Wednesday, 11 September 2013

RM 5 million in two A4 boxes from Tiong King Sing

Can we fill two A4 boxes with RM 5 million, RM 2.5 million in 25 packets in each box? I am very curious about how this can be done? How big will a packet be, to contain RM 100 thousand, assuming that it is 1000 pieces of RM100 note? And why a donation to MCA is not being banked into MCA’s account, instead it has to be given to the party’s vice president in two A4 boxes? It sounded very much like a scene from Ripley’s Believe it or not!

Like any Joe public, I am curious when I read about the witnesses’ testimony in court with regards to Tiong King Sing’s suit against former Transport Minister and MCA President, Ong Tee Keat for a refund of RM 10 million that was initially said to be on loan to him but subsequently changed to donation to MCA. As the matter is still pending in court, I’ll let the court to decide whether such loan or donation did take place and whether Ong or MCA should refund the donation or loan. And, 23rd September will be an interesting day as Ong will take stand in court.

However, to feed to curiosity of the members of the public, can Tiong, the Barisan Nasional MP for Bintulu, for the sake of the public’s interest and for the sake of Barisan Nasional, please instruct his personal assistant Azman Abdul Rahman to demonstrate to us on how he fill two A4 boxes with RM 5 million like what he did back in 2008? Otherwise, the public court’s opinion towards Tiong and Basisan Nasional are not too favorable for him and the ruling coalition that is fighting hard to regain public support.  

P/S: Having experience with handling huge amount of money, I personally do not believe that an A4 box can contain RM2.5 million. 

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