The National Solidarity Party (NSP)’s former superstar candidate, 28 year-old Ms Nicole Seah, said on Sunday that she is not rejoining the party and will not stand for election.
This follows comments from NSP acting secretary-general Hazel Poa who said that the party had “initiated contact” with Ms Seah via WhatsApp.
Ms Seah told the media: “I didn’t receive any message on WhatsApp from NSP. Perhaps they messaged my Singapore number which is not in use.
“I’m not rejoining NSP and will not be running for elections this time.”
She added that she has however been in touch with NSP assistant secretary-general Reno Fong and NSP organising secretary Spencer Ng on Facebook.
Earlier on Sunday, Ms Poa said in reaching out to Ms Seah, she hopes that Ms Seah would rejoin the party. But she stopped short of saying whether NSP wants to field her as a candidate in the next election.