Monday, 21 November 2011

Mobile Service at Keningau

Sabah DAP interior mobile service volunteers led by Dr Benjamin Yapp, Sabah DAP Parliamentary Liaison Chief for Keningau & Tenom were currently moving around the Tenom constituency offering voluntary services to the Tenom constituents.

He learned from the local people there that there were many problems that had not been solved by the Government. However, Dr Benjamin assured the people to be patience as Sabah DAP and Pakatan Rakyat would endeavor to bring the people’s problems and grievances to the Government authorities. They would carry out whatever means and assistance in order to ease the people’s burdens.


有关沙巴民主行动党内陆选区负责人本杰明叶博士率领的流动服务队,走访丹南以及偏远甘榜提供服务以及登记新选民的活动。

在他走访期间,他接到许多甘榜人投诉有关政府未曾解决内陆的民生问题。然而,本杰明博士要人民耐心并且保证如果沙行动党和民联治理州政府,将会努力的解决民生问题。他们会提供援助,以减轻人民负担。


沙行动党欢迎市民的投诉,并且也会宁听人民建设性的批评,因为他们能促使政府了解其弱点,并且改善有关问题。如果人民保持沉默,就会适得其反并且将面对困境和问题。在流动服务队走访期间,本杰明博士接到来自文那纳(Melalap)哥马邦(Kemabong)和偏远内陆甘榜居民的投诉,有关内陆基本设施,马路,公共设施和贫困的问题。 本杰明博士说,唯一能够解决该些问题的途径是“改变”,他敦促那些已经达到21岁的年轻人立即注册为选民,并且投那神圣一票以改变更好的未来

他还敦促政府立即展开乡村发展工程项目,尤其是当政府已经宣布在第十大马计划将拨出一百亿马币来发展乡村基本设施的建设工程。甘榜人希望看到的是进步和发展,不只是一个空头支票和雷大雨小的巨额拨款分配

:本杰明博士在茶店进行新选民登记工作


Sabah DAP interior mobile service volunteers led by Dr Benjamin Yapp, Sabah DAP Parliamentary Liaison Chief for Keningau & Tenom were currently moving around the Tenom constituency offering voluntary services to the Tenom constituents.

He learned from the local people there that there were many problems that had not been solved by the Government. However, Dr Benjamin assured the people to be patience as Sabah DAP and Pakatan Rakyat would endeavor to bring the people’s problems and grievances to the Government authorities. They would carry out whatever means and assistance in order to ease the people’s burdens.

Sabah DAP welcomed public complaints and constructive criticisms from the people as they would enable the Government to understand its weaknesses and improve the delivery systems. If the people just kept silence, then it would not be counter productive, and instead the people would suffer. During the walk-about Dr. Yapp received many complaints about the rural infrastructures, rural roads, utilities, public amenities and poverty problems, particularly in the rural areas of Melalap, Kemabong and remote interior areas.   Dr. Yapp said the only way to solved the problems is the “Change” and he asked those who have reach age 21 to register themselves as voters to have a chance for a better future. 

He also urged the Government to speed up with the rural development if it claimed that the RM10 Billion in the Tenth Malaysia Plan was available for basic rural infrastructure  development and other projects. The rural people wanted to see progress and development and NOT just empty promises and huge amount of funds to be allocated and made out.


By Sabah DAP interior


Photo shows Dr Benjamin Yapp registering a new voters  registration  exercise at a restaurant in Tenom township