The love-hate relationship between Roy Ngerng and M Ravi has now gone to the wtf stage when they were both announced as reform party candidates for the Ang Mo Kio GRC.
Add Gilbert Goh in the mix, and what’s left will be some dancing bears and a monkey with a donation can in its hand and Ang Mo Kio residents canh enjoy a circus at their doorsteps.
We are so jelly.
The Reform Party (RP) announced that it will field lawyer M Ravi, blogger Roy Ngerng, career counsellor Gilbert Goh, entrepreneur Osman Sulaiman, former banker Jesse Loo and ex-NTUC Club media producer Siva Chandran as its candidates to contest Ang Mo Kio Group Representation Constituency (GRC).
“Today we are here at Lee Hsien Loong’s constituency to present a challenge to him,” said RP secretary-general Kenneth Jeyaretnam. He said Mr Ravi will be leading the six-member team.
While Goh and Ngerng have been involved in protests at the Speakers’ Corner, Jeyaretnam said: “We are not a protest group. We are not hecklers from the sidelines. We are a serious and stable party. We are coming here with a serious intent of serving the residents of Ang Mo Kio.”
Even two coffee-shops owners refused to serve or be served by them. They were chased away when they tried to hold their press-conference in two coffee-shops.
They ended up doing it along the pavement.