Insecure Central Najib and Another NFC in the making?:Breaching the final frontier Time to Go

Is Najib white washing the NFC scandal? Janji mesti di tepati – NFC must be made to pay every single sen they stole from the nation.

Such a shame on the PM who says all promises have been kept from the National budget, whereas it clearly seen that RM250million has disappeared from the nation Treasury. Doesnt he feel any shame, when others can make a success, when they dont even have the land area and the other infrastructure support. Shame on you

Shahrizat ,NFC Najib and :Time to Go

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today launched the Keningau Integrated Livestock Centre (KILC), the first large-scale livestock centre in the country.

Najib said the RM763 million, 2,084-acre project under the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC) is part of the Sabah Interior Food Valley initiative.

He added that the KILC Nucleus Breeding Farm is expected to have 2,000 cows to produce six million litres of milk a year to supply the whole country and for export to neighbouring countries including Brunei.

Brunei has a 40 per cent equity through its RM120 million initial investment in the pioneer centre in Sook, about 50km from Keningau town, said Najib.

“We can be proud of this achievement (Brunei’s investment) as we chose a Pensiangan district in the interior of Sook and not a location in Kuala Lumpur,” he said at the KILC’s ground-breaking ceremony and gathering with the residents of Sook today.

Najib also witnessed the signing of the Heads of Agreement between the Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority, represented by Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri Joseph Pairin Kitingan, and Annam Corporation’s representative, Brunei Investment Agency chief executive officer Hartini Abdullah.

He described the project as one of the successes in SDC’s development and part of the strategy to transform the rural areas.

“What we’ve done and are doing will become a reality, not just an empty dream which we cannot achieve.

“Since a long time ago we have achieved successes upon successes but we should not be complacent as the rural development agenda would not be completed for the next few decades,” he said.

Najib said the Barisan Nasional government would be able to implement its rural development agenda through the Government Transformation programme and Economic Transformation Programme in eight years to develop the nation’s citizens.

Najib, who is also finance minister, said the nation’s achievements are based on comprehensive and holistic planning and its ability to manage the economy well.

What we’ve done and are doing will become a reality, not just an empty dream which we cannot achieve.

“Since a long time ago we have achieved successes upon successes but we should not be complacent as the rural development agenda would not be completed for the next few decades,” he said.

Najib said the Barisan Nasional government would be able to implement its rural development agenda through the Government Transformation programme and Economic Transformation Programme in eight years to develop the nation’s citizens.

Najib said the RM763 million, 2,084-acre project under the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC) is part of the Sabah Interior Food Valley initiative.
He cited, as an example, Keningau dairy millionaire Datuk Yap Yun Fook who started with only two cows and RM1,000 in the ‘80s and now has a 110-hectare high-tech farm, placing him as the largest breeder and dairy farmer in the country, and urged the audience to emulate him.
People are still talking about the way Shahrizat fired up the Wanita UMNO assembly with her fierce opening speech. This was a new side to the usually decorous politician who is fighting off criticism over her family’s RM250mil cattle rearing project. She is furious about the way the Pakatan politicians have gone for her.readmorehttp://suarakeadilanmalaysia.wordpress.com/2012/02/07/raja-nong-chik-says-desperate-measures-the-national-feedlot-centre-nfc-scandal-a-maximum-jail-term-of-20-yea
She was like a tigress. Her eyes, dramatised by dark eyeliner, blazed as she went for the jugular of her critics in PKR. The ladies loved the way she turned the tables on PKR president Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail and her husband Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim. She was basically saying: “Don’t mess with me.”
But UMNO’s top lady is not in a good place now even though there is no doubt about her support from the senior ladies. Some in UMNO wondered whether the message was also aimed at those within the party. Was she also telling critics in the party not to push her around, that the 1.3 million Wanita members could shake up the party if the ladies rebelled?
No one could quite read her at this point in time. Neither could anyone tell where she is heading from here. The National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) issue has hurt her and the collateral impact on the party is still reverberating.
Despite their support for her, the Wanita ladies are quite uncomfortable with Shahrizat’s claim that Pakatan politicians were attacking her because she is the Wanita leader. They are concerned about Wanita UMNO being dragged into a controversy that has nothing to do with the wing.
The controversy was evidently off-limits at the general assembly. She would have felt the heat from the men if not for a looming general election.
The weird thing is that while there was hardly a mention of controversy inside the assembly, it was a top topic outside the Dewan Merdeka. Opinion in the party about the issue is quite negative. Privately, many say she should make a decision about the situation rather than leave it to the President.
Shahrizat has reached a critical junction in her career. She will have to think about whether she is still a winnable candidate and she may have to decide very soon before the issue escalates and pulls more people in or, worse, pulls the party down.
UMNO’s last assembly before the polls settled a number of questions surrounding the leadership. It is quite clear by now that Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is firmly behind Najib and wants Najib to win well and for UMNO to survive. He is true-blue “orang Umno”. And so is Tun Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. The two Tuns are not on the best of terms but they are on the same page in their support for Najib and UMNO.
Najib also made it crystal clear that he appreciates Muhyiddin whom he described as a loyal Deputy Prime Minister. He is aware of the gossip out there that he and Muhyiddin have different ideas about UMNO’s direction. The No. 1 and No. 2 are two different personalities but they are “orang UMNO”.
When Najib took over UMNO 30 months ago, the party was floundering, battered black and blue. As Najib rallied the troops at the end of the assembly, everyone could see that this man had taken their party back on the track. He has set them in a state of preparedness for the polls. That was the aim of this year’s assembly.
Very few had seen Najib as an orator but every year, his off-the-cuff speeches in UMNO get better. He made a striking figure in his fuschia pink baju Melayu. Confident, earnest and focused, he spoke like a man who knows he has pulled off a job that very few people could and he has done it to the best of his ability.
He is on top of the game and unfazed by the politics of the day. Most importantly, he knows his party is behind him. Despite having somewhat of a poker face, Najib showed a humorous side as he playfully mocked his opponents. The Malays call it “perli” and the audience loved it.
The feedback coming in from the Malay ground has actually been very positive for UMNO but the party leader does not want his members to take it easy, thinking they are going to make it. He wants them to stay alert, hungry for power and work hard to win.
His message at the assembly was not only for those inside PWTC but as UMNO’s best brand name, he is also telling those outside the party to put their trust in him and in UMNO to lead the Barisan Nasional. UMNO, he is saying, is ready for Battlefield Putrajaya.

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