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Bangladeshi Worker Cheated By Employer, Posted Heartfelt Video To Thank S'poreans For Helping To Crowdfund For His Debts

Bangladeshi worker Rajib borrowed $8000 to come to Singapore in hopes of finding a job to feed his family. However, his dream was crushed when he realized that his employer had cheated him. Things got worse when he was slapped with a police report for something he did not commit. Thankfully, Singaporeans have started a crowdfunding campaign for him and he will soon be settling his debts. He thanked Singaporeans for their kind gesture in a heartfelt video.

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FARID KHAN'S MEDIA STAFF COUNSELLED FOR 'ACCIDENTALLY' SHARING PETITION

The media staff who "accidentally" shared a petition about the Rohingya crisis on Mr Farid Khan's FB has been counselled. According to his Campaign Manager, they have counselled the member and "also requested our media team to exercise extra caution henceforth. We consider that this issue has been adequately dealt with and is now closed."

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ELD: PROSPECTIVE PE CANDIDATES CAN CAMPAIGN BEFORE NOMINATION DAY

It is not an offence for a prospective candidate, who has declared himself as seeking nomination as a candidate at an election, to campaign before Nomination Day."

On campaigning rules, the ELD had stated on its website that "candidates can only start their election campaigns from the close of nomination, and up to before the eve of Polling Day".

The spokesperson said these rules apply after the close of Nomination Day and ends on the eve of Polling Day, and applies to candidates who have been successfully nominated. Campaign activities refer to "those that can be reasonably regarded as intending to promote or procure the electoral success of a candidate at an election or to otherwise enhance the candidate’s standing with the electorate for the election

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PRESIDENT CAN STAY IN HDB FLAT? SECURITY THEN HOW?

Seems the media going all out to paint her as the average Singaporean, in touch with the heartlanders. But one thing that jumps out from all this madness, Halimah Yacob was quoted as saying "I don't see why I can't continue, unless of course there are other considerations like security, for instance". Not sure if Halimah Yacob and her neighbours have been following the news lately, but hello! There are other considerations like security, especially with terrorism the world over? Haven't you all heard?

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SPEAK MANDARIN CAMPAIGN APOLOGISES FOR TYPO, OWNSELF CHECK OWNSELF AGAIN?

Organisers of the Speak Mandarin Campaign has apologised for their neglect and typo of the Chinese word "read" in the phrase "listen, speak, read, write". "The Speak Mandarin Campaign regrets the erroneous rendering of the character '读' as '渎' at the Official Launch yesterday, as these are two distinct characters with different meanings. We sincerely apologise for the gravity of this oversight and will take steps to address this". What steps? Go and ownself check ownself la.

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SALUTE NSMEN CAMPAIGN REQUIRES THE PUBLIC TO SALUTE EVERY SINGLE SECOND EVERY DAY

A new NS50 campaign was just launched by Safra on Sunday, named "We Salute our NSmen". This campaign hopes to rally Singaporeans to show their appreciation to all past and present national servicemen for their contributions.

What this campaign is about is a simple premise, namely, the public just have to salute the national servicemen they know or meet in their daily lives. And they are also asked to post a photo or video of the salute on social media with the hashtags #NS50salute and #safrasg.

Basically, this means that any male Singaporean that the public sees who are above 20 years of age, then we should salute them. As all Singaporean men are required to undergo NS, the person next to you on that public transport probably deserve a salute. Your husbands or boyfriends also deserve a salute. Anyone who is a male Singaporean, in fact, deserve a salute. So, start saluting away.

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PAP’s Election Campaign Has Begun

PAP 2016 election campaign has gained more visibility. First came the tweaks and changes which has caught Douglas Chua’s eyes causing him to sing endless praises in 2 letters he wrote to the MSM. Visibility came into more focus with the “affordable” MediShield revamps. Followed by the Pioneer Generation Package, to which it was added to by some PAP members, Pioneer Unionists recognition.

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