKJ, State Financial Secretary Office, Floor 7, Bangunan Satok 28-07-2008 RM 329,360.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    15. Const. & Comp. Of Prop. Improvement Works At Padi Infrastructure Improvement Project (PIIP) At Rh Johnson, Seduku Panjai 27-05-2008 RM 460,999.00

    16. T/097/06/2007 Site clearing and earth filling works for Proposed Animal Quarantine Complex at Bako, Kuching Division 21-09-2007 RM 780,638.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    17. Proposed Reconstruction Of The Concrete Drain Along Jalan Bunga Raya, Kampung Pinang Jawa 23-07-2007 RM 183,323.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    18. Proposed Design, Construction, Erection, Completion, Testing And Commissioning Of 100FT Monopole At Lot 1345, Block 2, Sungai Merah Town District (Wong Ting Hock Lane)- T1100033 17-05-2007 RM 230,000.00 SACOFA SDN BHD

    19. The Const. & Comp. Of The Prop. Renovation To The Botany Building At Sarawak Biodiversity, Semengoh, Jln Borneo Heights, 16-05-2007 RM 499,760.00 PUSAT KEPELBAGAIAN SARAWAK

    20. The Proposed Construction And Completion Of 2 Units Semi-Detached Type ‘B’ Factory (sublots 21 And 22) For Phase 1, Stakan Mixed Development At Jalan Stakan, 07-03-2007 RM 367,714.00 BORNEO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SARAWAK) SDN. BHD.

    21. Construction And Completion Of New Government Quarters At Asajaya, Samarahan Division 15-08-2006 RM 632,677.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    22. Proposed Railing (Parapet) Improvement To Satok Flyover, 13-07-2006 RM 267,500.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    23. Proposed Design, Const & Completion Of Pesantren Abdul Taib Mahmud (PATM) Di Sadong Jaya, Kota Samarahan (Road, Car Parks, Drains & Turfing) 26-04-2006 RM 938,500.00 BORNEO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SARAWAK) SDN. BHD.

    24. Watermain Extension To RH Gendang, 12-04-2006 RM JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    25. Prop. Renovation Works To Store, Accounts, GIs/IT, Mechanical Branch, JKR Headquarters, Wisma Saberkas 17-03-2006 RM 337,002.39 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    26. Proposed Upgrading Of Road and Drainage in Batu Lintang Residential Area, 11-11-2005 RM 861,168.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    27. The Proposed Construction and Completion of 6 Units Detached Factory (4 units Type ‘A’ Sublot 1-2 & 5-6 And 2 units Type ‘B’ Sublot 23-24) For Phase 1 Stakan Jaya Mixed Development at Jalan Stakan Melayu, 25-10-2005 RM 1,104,098.00 BORNEO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SARAWAK) SDN. BHD.

    28. Proposed New Tai Chi Plaza, Water Feature (1 & 2), Service Road, Compound Lightings, Walkway A And The Upgrading Of Jogging Track At Kuching Park, Kuching. 10-03-2005 RM 863,318.00 MAJLIS BANDARAYA KUCHING SELATAN

    29. Proposed Road And Drainage Improvement At Taman Sejoli And Jalan Menggris, Kuching. 16-12-2004 RM 888,612.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    30. The Construction And Completion Of The Proposed 12 Units Of Double Storey Semi-Detached Houses On Lot 1473, Block 18, Salak Land District 13-10-2003 RM 1,493,064.00 BORNEO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (SARAWAK) SDN BHD

    31. Proposed Drainage Improvement At Jln Tunku, Awang Wal, Baki Liber & Tan Sri Abang Marzuki, Kg. Tunku Of Jln Astana 14-04-2003 RM 1,543,638.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    32. Proposed Premixing Of Various Road In Sri Aman District, Bhgn Sri Aman For The Year 2003 07-04-2003 RM 781,782.21 MAJLIS DAERAH SRI AMAN

    33. Prop Road & Drainage Improvement At Jln Kapor, Lorong Kapor 7A, 9 & 9A 28-02-2003 RM 878,388.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    34. Proposed Upgrading Of Jalan Muhibbah 12-12-2002 RM 1,312,000.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    35. Prop. Drainage & Road Improvement Along Jln. Hj. Bolhassan & Jln. Patinggi Ali 12-12-2002 RM 788,000.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    36. Prop. Upgrading Work & Improvement To Existing Multi-Proposed Hall At RPR Phase II, Jalan Astana 24-10-2002 RM 1,167,087.10 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    37. Upgrading Of Jln Tun Abang Haji Openg – Traffic Light Junction For Bulatan Dato Bandar, 17-07-2002 RM 901,688.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    38. Proposed Nursery At Depo DBKU, Jalan Depo, Petra Jaya 08-04-2002 RM 640,815.48 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    39. Proposed Improvement /Upgrading Of Various Road With Asphaltic Concrete (Premix)/ Bitumen Tarsealing In Sri Aman District 01-04-2002 RM 707,543.50 MAJLIS DAERAH SRI AMAN

    40. Proposed Footpath/ Cycleway Network At Lorong Sky Garden 8A, 8A1, 8A2 And Part Of Jalan Stapok 18-03-2002 RM 583,000.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    41. Construction & Completion Of Proposed Pusat Jagaan Harian Warga Tua 25-01-2002 RM 549,769.80 JKR SARAWAK

    42. Proposed Upgrading Of Jalan Taman Budaya 31-12-2001 RM 938,300.00 DEWAN BANDARAYA KUCHING UTARA

    43. Proposed Drainage Improvement Works At Sg. Sinjan Kecil, Petra Jaya, Kuching Division, Sarawak. 28-06-2000 RM 738,186.00 JABATAN PENGAIRAN DAN SALIRAN SARAWAK

    44. C & C Of Lower Sadong Drainage Scheme, Samarahan Division, Sarawak. 15-12-1999 RM 1,169,576.00

    45. Proposed Drainage Improvement At Kampung Semariang Batu, Kuching, Sarawak. 12-10-1999 RM 673,339.00

    46. Improve. Roads, Kg.Roads, Begu & Sidanau, Sekuduk/Chupak, Bayur & Bawang, Selang Laut, Stampin-Lrg.3 & 7 & Kg.Bt.Kitang. 06-10-1999 RM 638,548.00

    47. Proposed Demak Laut Hawker’s Centre On Lot 1124, Block 7, Muara Tebas Land District, Kuching, Sarawak. 19-08-1999 RM 1,657,768.30

    48. Proposed Foothpath/Cycle Network For The Kuching Millenium Park, Petra Jaya, Kuching, Sarawak. 13-08-1999 RM 535,880.00

    49. C & C Of 2 Blocks Of 4-Storey 6 Units Class ‘F’ Flat At Sek. Men. Kerajaan Bakong, Beluru, Miri Division, Sarawak. 03-05-1999 RM 1,983,800.00

    50. Improvement, Repair & Re-painting Works To SM Sains Miri, Miri Division, Sarawak. 25-11-1998 RM 536,888.00

    51. Const. & Comp. Of Klinik Desa At Kuala Mendalam, Limbang Div., Sarawak 06-11-1998 RM 545,000.00

  • aborium

    We have heard voices to make it mandatory for all ministers holding public office to declare their assets. This is a positive step towards reducing the corruption index of the country and allows for business and industry to prosper without having to pay for heavy ‘tolls’. There’s of course an alternative, but some are too greedy and some like it hot right now!

  • DCCI Selfish Cronies

    Very hypocritical for DCCI chief/ ex housing minister/ BN Dayak crony Celestine Ujang to preach hardwork to Dayak businessmen when he himself a failed businessman in such a crucial project near border area!

    Yet he dare to ask more projects regardless of true capabilities or not. Is this proper message for Dayak business folks? Being spoon-fed spoilt brats? Blind leading the blind…Dayak style!


    DCCI Wants Government To Allocate 30 Per Cent Federal Contracts To DCCI Members

    The Star, December 17, 2011

    KUCHING, Dec 17 (Bernama) — The Dayak Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) Sarawak wants the government to consider and allocate 30 per cent of consultancy and contract works of federal-funded projects to contractors registered wih DCCI.

    Its deputy president, Datuk Seri Celestine Ujang, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had promised DCCI to look into the matter, which was among seven resolutions passed Saturday.

    “DCCI acknowledges that the bulk of Dayak businessmen have not benefited from the government’s business opportunities and contracts,” he told reporters after a luncheon talk on “Creating a prosperous community through economic synergy” here.

    Also present was Natural Resources and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Douglas Uggah.

    Uggah, who is deputy chairman of the Technical Committee for Sabah and Sarawak Bumiputeras, is expected to present the DCCI’s request when the committee meets next month and subsequently to the Cabinet Committee on Sabah and Sarawak Bumiputeras chair by Najib.

    Ujang said the government should also not allowed the cut-off system of tenders to apply to contractors registered with DCCI at least for the period 2012 till 2020.

    “The DCCI has proposed that the government allow the registration by its contractors for UPK and PKK licences (of Class F contractors) to be made less rigid,” he said.

    He said the Rubber Industry Smallholders Development Authority should be allowed to give assistance not only for the replanting of rubber trees but also to assist in the new planting of rubber in recognised native customary rights land.

    DCCI would also proposed to the state and federal governments to urgently look into setting up many oil palm mills in strategic locations in Sarawak in view of the fast and increasing hectarage of small holders of oil plantations, he said.

    He said existing oil palm mills owned by oil palm companies were already overloaded by their own production.

    As there had yet to be any public-listed Dayak company, he said, the state and federal governments should urgently include in their policy and plan to assist a few DCCI-registered contractors to enable them to be qualified to be listed in the Bursa Saham Kuala Lumpur before 2020.


    Same project:

    Cadangan Membina & Menyiapkan Ibu Pej Polis Daerah (IPD) Lubok Antu, 1 U Kuarters Kelas D, 8 U Kuarters Kelas E, 80 U Kuarters Kelas F, Kemudahan-Kemudahan Lain, Kerja-Kerja Infra & Kerja-Kerja M & E Di Atas Lot 131 & Lot 94, Lubuk Antu

    Original cost: RM 58,745,851.09

    Yet delayed wasted additional cost for completion:

    Penyiapan Baki Kerja Bagi Ibupejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Lubok Antu, 1U Kuarters Kls D, 8U Kuarters Kls E, 80U Kuarters Kls F, Kemudahan2 Lain, Kerja2 Infrastruktur & Kerja2 Mekanikal & Elektrikal Di Atas Lot 131 & Lot 94, Lubok Antu Additional Cost: RM 14,416,070.94


    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :



    Postcode 93300

    Town : KUCHING

    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:

    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan




    G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :

    a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):

    b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 2,000,000.00

    H.Maklumat Projek:

    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

    1. The Design, Construction & Completion Of Proposed 100U SSLow Cost Terraced Houses On Parat Of Lot 1234 & Unregistered State Land, Block 20 Kemena LD 28-09-2009 RM 11,511,000.00 DAYA PERUMAHAN SDN BHD

    2. Merekabentuk, MEmbina & Menyiapkan 500 Unit Rmh Pangsa 5T Bagi Program Perumahan Rakyat (PPR Disewa) Di Jalan Kg Batu Gong Siburan 20-12-2006 RM 43,500,000.00 JABATAN PERUMAHAN NEGARA

    3. Cadangan Membina & Menyiapkan Ibu Pej Polis Daerah (IPD) Lubok Antu, 1 U Kuarters Kelas D, 8 U Kuarters Kelas E, 80 U Kuarters Kelas F, Kemudahan-Kemudahan Lain, Kerja-Kerja Infra & Kerja-Kerja M & E Di Atas Lot 131 & Lot 94, Lubuk Antu, 18-12-2006 RM 58,745,851.09

    4. Pembinaan 6 Blk 5 Tkt (480 U) Rumah Pangsa Bagi Program Perumahan Rakyat Di Batu 15, Jln Kuching-Serian 09-11-2002 RM 412,716.97 JABATAN PERUMAHAN NEGARA

    5. Design And Build Negotiated Contract : Pembinaan Jalan Pusa Ke Sesang 02-05-2002 RM 176,900,000.00 DEBESSA DEVELOPMENT SDN. BHD.

    6. Construction & Completion Of Proposed Development To Pangkalan Utama Marin Perikanan At Santubong, (Phase III) 13-12-2000 RM 2,639,621.00 JKR SARAWAK

    7. Prop. Extension To S.R.K Long Luping, Lawas, 23-03-2000 RM 5,000,000.00 JKR SARAWAK

    8. Const. & Comp. Sebangan Bajong Agricultural Dev. Project, Block D & C (Phase 1 Develop.) Bhg. Samarahan, Sarawak.(JPS) 29-05-1998 RM 18,727,812.00


    A. Maklumat Syarikat: :

    Company Name : HART BUILDERS SDN. BHD.

    Address : 2ND FLOOR 96 JALAN PETANAK

    Postcode 93100

    Town : KUCHING

    State: SARAWAK

    D. Maklumat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah:

    Bil Nama Warganegara Jawatan





    G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :

    a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):

    b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 1,500,000.00

    H.Maklumat Projek:

    Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

    1. Pelaksanaan Dua(2) Jambatan Di Bawah Fasa 2 Jambatan Batu Kawa Dan Jambatan Sg. Jakar Secara Rundingan Terus Reka Dan Bina (Package B) 02-12-2011 RM 27,269,527.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    2. Penyiapan Baki Kerja Bagi Ibupejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) Lubok Antu, 1U Kuarters Kls D, 8U Kuarters Kls E, 80U Kuarters Kls F, Kemudahan2 Lain, Kerja2 Infrastruktur & Kerja2 Mekanikal & Elektrikal Di Atas Lot 131 & Lot 94, Lubok Antu 26-08-2011 RM 14,416,070.94 PEMBINAAN BLT SDN BHD

    3. Construction & Completion Of The Remaining Works Of Proposed Jalan Kuala Tatau/Kuala Serupai/Kuala Balingian (Fasa 1), Mukah Division 13-04-2011 RM 30,907,031.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA SARAWAK

    4. Program Menilai, Membaiki/Menggantikan Jambatan Di Jalan Persekutuan Negeri Sarawak (Fasa 2) – Package A: Proposed Batu Kawa Bridge Extension, Kuching Division 06-05-2010 RM 17,800,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA (SARAWAK)

    5. Cadangan Membina Dan Menyiapkan Kompleks Kastam, Imigresen Kurantina (CIQ) Fasa 2, Di Sungai Tujuh 07-03-2008 RM 51,000,000.00 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    6. Construction & Completion Of Improvement Works To Politeknik Kuching 30-01-2008 RM 590,696.35 JABATAN KERJA RAYA

    7. Program Menilai, Membaiki/ Menggantikan Jambatan Di Jalan Persekutuan Bagi Negeri 27-03-2006 RM 15,084,430.40 JABATAN KERJA RAYA (CAWANGAN JALAN)

    8. Proposed Double Storey Semi-Detached Houses On Lot 2878, Section 65, KTLD At Jalan Astana, Petra Jaya 01-09-2005 RM 600,000.00 HART BUILDERS SDN BHD

    9. Cdg Merekabentuk, Membina & Menyiapkan Balai Bomba 2 Petak, Rumah Kakitangan & Lain Kemudahan Di Mukah 20-10-2004 RM 20,000,000.00 KEMENTERIAN PERUMAHAN DAN KERAJAAN TEMPATAN.(PKS)

    10. Cad. Merekabentuk, Membina & Menyiapkan Ibu Pejabat Polis Daerah (IPD) & Perumahan PDRM 01-01-2003 RM 28,350,348.82 KEMENTERIAN DALAM NEGERI, MALAYSIA

    11. Projek Khas Kerja-Kerja Membaiki Mengecat Dan Memagar Kem-Kem Tentera, Pakej No. E/M/2 (Kem Semanggo Kuching Dan Kem Jln Bamtydle), 17-10-2001 RM 1,096,397.50 KEMENTERIAN PERTAHANAN MALAYSIA

  • babeh kuren

    sanda nug bala bidayuh,

    tookey kaya multi billionaire, moh bayar nug samua ketua kaum dangan semua ketua kampung tuk coming election.

    samah2 kita pijatu semau YB da maan duit untuk bala mamba bala. Andu gawai matik, ba kaii manug nug ramin YB kita ti… bala nuh kaya raya.. kita mesti ngirasa duit da naan bala nuh.

    Taruh cara tokey mayar nug semua untuk undi PKR:

    1. agen mugon duit dengan manang “undilah BN”. Cara kita ra undi BN, Kita tulis “X” da kratas undi en da sasah gambar Bendera Keadilan. Maksud ne kita undi BN, kaie suka dangan Keadilan.

    2. Meh ngundi, bikumpul da sagan ofis “BN” untuk setiap parlimen. Aduh Agen akan mayar kinde RM30K indi baak. Agen ti akan manang ne masu BN (iti cara selamat agen tookey ti mugon duit nug inya). Wang kinde kaie ngundi Keadilan, Kaie kinde kanan duit ti.

    3. masa ngundi, aduh agen minan bajuh BN agak2 5 km masu pusat ngndi, wang kinde napud ne, kinde manang kinde undi BN, wang kinde kaie kanan duit RM30,000 cash/check.

    Aba mugon IC kinde dangan inya da bukun.