The words uttered by Assitant Minister and former Senior Vice President of SPDP should be commended on 14th April 2013″I am a Barisan man and I am a team player ”
TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE, ISN’T IT..??
We received an sms from MP192 BN candidate Anthony Nogeh spokesman” YB peter Nansian ada berucap di gereja Kpg Apar pagi tadi nyuruh org kpg ngundi calon yg udah molah kerja dgn rakyat bukan calon yg kita sik kenal,la statement Nansian, maksud nya undi TIKI.
If BN loses this seat Tiki and the Geng must be blamed. He is spliting BN votes and the actions are not helping BN retain the seat.
BN HAS A TOUGH FIGHT AND THE BN CLUB INTERFERENCE IS TANTAMOUNT TO DESTROYING THE CHOSEN BN CANDIDATES CHANCES IN P192
SPDP LEAVES THE NECESSARY ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY NATIONAL BN SUPREME COUNCIL
Below an extracted article from an internet portal
Incumbent MP for Mas Gading Tiki Lafe may pay the price for contesting as an Independent against Anthony Nogeh from Sarawak Progressive Democratic Party (SPDP) in the coming general election.
His chairmanship of the National Service Training Board (NSTB) is at stake as SPDP supporters and even the opposition candidate from State Reform Party (Star) Patrick Anek Uren demand he be sacked.
Tiki (right) who has represented Mas Gading for three terms was sacked from SPDP, which is part of the BN coalition, in Nov 2011 following a leadership tussle.
Since then he and four other elected representatives also sacked from SPDP, formed what is known as ‘Kelab BN Sarawak’.
Paul Igai, SPDP deputy secretary general, said that Tiki should know what to do as he is no longer part of the party.
“He should step down if he is a principled man. Other than that we have nothing more to say,” said Igai.
Tasik Biru PBB chairperson John Nyigor also said that Tiki should step down or face being forced to resign.
“The possibility is there as people are going after him,” he said.
Uren is also asking why Tiki is still the chairperson of the National Service Training Board when he is an Independent candidate for Mas Gading where BN already has a candidate.
“The voters in Mas Gading deserve answers,” he added.
However Tiki said that he had done nothing that required him to resign from the chairpersonship of the National Service Training Board.
“However, I leave it to the prime minister,” he said.
BN chief Najib Abdul Razak has warned that anyone from the party contesting against BN candidates would be sacked from the party but that’s a separate issue from losing their posts