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Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee goes in

Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee goes in

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They want to be the first visitors to be granted visiting rights.

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Thousands of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believed in the criminal justice system, have taken leave en masse and are camping at Changi Prison overnight.

This after it was revealed that Serina Wee, Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, is going to jail for 3 years 6 months.

The earliest she will go in is two weeks from now, after the six current and former City Harvest Church leaders have completed their appeals.

One of the people who is queuing up, Pai Dui, said: “I just want to be the first one to visit her if she gets sentenced to prison.”

“I just want to reassure her she is going to be alright, because thousands of us are supporting her.”

“We will continue supporting her no matter how long it takes.”

At press time, no one is queuing up to be the first to visit Kong Hee.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee sentence meted out

Thousands of S’poreans queue at Changi Prison even before Serina Wee sentence meted out

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They want to be the first visitors to be granted visiting rights.

changi-prison-queue

Thousands of Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believed in the criminal justice system, have taken leave en masse and are camping at Changi Prison overnight.

This after it was revealed that Serina Wee, Goddess of Nectar and All Things Divine, might be sentenced to 11 to 12 years in jail.

The earliest date to pass a sentence is Friday, Nov. 20, when the six current and former City Harvest Church leaders are due back in court for oral submissions on sentencing, after they were found guilty of fraud in October 2015.

One of the people who is queuing up, Pai Dui, said: “I just want to be the first one to visit her if she gets sentenced to prison.”

“I just want to reassure her she is going to be alright, because thousands of us are supporting her.”

“We will continue supporting her no matter how long it takes.”

At press time, no one is queuing up to be the first to visit Kong Hee.

 

 

 

 

 











S’poreans react to British Prime Minister David Cameron visiting S’pore

S’poreans react to British Prime Minister David Cameron visiting S’pore

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Three thoughts that must have went past your mind at some point.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron was in Singapore for a two-day official visit on July 28, 2015.

When he was here, he paid tribute to founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew in his lecture organised by the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy.

PM Cameron praised Lee Kuan Yew for rooting out corruption, which helped give people confidence to invest in Singapore.

Here are three thoughts Singaporeans have:

 

sian-half-auntie “Actually Lee Kuan Yew made Singapore happen by kicking out the British.”
Ang Mo Kwee, 42-year-old chamber maid

 

sian-half-uncle “No one ever seems to praise Lee Hsien Loong for fighting corruption.”
Mei Chu Xi, 70-year-old ex-coolie

 

happy-bird-girl “If David Cameron thought having a lecture about Lee Kuan Yew in Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy looked like a mere coincidence, he was failing.”
Zhen Qiao, 17-year-old professional bar top dancer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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