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News about AMK Town Council took 3 months to make public shows govt efficiency

News about AMK Town Council took 3 months to make public shows govt efficiency

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Much fast.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe that there is no such thing as the Singapore government doing the wrong thing, are clapping their hands in approval.

This after it took news about Ang Mo Kio Town Council three months to make public, when it was first uncovered in September 2016 and reported by December the same year, proving once and for all that this is the work of government efficiency.

One local, Jin Kin, said: “Singapore took 50 years to go from fishing village to First World Nation but took three months to reveal wrongdoing.”

“This just proves Singapore has been progressing very fast, building buildings and institutions. So little time, so many buildings.”

Other locals said three months is a reasonable time frame for breaking the news of any wrongdoing.

One local, Mei You Cuo, said: “Three months, six months, 12 months, all the same.”

“There is no such thing as the government being inefficient or trying not to make things go public fully for all to gawk at and point fingers.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans wait for Prime Minister to make statement about AMK Town Council, integrity

S’poreans wait for Prime Minister to make statement about AMK Town Council, integrity

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They are looking forward to it.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to be told how and why it is important to live a morally upright life, are waiting with bated breath for the Prime Minister to issue a statement about Ang Mo Kio Town Council.

This after the general manager and secretary of Ang Mo Kio Town Council, Victor Wong, has been removed from his duties and is under investigation by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.

One Singaporean, Bao Jing, said: “I vaguely recall there was a lot of admonitions and talk of morality not too long ago about some other town council issue.”

“Suddenly, I don’t hear much, I don’t feel good or used to it.”

“I think people are dying to hear another lecture.”

Other locals said the lack of sound and fury is understandable.

Another local, An Jing, said: “Sometimes in life, it is best not to say much.”

“If you say too much, you don’t know what will happen in the future also.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





S’poreans wait for Law Minister to make statement about AMK Town Council, integrity

S’poreans wait for Law Minister to make statement about AMK Town Council, integrity

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They are looking forward to it.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who like to be told how and why it is important to live a morally upright life, are waiting with bated breath for the Law Minister to issue a statement about Ang Mo Kio Town Council.

This after the general manager and secretary of Ang Mo Kio Town Council, Victor Wong, has been removed from his duties and is under investigation by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.

One Singaporean, Bao Jing, said: “I vaguely recall there was a lot of admonitions and talk of morality not too long ago about some other town council issue.”

“Suddenly, I don’t hear much, I don’t feel good or used to it.”

“I think people are dying to hear another lecture.”

Other locals said the lack of sound and fury is understandable.

Another local, An Jing, said: “Sometimes in life, it is best not to say much.”

“If you say too much, you don’t know what will happen in the future also.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Release AMK Town Council general manager at once as S’pore don’t have blame culture

Release AMK Town Council general manager at once as S’pore don’t have blame culture

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Many valuable learning points to learn instead.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who no longer participate in a blame culture, have come out to take notes and imbibe the lessons on offer.

This after the general manager and secretary of Ang Mo Kio Town Council, Victor Wong, has been removed from his duties and is under investigation by the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau.

One Singaporean, Oh Bee Kut, said: “Singaporeans are looking forward to many valuable lessons from this CPIB probe.”

“We need to learn that corruption is an honest mistake to move on from without pointing fingers.”

“Given that the population density is very high at 5.5 million people, once in a while, someone will have a fault by chance.”

Other locals said no one needs to be held accountable for any lapses in Ang Mo Kio Town Council because that is a concept for countries with a blame culture.

Dui Bu Qi, another local, said: “No one in the government need to apologise or feel sorry at all.”

“This is because the pain and regret of those who did something wrong is punishment enough.”

“Saying ‘sorry’ is part of the blame culture and must be done away with.”

“If anything, it is Singaporeans from all walks of life who need to apologise for being a liability.”