Our PM said "I have not been able to satisfy his (Yong's) personal greed." the day SAPP through its President, Yong Teck Lee announced that SAPP would move a vote of No Confidence... HERE.
The following day BN announced after their emergency meeting decided not to expel SAPP as it was not a "Party decision." BN through Abdullah was trying to potray that Yong took the decision as all his own and not of the party. Yet the spin was not 100% are in favour of the move. Clever! BN, do not forget that within BN not 100% too are in favour of what you do... right?
Now while Abdullah has yet to explain what he meant by Yong's personal greed... Yong came out with a damning revelation...
Funny that these news can be found in the subservient Star these days.
KOTA KINABALU: SAPP president Datuk Yong Teck Lee claimed the offer of Senator and envoy posts smacks of bribery.
Yong claimed that he turned down the offer to be made a Senator and the envoy task for the BIMPEAGA region as a move to “shut his mouth” over issues his party had been highlighting to the leadership.
Showing the letter marked “rahsia (secret)” he said it was offered to him by Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman who told him that if he accepted it, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi would announce it.
“I asked him why now. Is it to keep me quiet? He (Musa) said no, but I told him (Musa) I better not take it.
“Better offer it to some other SAPP member,” said Yong.
He said he received the offer letter on June 17, a day before he announced that SAPP MPs would table or support a motion of no confidence against Abdullah.Well, Abdullah, you do not need to reveal anything. You offered that to Yong on June 17th. And that would have been your response to Yong's greed that he wants more. Smart of Yong to reveal it.. what more.. "RAHSIA" oooooooh... what an expose! Yong has used it against you, dear PM.. Smacks of Bribery... geee.... how now?