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M’SIA POLITICIAN SAYS S’POREANS WILL FLOCK TO M’SIA TO WORK IF HIS PARTY WINS

Nga Kor Ming, a Malaysian politician from the Pakatan Harapan party, was speaking during a rally ahead of Malaysia’s general election and said that Singaporeans will be the ones seeking jobs in Malaysia instead, if his party wins, according to Malaysiakini.

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He was speaking on 27 October at a fundraiser in Muar, saying that his party will help boost the country’s economy if they are voted in.

He made the claim that his party will improve the country’s economy so much that Singaporeans will go to Malaysia for jobs.

Nga said that he had faith in Anwar Ibrahim, his party’s chairman, and that the latter can solve Malaysia’s financial problems.

He also mentioned that foreign investors have since lost faith in the current Malaysian leadership and added that the trust will be further strained if Barisan Nasional wins.

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On the falling value of the Malaysian Ringgit, Nga said that if it continues, the Malaysian youths will be forced to work in Singapore, having to wake up at 5am to cross the customs into Singapore to work and only returning at night.

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