Can one imagine what would have happened if the Kuala Trengganu newly built stadium roof collapses at a time when there were thousands of people watching a football match, and worse still, if the Sultan of the state was there amongst the crown? What explanation can the Trengganu government (or was it the Idris Jusoh government) now give, to absorb themselves of any blame? Or will they now look around to find who should shoulder all the blame? Will it be Ahmad Said, Patrick Lim or Idris Jusoh? Someone has to shoulder the blame, and who could that be?
I am quite sure the blame game has started, and it will be interesting to see how the state government will react, and what will the verdict be. RM 270 million was all is takes to built the stadium that was officially opened by the Sultan of Trengganu on May 10 last year, and it will take another RM270 million of public fund to reconstruct the damaged stadium, or will the entire stadium be raise to the ground? Who really cares about spending public fund and the wastage of funds. After all the Trengganu state is cash rich with petroleum royalty paid into its coffer by Petronas, so they say.
Have we not seen how the state has been spending its new found wealth over the last few years under the previous government. Such lavishness and extravagance in building monuments like the Crystal Mosque, organizing the Monsoon Cup with lush parties to entertain the participants and the rich and famous, while the poor people of Trengganu are left out of these festivities that does not bring any benefit to the Trengganu people.
Now we hear of an attempt by the pro-Idris Jusoh group assemblymen to vote out MB Ahmad Said. There must be something seriously wrong with Ahmad Said that warrants such an attempt. Is it because the pro-Idris Jusoh are been left out dry because they no longer have access to the once lavishness and extravagance of the pervious government. I believe it is all about money and power; not about wanting to serve the down trodden Trengganu people.
Now back to the collapse stadium. Deputy PM Muhyiddin Yasin has said that it is now left to the state government to act, thus absorbing any blame on the Federal Government. And certainly Muhyiddin does not want the state government to conclude in their investigations by saying that the incident is purely an act of God.
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