PSB Johnnical “A Confused Man.?”

A voter said,”Instead of just fishing for votes to try to retain his seat, the incumbent Assemblyman for Engkilili should have chosen his words carefully.

These words which was published and could also be found in online portals ,’He said GPS, the former Barisan Nasional, had failed to bring much development to the people in the rural areas of Sarawak, despite having the funds to do so.

The people in rural Sarawak have to constantly beg for development to be brought into their areas, despite it being the government’s duty to bring development to the people.’

  • Was he not part and parcel of the government of the day?
  • Why did he not ask for funds?
  • Where did the funds go to?
  • How did he manage to continue to stay as assemblyman?

Either he is confusing us or he has suddenly confused himself.

Let us remind him that,”“You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.

Of course the words will come back to haunt him and also will result in a quick rebutt.

GPS through the Vice President of PBB and also a Minister in CM Abang Johari’s cabinet has this to say which is extracted in full below from an internet portal.

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KUCHING: A Sarawak minister has rebuked a former government backbencher for claiming the state government had failed to develop rural areas.

Speaking to FMT, Abdul Karim Rahman Hamzah, a senior member of Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB), the lynchpin of the ruling GPS, described Engkilili assemblyman Johnical Rayong Ngipa as a “confused man”, saying the state government had a proven development track record.

“We have always been emphasising rural development, hence, GPS has strength in the rural areas.

“I think he is a confused guy. He forgot that he was with the state ruling coalition all these years before joining Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB),” the state tourism minister said.

Prior to joining PSB, Rayong was a former leader in the Sarawak United Peoples’ Party, a component of GPS.

“If the current GPS government failed to develop the rural areas in the state, what was he doing back then? Does it mean he was a failed assemblyman?

“Or he suddenly becomes a good one after joining PSB?” Karim asked.

Rayong, the PSB Youth chief, had criticised the Sarawak government, claiming it had failed to develop rural areas and that his party could do better.

Karim said he did not want to sound arrogant but was “puzzled” with Rayong’s claim that PSB could do better.