Just in case you missed this.
Sourcing from the DAP Insider website, Syed Akbar Ali blogged this morning:
“one of the big [Penang property developer] taikors gave a donation of RM2.0 million to a Chinese school which Tokong’s son used to attend. Recall there was some stink about Tokong’s teenage son at that school. The teenager left the school in a haste and was transferred to another school.”
A fresh piece of info has to come to light which might be of interest to you.
This taikor (the Tokong new BFF), who was given the Kg Buah Pala deal, is apparently also the chairman of the school board of directors. Yup, that school.
The MCA-owned newspaper aka Warta Jerusubang was never interested in pursuing the story about Tokong’s son. Same as how it buried several other stories that were negative about the DAP 2.0 evangelista coterie.
It’s a reporting job that The Scissors – which was launched in Penang and for a long time headquartered in Penang – strangely refuses to do although it should be more than capable of carrying out the task.
After all, it was a Penang paper for a large part of its life and has a large Penang bureau and should have the contacts to dig into and unearth the real story.
The million ringgit question: Why didn’t it? The MCA must be held accountable for its media machinery’s dereliction of duty.