This is the un-official report from Ijok ‘buy’-election… from a first hand story of a businessman.
This guy has a business investment somewhere in Ijok, and he has an employee who so happens to be from Ijok.
That guy was visibly happy when he returned for work after visiting his family back in Ijok. It seems that each household was initially offered eight hundred Ringgit. When the competition for votes became intense, the ‘incentive‘ to sway voters to vote for BN increased to one thousand Ringgit.
That’s not a small amount of money. One thousand per household. A thousand houses would translate to one million [RM1,000,000]! I’m sure Ijok has more than 1000 households.
I’m absolutely angry that such underhand tactics are being employed in the election in Ijok. This is UNFAIR. They should do it in Bandar Tun Razak too, where I vote. And make that 5000 Ringgit so that I can buy my dream lens. Bwahahaha!
My dream lens: the Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 17-55mm f/2.8G IF-ED.
Come BN. Come buy my vote next election. I offer 5000 Ringgit.
5000 Ringgit only… cheap cheap!
Oh BTW, I assume you know that the ‘guy with fake hair in our Cabinet’ promised an illegal housing area of Indian Malaysian community in Ijok to give them land titles during the election campaign?
That piece of land was meant for development soon, it was delayed due to negotiations with the settlers. Suddenly, the developer lost the contract [to develope the land] after the election. Then it was promptly paid 8 million Ringgit as compensation for the lost of the contract.
I up my vote to 10k Ringgit.
Now I can buy this too!
The Cream Machine: AF Nikkor 85mm f/1.4D IF