Thousands of donors demand Roy Ngerng return their donations after he heckled special needs children

Posted on 28 September 2014

ReturnOurDonation protest in Hong Lim Park to ask for $100,000 in donations back.

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Thousands of donors who contributed more than $100,000 to Roy Ngerng’s charity fund are asking for their money back.

This after the CPF blogger heckled special needs children at Hong Lim Park on Sept. 27, 2014.

The donors, who initially gave willingly to Ngerng to shield him from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s legal advances, said they did not expect their money to be used for unruly means and intimidation.

Kong Chee Kim, a Singaporean said: “We didn’t give Roy Ngerng money so he can disturb children. We want our money back. Return my donation! Return my donation!”

To demand their money back, other donors said they will be rallying together to organise their own Hong Lim Park protest in a few weeks’ time against Roy Ngerng.

Called ReturnOurDonation, the aim is to call attention to the lack of transparency and accountability in the way Ngerng has handled their donations.

However, to pull off the Return Our Donation rally, the donors who want their money back will also be launching a donation drive of their own to raise money to start the rally.

The Return Our Donation rally organisers said they will be transparent and accountable with how they handle the donations.


Other news about Roy Ngerng where he did not heckle special needs children:

PM Lee contemplates dropping lawsuit to leave CPF blogger with $70,000 administrative headache

Blogger to pay $5,000 in damages in monthly payouts of $50, after PM Lee turns 65

Roy Ngerng’s potted plant investigated for suspected breeding of dengue mosquitoes

PM Lee eats chicken wings in Redhill rather than chye tow kway from his own GRC

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  • ec6403g

    I hope these people gets their money back.

  • kelly

    Why it’s not heckling…not the children targeted. “As the protesters moved in to the YMCA event area, notice that the special-needs children were not on stage yet and did not do so for a while. This made one point clear: the heckling was to counter initial chanting from the YMCA event participants and was not directed at the special-needs kids. Then, when the children took to the stage, notice how a few people already filming the event started to pan their cameras between the kids and the protesters. Seconds later, the marchers left as the kids start to perform. ”–various-accounts-of

    They wanted to attract the attention of Teo Ser Luck, not the kids’. Probably a bad action but the intention to heckle is not there.

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  • Anybody

    Is there a malicious intent on the part of the protesters and Roy Ngerng? Has this been established by any Fair, Just and Righteous Authority?

    Is there a malicious intent in writing this article, if what were written have not been established as facts, and if “facts” have not been ascertained as the truth, the whole truth, nothing but the truth?