Covıd-19, Coronavirus, Josephine Teo, Surbana Jurong

Covıd-19, Coronavirus

Manpower Minister agrees to waive S$1,000 donation requirement for Facebook user who made false corruption claims

Manpower Minister agrees to waive S$1,000 donation requirement for Facebook user who made false corruption claims

22/5/2020 2:35:00 PM

Manpower Minister agrees to waive S$1,000 donation requirement for Facebook user who made false corruption claims

SINGAPORE: Manpower Minister Josephine Teo has agreed to waive the S$1,000 donation required of the man who made corruption claims against her and ...

AdvertisementAdvertisementIn the post, he had alleged that Mrs Teo"improperly benefited herself and her family financially, as a result of her mismanagement of the dormitory infections relating to the COVID-19 virus, and the development of emergency housing facilities by Surbana Jurong".

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Mrs Teo's husband, Mr Teo Eng Cheong, is chief executive (International) of Surbana Jurong, which had developed the community care facilities at Singapore Expo and Changi Exhibition Centre.READ: Facebook user apologises over false corruption claims about Josephine Teo and husband

The Manpower Minister said on Wednesday that the allegations are “untrue, scurrilous and completely baseless”."On these projects, Surbana Jurong dealt directly with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of National Development. Neither my spouse nor I have any involvement with the commissioning of these projects or the monetary transactions," she said in a statement issued by law firm Allen & Gledhill on Wednesday.

The firm issued legal letters to Mr Liew and activist Jolovan Wham on behalf of Mrs Teo on Wednesday, demanding they publicly withdraw their accusations.Both men were also required to make a donation of S$1,000 each to the Migrant Workers' Assistance Fund.

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Clearly conflict of interest case with SJ. Whistle blowers get silent. Stuff like that is 11 years jail in Vietnam. Shameless with work levy and yearly to half year review of economic impact of work levy . Bankruptcy? Horns growing my bet is spite nobody vote pap. Ng eng Heng would select his own team and Chee soon Juan challenges him and shan many years until there is an issue of neurotic neuroscience research.

Where other Ministers or ruling party MPs would have proceeded with a defamation lawsuit requiring huge compensation monetarily by the other side, Josephine Teo has shown an exceptional magnanimity that perhaps others from her party can learn from. Brilliant! The only country where commoner CANNOT sue government but government can sue a individual...... Like only Politicians have pride to sue for defamation!!!!!!!

MoM is the best. Talk is not so cheap sometimes huh? Talk talk talk, whack people when u feel like it. When it comes to donating, can’t afford to donate. Better not see u post your shopping online. Awwww, should have kept it. ☹️😂 👍🏼👍🏾👍🏽

Facebook user apologises over false corruption claims about Josephine Teo and husbandSINGAPORE: A Facebook user apologised on Wednesday (May 20) for making corruption claims about Manpower Minister Josephine Teo and her husband ... wa fierce , straight away lawyer letter to that fake new maker , serve them right , bye bye $$$$$ to feed those banagalas , big mouth kena , orbi goot Repeat after me: fact check fact check fact check. Mr Liew and Mr Wham this is a critical time for our nation to stand together and not using emotional accusations to create mileage for your personal political agendas. SGUnited

Jolovan Wham apologises over allegations of corruption against Josephine TeoSINGAPORE: Activist Jolovan Wham has apologised for making corruption claims against Manpower Minister Josephine Teo in relation to the ...

Jolovan Wham apologises over allegations of corruption against Josephine TeoSINGAPORE — Activist Jolovan Wham has apologised for making corruption claims against Manpower Minister Josephine Teo in relation to the development of COVID-19 community care facilities.

Activist Jolovan Wham apologises to Josephine Teo for false corruption claims; both men issued legal letters have apologisedSINGAPORE - Social worker and activist Jolovan Wham on Friday (May 22) apologised to Manpower Minister Josephine Teo for making false corruption allegations against her and has removed the statement he made on Facebook containing the accusations.. Read more at straitstimes.com. The saga of Mr. Wham’s careless whisper ...

One of two men issued legal letters apologises to Manpower Minister for allegations of profiteering and corruptionSINGAPORE — One of the two men to whom Manpower Minister Josephine Teo had issued letters of demand, for making false statements accusing her and her husband of profiteering and corruption, has apologised to her. Something about this is sickening to Singaporeans.. Is it one must demand to be apologised to get apology? Clearly conflict of interest. Sick with ministers abuse of power.

Allegations of profiteering, corruption over COVID-19 community care facilities 'false and malicious': GovernmentThe Government has refuted the allegations about the development of the Singapore Expo and Changi Exhibition Centre community care facilities for ...