We don’t really care about the official statement to the stepping down of National Solidarity Party (NSP) secretary-general Tan Lam Siong from the post after less than five months of being elected.
An NSP statement on Wednesday night said that he stepped down “to focus more on his passion for social and community work, and charitable pursuits”.
The NSP’s statement, signed by party president Sebastian Teo, said that during his tenure as secretary-general, Mr Tan had been “energetic and resourceful, putting in place new initiatives and introducing new perspectives into the party”.
“Whilst the party is sad to lose him as our secretary-general, we would like to thank him for his contributions during this period, and wish him all the best in his pursuits.”
So he was good and you were sad to let him go.
So why go?
Come on give us the details!
The more lurid the better.