Incompetent town council chairman should own self sack own self

From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Jan 21, 2022 at 11:31 AM
Subject: Incompetent/irresponsible town council chairman should resign
To: Pasir.Ris.East.MPS@pap.org.sg <Pasir.Ris.East.MPS@pap.org.sg>
Cc: PM LEE <LEE_HSIEN_LOONG@pmo.gov.sg>, goh_soon_poh@ago.gov.sg <goh_soon_poh@ago.gov.sg>, rina_chua@ago.gov.sg <rina_chua@ago.gov.sg>, ng_wee_leng@ago.gov.sg <ng_wee_leng@ago.gov.sg>, mabel_watt@ago.gov.sg <mabel_watt@ago.gov.sg>, indranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg <indranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg>, desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg <desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg>, CNA <digitalnews@mediacorp.com.sg>, TODAY <news@newstoday.com.sg>, STNEWS <stnewsdesk@sph.com.sg>, WanBao – <wanbao@sph.com.sg>, HENG <ken_dxb@hotmail.com>, STANLEY <Stanley93896999@gmail.com>, RAYSON <rayson.goh@gmail.com>, JAYA KUMAR <jayakumar89@hotmail.com>, LAU <cklau60@gmail.com>, SUKHDEV <ssgill225@hotmail.com>, Youjin Low <Youjin.Low@mediacorp.com.sg>, SDP <sdp@yoursdp.org>, WP <organising@wp.sg>, Edwin_Tong@mccy.gov.sg <Edwin_Tong@mccy.gov.sg>, MCCY PERM SEC <Tan_Gee_Keow@mccy.gov.sg>, LIM_Hock_Yu@pa.gov.sg <LIM_Hock_Yu@pa.gov.sg>, HAN_Tan_Juan@pa.gov.sg <HAN_Tan_Juan@pa.gov.sg>, POW_Choon_Ghee@pa.gov.sg <POW_Choon_Ghee@pa.gov.sg>, Joycelyn PHANG (PA) <Joycelyn_PHANG@pa.gov.sg>, Julian_AW@pa.gov.sg <Julian_AW@pa.gov.sg>, PASIR RIS PUNGGOL TC <pasirris@prpg-tc.org.sg>, TC GM PRP <tc_gm@prpg-tc.org.sg>, news@theindependent.sg <news@theindependent.sg>, news@mothership.sg <news@mothership.sg>, ravi@reddotunited.sg <ravi@reddotunited.sg>, leon.perera@wp.sg <leon.perera@wp.sg>, LAY CHER <lchertan@singnet.com.sg>, <NParksCEO@nparks.gov.sg>, <LTA_CE@lta.gov.sg>

(AGO please take note as town councils are also funded by taxpayers but PR-PTC does not have a proper maintenance system in place. PR-PTC should employ estate officers instead of relying on residents’ feedback to get its job done.)

Hi Taha

Your arrogant and indifferent attitude is unacceptable. Disgusted would be an understatement.  

As an MP, you are clearly unaware of what’s been happening in the estate; because you are hardly on the ground. 

To confirm, your banners – all over a part of Pasir Ris East –  were still not removed in November, more than 2 months after your last house visit.

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And I have been told, it’s neither the TC’s nor your issue; blame the Pasir Ris East CC for sleeping on the job.  

FYI, I have been providing feedback for 2 decades.  Simple issues often require multiple feedback.  Even then, some could not be resolved for years. 

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A few months ago, I highlighted a fallen flower pot a few blocks from my unit.  Many objects have also fallen.  2 weeks ago, another (metallic?) flower pot fell from height from my block. 

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Do you want something to happen before taking concrete action?  PR-PTC should not continue to be lazy.  Go identify units with potential killer litter and get them removed. Don’t just put up notices and consider your job done.  If shorthanded, rope in ‘grassroots leaders’ who don’t do much for residents anyway.

If the town council was properly managed, would you require feedback for something so obvious?

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Errr … your town council require feedback for every signboard and road sign?

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What about these?

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And PR-PTC can’t even plant trees properly.  Who is your contractor?  Why no oversight by PR-PTC?  

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And why is the town council throwing residents’ funds to upgrade signage without first rectifying the error, ie remove ‘RC’.

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K. I will stop here for today.  You should be aware there are other issues which your town council has not resolved.  So, don’t be lazy.  Go take a walk and verify all the above.  More importantly, do your job.

It’s about time you implement a proper maintenance system and not continue to rely on residents for feedback on obvious issues. After all, residents can’t be paying monthly S&CC for nothing right?

If you are still unable to discharge your duties as TC chairman, imho, maybe you should just own self sack own self.

After 2 decades of no-/non replies, I believe enough is …. enough. 

No MP should demand respect; it is earned, if you still don’t know. 

Thank you and have a nice day. 😉

Regards

Phillip Ang 

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Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council is a joke, relies on residents’ feedback to get job done

From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Mar 28, 2021 at 11:53 PM
Subject: Fwd: Estate management: Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council an embarrassment
To: <ow_foong_pheng@mnd.gov.sg>, PM LEE <LEE_HSIEN_LOONG@pmo.gov.sg>
Cc: Cc: <desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg>, <indranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg>, TODAY <news@newstoday.com.sg>, STNEWS <stnewsdesk@sph.com.sg>, TOC <theonlinecitizen@gmail.com>, CNA <digitalnews@mediacorp.com.sg>, HENG <ken_dxb@hotmail.com>, LAU <cklau60@gmail.com>, YAHOO <reachus@yahoo-inc.com>, WP <organising@wp.sg>, SDP <sdp@yoursdp.org>, SBR <lowchuchong@gmail.com>, RAYSON <rayson.goh@gmail.com>, <wong_hong_kuan@mnd.gov.sg>, <muhammad_faishal_ibrahim@mha.gov.sg>, <sim_ann@mnd.gov.sg>, <tan_kiat_how@mnd.gov.sg>, JAYA KUMAR <jayakumar89@hotmail.com>, STANLEY <Stanley93896999@gmail.com>, <hdbceo@mailbox.hdb.gov.sg>

Attn:
Mrs Ow Foong Pheng
Permanent Secretary, MND

Dear Mrs Ow

I refer to my feedback dated 10 March (attached). I am pleased to inform you that the embarrassing car park sign board has finally been replaced.

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This issue would not have arisen if PR-PTC estate officers had been deployed in the estate, say, monthly or even half yearly. 

PR-PTC should not continue to rely on residents’ feedback to get its job done.

Thank you.

Regards

Phillip Ang

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BCA assists to prevent possible electrocution, MP Teo/Taha and Pasir Ris Punggol Town Council ‘bochap’

(HDB residents have been fooled by the govt. We are paying S & CC fees but acting as estate officers by giving town councils feedback. There is hardly any estate officer on the ground. Without public feedback on OBVIOUS issues, PAP town councils are not aware of what’s happening on the ground. Worse, in many cases, they are not even bothered after feedback was provided. Simple issues require the attention of the PMO before they are resolved. Isn’t it foolish for residents to pay S & CC fees to do the job of estate officers? What do you think?)

From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Jul 9, 2021 at 9:03 AM
Subject: Re: Possible electrocution at Pasir Ris bridge ignored by town council and MP Teo Chee Hean, appeal to BCA for assistance
To: PM LEE <LEE_HSIEN_LOONG@pmo.gov.sg>, <kelvin_wong@bca.gov.sg>
Cc: <indranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg>, desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg <desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg>, TODAY <news@newstoday.com.sg>, CNA <digitalnews@mediacorp.com.sg>, STNEWS <stnewsdesk@sph.com.sg>, WanBao – <wanbao@sph.com.sg>, TOC <theonlinecitizen@gmail.com>, <news@mothership.sg>, HENG <ken_dxb@hotmail.com>, STANLEY <Stanley93896999@gmail.com>, Stephen Netto <stephen@theonlinecitizen.com>, RAYSON <rayson.goh@gmail.com>, JAYA KUMAR <jayakumar89@hotmail.com>, LAU <cklau60@gmail.com>, Youjin Low <Youjin.Low@mediacorp.com.sg>, SDP <sdp@yoursdp.org>, WP <organising@wp.sg>, <ravi@reddotunited.sg>, DILLON <dillonangweijie@hotmail.com>, <mnd_hq@mnd.gov.sg>, <teo_orh_hai@bca.gov.sg>, <chew_keat_chuan@bca.gov.sg>, <cheng_tai_fatt@bca.gov.sg>, <chin_chi_leong@bca.gov.sg>, <neo_choon_keong@bca.gov.sg>, TEAN LIM <teanlim@feres.com>, <contact@psp.org.sg>

Dear PM Lee

Re: Thank you BCA, town council should cease estate mismanagement

I refer to my email to the BCA dated 5 July (attached) and would like to thank the BCA for helping to prevent another case of possible electrocution. (ST, 14 June: “Two teens get electric shock from lamp post in Lorong 5 Toa Payoh on Sunday”)

This issue was highlighted about 2 months ago, and recently to MP Teo Chee Hean (no reply from him and town council).  It was only after BCA had been notified that the issue has finally been resolved.

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I hope the BCA could also extend its assistance to residents of Bukit Batok estate (see attached email).

EM Services, PR-PTC’s managing agent, should employ qualified property officers who are regularly on the ground; instead of relying on residents’ feedback for obvious issues.

Otherwise, it should be replaced.

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards

Phillip Ang

On Mon, Jul 5, 2021 at 3:19 PM Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com> wrote:
Subject:  Town councils waiting for more residents to be electrocuted?  

Attn:
Mr Kelvin WongCEO, BCA
Dear CEO Wong

I refer to my email dated 1 July (attached).

The issue of possible electrocution – resulting from town council’s negligence – is not only confined to my estate.

On 2 July, a similar issue in Bukit Batok estate was also highlighted by Dr Chee Soon Juan (images below). link

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It is not known if there are similar cases in other housing estates managed by town councils.
Point to note is, in my case, the issue was highlighted almost 2 months ago.  

Although this issue warrants urgent attention, the Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council has not taken any action.

It appears that town councillors, including the MP-chairman, have failed to understand the urgency; are possibly idiots.

Two boys have recently been electrocuted in Toa Payoh, now appearsly likely due to negligence.  Will town councils take action only after more residents are electrocuted?

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards

Phillip Ang


From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Jul 1, 2021 at 9:57 PM
Subject: Possible electrocution at Pasir Ris bridge ignored by town council and MP Teo Chee Hean, appeal to BCA for assistance
To: <kelvin_wong@bca.gov.sg>
Cc: <indranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg>, desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg <desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg>, TODAY <news@newstoday.com.sg>, CNA <digitalnews@mediacorp.com.sg>, STNEWS <stnewsdesk@sph.com.sg>, WanBao – <wanbao@sph.com.sg>, TOC <theonlinecitizen@gmail.com>, <news@mothership.sg>, HENG <ken_dxb@hotmail.com>, STANLEY <Stanley93896999@gmail.com>, Stephen Netto <stephen@theonlinecitizen.com>, RAYSON <rayson.goh@gmail.com>, JAYA KUMAR <jayakumar89@hotmail.com>, LAU <cklau60@gmail.com>, Youjin Low <Youjin.Low@mediacorp.com.sg>, SDP <sdp@yoursdp.org>, WP <organising@wp.sg>, <ravi@reddotunited.sg>, DILLON <dillonangweijie@hotmail.com>, <mnd_hq@mnd.gov.sg>, <teo_orh_hai@bca.gov.sg>, <chew_keat_chuan@bca.gov.sg>, <cheng_tai_fatt@bca.gov.sg>, <chin_chi_leong@bca.gov.sg>, <neo_choon_keong@bca.gov.sg>

Attn:
Mr Kelvin Wong
CEO, BCA

Dear CEO Wong

I refer to my feedback to the government on the issue of possible electrocution at a bridge in Pasir Ris since 12 May.  The Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council (PR-PTC) has neither responded nor taken any action.  

These images below speak for themselves

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Town councils are autonomous entities, independent of government oversight.  An incompetent/irresponsible town council cannot be replaced; only voted out during an election. But should residents wait for a few years – possibly getting electrocuted – before something is done?

I am hopeful that BCA will be able to assist residents of Pasir Ris by ‘talking some sense’ into my irresponsible town council.  

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards

Phillip Ang

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Ponding issue at neighbourhood mall resolved

From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Mar 15, 2021 at 10:53 AM
Subject: Ponding issue at neighbourhood mall resolved
To: PM LEE <LEE_HSIEN_LOONG@pmo.gov.sg>
Cc: <hdbceo@mailbox.hdb.gov.sg>, <ow_foong_pheng@mnd.gov.sg>, <desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg>, <indranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg>, HENG <ken_dxb@hotmail.com>, LAU <cklau60@gmail.com>, STANLEY <Stanley93896999@gmail.com>, Stephen Netto <stephen@theonlinecitizen.com>, CNA <digitalnews@mediacorp.com.sg>, STNEWS <stnewsdesk@sph.com.sg>, TODAY <news@newstoday.com.sg>, TOC <theonlinecitizen@gmail.com>, Benjamin Oer ZD <benzdoer@sph.com.sg>, ZB GOH <gohst@sph.com.sg>, PASIR RIS PUNGGOL TC <pasirris@prpg-tc.org.sg>, SBR <lowchuchong@gmail.com>, JAYA KUMAR <jayakumar89@hotmail.com>, RAYSON <rayson.goh@gmail.com>

Dear PM Lee

I refer to my email dated 4 Jan (attached).

Please be informed that the ponding issue at Elias Mall (Pasir Ris) has finally been resolved with the construction of additional drainage (images below).

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Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards

Phillip Ang

From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com>Date: 1/4/21 09:11 (GMT+08:00)To: PM LEE <LEE_HSIEN_LOONG@pmo.gov.sg>Cc: hdbceo@mailbox.hdb.gov.sgow_foong_pheng@mnd.gov.sgdesmondlee@mnd.gov.sgindranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg, HENG <ken_dxb@hotmail.com>, LAU <cklau60@gmail.com>, STANLEY <Stanley93896999@gmail.com>, Stephen Netto <stephen@theonlinecitizen.com>, CNA <digitalnews@mediacorp.com.sg>, STNEWS <stnewsdesk@sph.com.sg>, TODAY <news@newstoday.com.sg>, TOC <theonlinecitizen@gmail.com>, YAHOO <reachus@yahoo-inc.com>, Benjamin Oer ZD <benzdoer@sph.com.sg>, ZB GOH <gohst@sph.com.sg>, PASIR RIS PUNGGOL TC <pasirris@prpg-tc.org.sg>Subject: Ponding issue easy to resolve but no action taken after feedback more than 1 year ago

Dear PM Lee

Most municipal issues are easily resolved.  Unfortunately, ‘grassroots members’ and those responsible prefer to turn a blind eye because they are never held accountable.

For example, the issue of ponding at Elias Mall (see images below) in Pasir Ris was highlighted in 2019 but action has yet to be taken.  
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Despite the obvious danger to mall users, many elderly, the relevant authority prefers to leave safety to chance.

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This issue could have been easily resolved by channeling the rainwater into the nearby drain. If the relevant authority is still clueless, it could consult PUB experts.
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Should an accident occur, the relevant authority must be held accountable for negligence.

Thank you and Happy New Year.

Regards

Phillip Ang

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Pasir Ris Elias CC’s ‘mini cascading waterfall’, People’s Association should address issue

Attn:Mr Lim Hock YuCEO, People’s Association
Dear Mr Lim

Elias CC was poorly designed.

Whenever it rains, this is what happens:

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How it happens:

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This has been happening for … more than a decade. 

A contributor (non-grassroots) to the CC building fund in 2005, I am deeply disappointed by management’s inaction.

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Thousands of residents use this staircase daily.  Hopefully, the PA will not wait for an accident to happen before taking action.

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards

Phillip Ang

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Does town council chairman really know what’s happening on the ground?

———- Forwarded message ———
From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, Dec 18, 2021 at 12:38 PM
Subject: Does town council chairman really know what’s happening on the ground?
To: <Pasir.Ris.East.MPS@pap.org.sg>
Cc: PM LEE <LEE_HSIEN_LOONG@pmo.gov.sg>, <goh_soon_poh@ago.gov.sg>, <rina_chua@ago.gov.sg>, <ng_wee_leng@ago.gov.sg>, <mabel_watt@ago.gov.sg>, <indranee_rajah@mnd.gov.sg>, desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg <desmondlee@mnd.gov.sg>, CNA <digitalnews@mediacorp.com.sg>, TODAY <news@newstoday.com.sg>, STNEWS <stnewsdesk@sph.com.sg>, WanBao – <wanbao@sph.com.sg>, HENG <ken_dxb@hotmail.com>, STANLEY <Stanley93896999@gmail.com>, RAYSON <rayson.goh@gmail.com>, JAYA KUMAR <jayakumar89@hotmail.com>, LAU <cklau60@gmail.com>, SUKHDEV <ssgill225@hotmail.com>, Youjin Low <Youjin.Low@mediacorp.com.sg>, SDP <sdp@yoursdp.org>, WP <organising@wp.sg>, <Edwin_Tong@mccy.gov.sg>, MCCY PERM SEC <Tan_Gee_Keow@mccy.gov.sg>, <LIM_Hock_Yu@pa.gov.sg>, <HAN_Tan_Juan@pa.gov.sg>, <POW_Choon_Ghee@pa.gov.sg>, Joycelyn PHANG (PA) <Joycelyn_PHANG@pa.gov.sg>, <Julian_AW@pa.gov.sg>, PASIR RIS PUNGGOL TC <pasirris@prpg-tc.org.sg>, TC GM PRP <tc_gm@prpg-tc.org.sg>, <news@theindependent.sg>, <news@mothership.sg>, <ravi@reddotunited.sg>, <leon.perera@wp.sg>, LAY CHER <lchertan@singnet.com.sg>

Attn:

Chairman Sharael Taha
Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council

Dear Chairman Taha

I refer to my feedback to the People’s Association 5 years ago, as well as numerous recent ones, on the inclusion ‘RC’ in numerous precinct markers. 

It is not known how RC chairmen could have blundered; worse, it was totally silly of the Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council to follow instructions blindly.

 Since 5 years ago, PR-PTC has only rectified a set of signage (see image below), leaving numerous others to mislead residents and motorists.

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6 months ago, PA Group Constituency Director Ms Joycelyn Phang had informed me that the PA had “alerted Town Council of your feedback”.

Today, nothing has been done.

Worse, why did PR-PTC not remove ‘RC’ before upgrading works?  (AGO please take note as town councils receive government funding)

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It appears that the inexperienced Chairman Taha has no idea of what’s really happening on the ground.

Is removing ‘RC’ rocket science?  

Please confirm that PR-PTC will remove ‘RC’ from all precinct markers.  

Also, bear in mind that the town council is funded by residents.

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards


Phillip Ang

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Banner panels should be properly maintained by town council

Attn:
Mr Sharael Taha
Chairman, Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council

Dear Chairman Taha

Despite my numerous feedback on poor estate management, the town council has yet to implement proper maintenance protocols.

For example, banners which were supposed to have been removed months ago continue to be displayed.

Must residents be reminded that there was an attempt by their MP to visit them after more than 2 months?

Coincidentally or otherwise, these banners appear to be yours.

Hmm … still advertising for 2021 intake when others have been advertising for 2022 intake months ago (image below)?

Banner panels serve a purpose and should be properly maintained, not abused.

Please bear in mind that we, residents of Pasir Ris, did not pay the town council to sleep on the job.

Should Chairman Taha require me to highlight other instances of poor estate management, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards

Phillip Ang

PS

In May 2021, the town council had already been reminded to remove this banner (below).

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Email to POFMA office, Mothership article contains falsehoods

(Mothership seems to have a special privilege: it was not required to put up a correction notice nor inform readers of the misleading article, especially the headline.)

From: POFMAoffice Info (POFMAoffice) <Info>
Date: Tue, Jul 27, 2021 at 5:25 PM
Subject: [Case No.: CAS-733666-V4X5T5] Misleading Mothership article sought to sensationalise ‘successful’ CPF scheme
To: phillipang63 <phillipang63>
Cc: POFMAoffice Info (POFMAoffice) <Info>

Dear Mr Ang

We refer to your email dated 25 July 2021 on a Mothership article titled “Nearly 400,000 S’poreans have at least S$500,000 in CPF accounts, 100 are aged 35 & below”, sharing your concerns over how ‘CPF members’ are referenced.

Thank you for the time taken to share your feedback with us.

The Government takes a multi-pronged approach to combat online falsehoods, including public education, fact-checking and legislative measures. Members of the public who wish to report online falsehoods can inform the relevant Ministry/Ministries in charge of the relevant subject area(s). Ministries would be best placed to assess if a statement is a falsehood and whether it is in the public interest to act.

In this case, we have shared your concerns with the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) for their review as CPF matters fall under its purview.

For more information on the POFMA, please visit POFMA Office’s website at www.pofmaoffice.gov.sg.

ABIGAIL GOH (Ms)
EXECUTIVE
CONTACT CENTRE
EInfo

From: Phillip Ang <phillipang63>
Sent: Sunday, 25 July 2021 11:48 pm
To: IMDA CE (IMDA) <IMDA_CE>
Subject: Misleading Mothership article sought to sensationalise ‘successful’ CPF scheme

Attn:
Mr Lew Chuen Hong

Executive Director

POFMA Office

Dear Mr Lew

I refer to Mothership’s “Nearly 400,000 S’poreans have at least S$500,000 in CPF accounts, 100 are aged 35 & below“.

The data was taken from the CPF 2020 Annual Report (pg 102, edited table below).

The “Nearly 400,000 S’poreans” is not factual; foreigners and PRs are included in “All CPF Members”.

The total number of “All CPF Members” is 4.05 million (see table above) vs 3.52 million Singaporeans.

Other factual inaccuracies:
– “Of these nearly 400,000 Singaporeans, 100 are younger than 35 — with 90 between the ages of 30 and 35, and 10 aged 25 to 30″.

– “The age group with the most number of Singaporeans owning at least S$500,000 (92,880) was between 51 and 55″.

The article appears to be an attempt at sensationalising our ‘successful’ CPF scheme.

Please confirm if any POFMA correction notice will be issued to Mothership.

Thank you and have a nice day.

Regards

Phillip Ang
HP: 9383XXXX

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Sleeping in Parliament: Amy Khor

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PM Lee’s Covid-19 under control = exponential increase, daily cases may hit 3200?

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