Wilfred Yap ‘turun padang’

SUPP PCB Chief cum Kota Sentosa Branch Chairman, Wilfred Yap during his regular “turun padang” activity to 7th Mile Bazaar was recently approached by the residents and business community for his assistance to request Padawan Municipal Council to carry out repair works to the damaged seats at a bus station in front of the Kota Sentosa Wet market.

Following the request for assistance received, the matter was immediately communicated to Padawan Municipal Council (MPP) and the repair works will be carried out shortly. SUPP PCB Chief, Wilfred Yap will continue to follow up and monitor the matter until the repair works are completed.

SUPP Public Complaints Bureau Chief Wilfred Yap and SUPP members of 7th Mile Sub Branch shall also continue to serve as the eyes and ears of the community living there to ensure that the infrastructure facilities in Kota Sentosa area are in good condition and maintained properly for the benefit of the community living there. Wilfred Yap will also continue to highlight and try to resolve issues of public interest affecting the public.

SUPP Public Complaints Bureau is always ready to lend a helping hand to the anyone facing  problems or who come across problems of public interest but does not know how to deal with it. Anyone requiring assistance can always call SUPP Public Complaint’s mobile number at 016-7797688 or 082-246999 or go direct to SUPP Head Office to request for assistance.

On another matter, SUPP PCB Chief & Kota Sentosa Branch Chairman, Wilfred Yap is very disappointed with the recent actions of DAP criticising GPS YBs for not supporting the amendment of Article 1(2) due to the failure of PH Government to include the words “ … pursuant to Malaysia Agreement 1963”.

The criticisms from  DAP is a clear admission that Sarawak DAP members are a mouth piece of their Malayan Masters and that DAP is controlled by Tun Dr Mahathir. It is also clear from their recent statements and actions that Sarawak DAP YBs will not be fighting for the return of the rights and power to Sarawak under the 1963 Malaysia Agreement (MA63).

The glaring economic disparities between Malaya and Sarawak mandates that Sarawak restore 100% of its rights over its petroleum resources and to use the economic resources derived from petroleum to develop itself for the sake of our future generations.

It is therefore very crucial and important for every loyal Sarawakian to be united under a common objective for the restoration of Sarawak’s rights under Malaysia Agreement 1963 and  not to be misled by  Pakatan Harapan.

As loyal Sarawakians, we should fight for Sarawak rights and continue the effort of Tok Nan (the late Tan Sri Adenan Satem), who got the ball rolling to set the Sarawak Agenda for autonomy in motion.

Sarawakians must stand up for our rights, speak with one United Sarawak voice and to go all out to fight for the return of our rights and entitlements that have been eroded over the years especially during the 22 years when Tun Mahathir was Prime Minister for the sake of our  future generations.