Friday, January 2, 2015

Where is Rosmah Mansor?

Social media users took to Twitter yesterday to enquire about the whereabouts of Rosmah Mansor (left) the wife of the prime minister, in case you didn’t know a week after her husband had drawn heavy flak after he was pictured golfing with US president Barack Obama in Hawaii at the height of Malaysia's worst flood in decades.
 
Najib, of course, returned last Saturday but Rosmah was not by his side when he toured badly hit flood areas to monitor relief efforts as well as meet evacuees.
 
And it is not just about the missing Rosmah but also the official government jet that carried Najib and his family to the US of A for holidays. That's because the prime minister had returned on a Malaysian air force aircraft – so the public is anxious to know where the plane is.
 
I say, let’s try to be nice to Rosmah lah! She is probably on a shopping spree and she needs a plane to carry all that stuff she has bought and is still buying. And being the caring person that she is, do not be surprised if she may also be picking up supplies for the flood victims too!
 
But still, Malaysians can't help wondering. Who is paying for the Najib family holidays? And public funds were used to pay for the plane, weren’t they?
 
Steven Gerrard’s penalties (17, 40) gave Liverpool a 2-0 half-time lead on New Year’s Day in this EPL match against the Foxes. But the Reds were again caught flat-footed when the latter’s David Nugent and Jeff Schlupp equalized in a 100-second blitz in the second-half.
 
And just in case, Brendan Rodgers is still in denial and feeling smug about the club's performance, he should know that bottom club Leicester created the majority of the chances.
 
In fact, they produced a stirring comeback to earn a deserved 2-2 draw at Anfield and stall Liverpool's advance towards the top four.
 
According to Squawka Football, Gerrard’s goals pushed him into 16th place on the all-time EPL top goal scoring list with 116 goals.
 
And Liverpool have now scored 100 Premier League penalties, more than any other club in the competition's history.
 
BTW, the New Year's Day Glasgow derby between Partick Thistle and leaders Celtic was postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Honest and courageous write up!