There must be something at Pasir Ris that we public don’t know about. Something nefarious. Something sinister and dangerous. So dangerous that a former Navy Chief had to enlist the help of a former Army Chief to battle it out together.
Something as dangerous as the party led by this man perhaps:
But for us who are not in the know, Pasir Ris seems an ideallic town, devoid of any threats. There are no headwinds. In fact, the terrain is so gentle and flat that a parachutist can land without breaking a leg.
The People’s Action Party (PAP) on Saturday (Aug 22) officially named its slate of candidates for the Pasir Ris-Punggol Group Representation Constituency (GRC) for the coming General Election (GE).
Among those who will be joining former Navy Chief Teo Chee Hean is former Army Chief Ng Chee Meng.
“My immediate priority is to walk the ground, actively seek the views of residents and hear their concerns. In the short period I’ve been here, I’ve had some opportunities to hear first-hand their concerns, aspirations, day-to-day needs like childcare and transport.”
He has less than 30 days to stroll around the estate to gather feedbacks.
Meanwhile, the real battleground of Aljuneid is still without a PAP fighter.