Sunday, January 1, 2012

Penganjur DAP Sarawak Juga Penganjur Aktiviti Rosak Akhlak??!!

Penganjur DAP juga menganjur kegiatan masalah sosial di Sarawak.  Tidak hairanlah sejak DAP berkuasa di bandaraya dan bandar besar di Sarawak semakin banyak kegiatan ahlong atau peminjam wang berlesen yang mengenakan faedah tahap dewa di sekitar Sarawak!??  Mungkin inilah habuan setelah berjaya menaja kempen DAP di sekitar bandaraya!??

Gambar ini ditangkap di kawasan Padungan di mana tertulis perkataan di bawah

Gangster Ahlong O-kau@Michael Teo Kim Huat Datuk Lau Wei Kiong Control School Associations
Sila baca lebih lanjut disini

OKAW@Black Dog pernah ditahan pada tahun 2009 dalam Operasi Cantas Kenyalang sila rujuk di sini dipetik dalam kotak komen

Open tender projects: ‘RM404m gone to waste’

Syed Jaymal Zahiid | November 10, 2011

The DAP claims that the money was wasted because the government has refused to award 67 open tender projects to the lowest qualified bidders.

KUALA LUMPUR: As much as RM404 million extra was “wasted” this year because the rural and regional development ministry refused to award 67 open tender projects to the lowest qualified bidders, DAP Perak chief Ngeh Koo Ham said.

Ngeh, the Beruas MP, claimed that of the 209 projects planned for the year, the ministry had awarded 129, of which only 68 were given via open tender.

Although open tenders were conducted for the 68 projects, he said they were not given to the lowest-priced bidder apart from one.

“There are reasons to suspect the existence of rampant corrupt practices,” said Ngeh, the DAP deputy secretary-general.

He cited one example of a project where the bidding could have been as low as RM7,775,000 but the ministry eventually awarded the tender for RM41,736,809.77.

He also claimed the Sarawak Rural Water Supply recticulation system worth RM83 million and the Sarawak Special Rural Water Supply 2011/2012 project worth RM555 million were awarded through direct negotiations.

Ngeh said he estimated that RM500 million of taxpayers’ money were lost through improper awarding of these projects.

He claimed that Deputy Rural and Regional Development Minister Joseph Entulu Belaun had refused to answer his questions on the allegations in Parliament on Monday.

“I stayed up till 10.30pm in Parliament on Monday to debate and to wait for the answer from the ministry on the issues I had raised.

“I was greatly disappointed when the deputy minister refused to answer my questions,” Ngeh said


Black Dog' no longer a threat

New Straits Times, Sep 9, 2007

KUCHING: He is known to have been involved in loan sharking, gambling, prostitution and drugs for more than 30 years.

In the 1970s, "O Kaw" (Black Dog) was held under the Internal Security Act for passport forgery. In the 1980s, he was detained twice under the Emergency Ordinance and was banished to the penal island of Pulau Jerejak.

Each time, the gangster picked up where he had left off on his release.

Because people were afraid of him, it had been impossible till now to make any of the crimes he is said to have committed stick.

On Friday, the 67-year-old was picked up on another Emergency Ordinance warrant, but this time police are confident they have nailed him.

State CID chief Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said yesterday: "The allegations against him are strong. It was only in recent months that we could build a case against him. Information on him has been coming in freely now. I believe this is due to public confidence in police acting against gangsters. People felt intimidated by his threats. That's why we are only acting now."

Black Dog, so called because of his penchant for heavily-tinted black cars, is the latest in a string of gang leaders to be arrested under the Ops Cantas Kenyalang crackdown on organised crime. He is believed to have been flown to the peninsula yesterday and will be held at an undisclosed location for 60 days.

Police have arrested 21 gang leaders and their lieutenants.

They are hunting for another 10 to 12 leaders.


Gang lord’s arrest brings number to 21

The Star, Sunday September 9, 2007

KUCHING: Another gang leader has been nabbed bringing the total of gang lords arrested under Ops Cantas Kenyalang to 21.

State CID chief Senior Asst Comm II Tun Hisan Tun Hamzah said a six-man team nabbed the suspect, in his 60s, at a leading shopping centre here on Friday evening.

He said the suspect and the others nabbed under the five-month operations statewide were detained under the Emergency Ordinance.

The man is allegedly linked to illegal activities, including prostitution and gangsterism.

He is said to have business interests in a car company, and holds key posts in several non-governmental education and community-based organisations.


Michael Teo Kim Huat@OKAW

-Kuching Rotary Club member

-Kuching Hokkien Association member

-Kamdar Carpet / Naza Car Dealer Jln Tun Jugah Kch

-Competitive Supreme Ssangyong Car Dealer formerly along Jln Hui Sing

-Rasa Sayang pub Jln Sekama Kch

-Lido Sport pub Jln Ang Cheng Ho Kch

-Pandan Indah Thai Restaurant RH Commercial Centre Jln Airport Kch

-Lian Hua Seng group / made the Sarawak state monopoly rice, flour miller by Bernas/UMNO only to smuggle it again to Kalimantan

-Top DVD pirates dealer in Sarawak

-Esawin Resources Jln Pending Kch awarded RM200 Million RES/Rural Electrification Scheme projects by UMNO

-Favoured by Sulaiman Taib for helping 'settled' the Avaa Vanja Ramli assault case in KL by Okaw gangs

-Favoured by UMNO Pahang in smuggling subsidised diesels via Bintawa - Singapore - Thai market using modified fishing trawlers, big tanker vessels and lorry tankers Metro Sedia Group all kept blind eye by Kementerian Perdagangan Dalam Negeri & Kepenggunaan

-Total OKAW gang/associates empire worth easily RM1 Billion


Dubious deal by Metro Sedia group/ Chew Chiaw Ann/ Okaw Gang:

A RM17 million price tag

Anil Netto blog, Dec 26, 2009

On 4 December 2009, Sime Darby Bhd, through its plantation arm, Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd, bought the entire issued and paid-up capital (50,000 shares of RM1 each) of an obscure new company, Nature Ambience Sdn Bhd, for RM16.8 million.

What makes Nature Ambience, which was incorporated only a year ago (on 12 December 2008), so special? Although it will become an oil palm plantation firm, a company search reveals its nature of business to be “general trading”.

On 2 October 2009, the Ministry of Land Development, Sarawak granted Nature Ambience approval to be the investor/developer for 26,211ha of Native Customary Rights land in Kapit and Julau, Sarawak. This was reportedly in line with the Sarawak state government’s “new concept of development on NCR land”. The Ministry is headed by James Masing, who is also the state assembly member for Balleh, one of the constituencies in Kapit.

With its purchase of Nature Ambience, Sime Darby will now be allowed to develop oil palm plantations in the Sarawak NCR development scheme.

A joint venture is expected to be established between:

Nature Ambience, as the joint venture vehicle, Sime Plantation and

Pelita Holdings Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of the Land Custody & Development Authority of Sarawak (Pelita), acting for itself and as trustee for the natives holding the native customary rights in the NCR lands.

(Under the Sarawak NCR development scheme, the usual joint-venture structure is

Investor – 60%

NCR native landowners (with Pelita acting as trustee) – 30%

Pelita’s own stake in joint venture – 10%

Under the scheme, leasehold title (usually 60 years) is given to the joint-venture firm with the natives getting a 30 per cent stake in the firm in return.)

For the purchase of Nature Ambience, Sime Darby paid close to RM17 million to buy the firm from Common Enhance Sdn Bhd. “The total cash consideration for the acquisition was RM16,816,212 which has been paid on even date (4 December) from internally generated funds,” Sime Darby reported to the Bursa on 7 December 2009.

Company searches reveal an interesting three-tier hierarchy of ownership of Nature Ambience:

Of Nature Ambience’s 50,000 shares of RM1 each, 49, 998 shares were owned by Common Enhance Sdn Bhd.

Common Enhance, which was registered on 15 September 2009, in turn has an issued capital of 50,000 shares of which 49,998 are owned by Fuji Perfect Sdn Bhd.

And surprise, surprise, Fuji Perfect, which was also registered on 15 Sept 2009, also has an issued capital of 50,000 shares, of which 49,998 are owned by Chew Chiaw Ann, who reportedly happens to be CEO of Metro Sedia Group (see report in The Star here.)

The two remaining shares in each of the three companies are held by a Yap Liee Mee and a Loh Kuan Chween. All three firms have an identical registered address: First floor, Lot 2137 and 2138, Jalan Utama, Pending Industrial Estate, 93450 Kuching.

Several questions spring to mind:

Why the three-tier ownership?

How does the Ministry justify granting an approval letter to Nature Ambience? What is Nature Ambience’s track record, bearing in mind that the company was set up a year ago?

Why was the approval letter not given directly to Sime Darby?

What sort of work has Nature Ambience done in two months since getting the approval in Oct 2009?

Where did the RM17 million that Sime Darby paid actually end up?

How much have the natives who own the NCR land actually received so far?

Coincidentally or otherwise, Kapit was chosen as Sime Darby’s first location in Sarawak for a corporate social responsibility project. In January, the firm reportedly donated RM500,000 for repairs to and new facilities for five schools in the division.


Firm gives towards improving schools in Kapit

The Star, Saturday January 17, 2009

KUCHING: Five rural primary schools in Sarawak can look forward to enjoying better facilities.

SK Nanga Mujong, SK Lubok Mawang, SK Nanga Meluan, SK Nanga Entuloh and SK Nanga Tiau, all located in Kapit division, will receive RM100,000 each to repair and build classrooms, hostels and other facilities for students and teachers.

The financial assistance is part of Sime Darby’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) project through its school adoption programme.

Corporate generosity: (From left) Metro Sedia Group CEO Chew Chiaw Ann, Mohd Ishak, Mohd Ismail, Masing and state deputy education director Mortadza Alop posing after the cheque presentation in Kuching recently.

“This is our first CSR project in Sarawak as far as education is concerned. We are also assisting schools in Peninsula Malaysia,” Sime Darby’s group human resources executive vice-president Mohamad Ishak Abdul Hamid said after presenting a cheque to State Land Development Minister Datuk Dr James Masing here recently.

Thanking Sime Darby for the contribution, Dr Masing said it was a move in the right direction for the company to focus on schools.

“The best way to develop our human capital is by supporting our schools and making sure they have good facilities. I hope other companies will follow suit,” he said.

He added that the schools would probably start their infrastructure projects next month.

A total of 340 pupils in the five schools will benefit from the projects.


More on Metro Sedia group/ Chew Chiaw Ann/ Okaw Gang/ Esawin Resources rewarded big projects by UMNO (Rural Electrification Scheme RES by Kementerian Kemajuan Luar Bandar & Wilayah/ Datuk Shafie Afdal one of Najib's close crony ally and UMNO Semporna chief/ MP and big RISDA project Datuk Rahim Thambi Chik):

A. Maklumat Syarikat: :



Postcode 93450



Telephone: -

Fax : -

Email : -

B. Maklumat Pendaftaran :


i) No Pendafataran : 0120091109-SR126622

ii) Bumiputra : Tiada Maklumat

iii) Tarikh Luput Pendaftaran : 14-12-2011

iv) Gred : G7

v) Pengkhususan :



Nombor Pendaftaran Perniagaan/Syarikat/Lain-Lain:


ROC : 827089M

No Pendaftaran Lain:

No Lesen Berniaga Sabah:

Trading License: 470393

Status*: Aktif

G.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul :

a.Modal Dibenarkan (RM):

b.Modal Berbayar / Modal Terkumpul (RM): 1,000,000.00

H.Maklumat Projek:

Bil Tajuk Tarikh Anugerah Nilai (RM) Kilen

1. Pelaksanaan Projek Bekalan Elektrik Luar Bandar (BELB) Talian Grid Negeri Sarawak Tahun 2010-2111 (Bahagian Mukah, Sibu & Sri Aman) 01-08-2010 RM 120,000,000.00 KEMENTERIAN KEMAJUAN LUAR BANDAR DAN WILAYAH

2. Projek Bekalan Elektrik Luar Bandar (BELB) Talian Grid Negeri Sarawak Zon Satu B (1B), Zon Dua (2) & Zon Tiga (3) Tahun 2009-2010 Secara Rundingan Terus 'Design & Build' 23-07-2009 RM 80,000,000.00 RISDA DAERAH SEGAMAT


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