Murugiah just a small boy says Kayveas

November 9th, 2008 by poobalan | View blog reactions Leave a reply »
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Mosquito party president says that its Youth chief is just small boy growing up. Hmm…very interesting. Maybe he meant it as a joke or the newspaper quoted him wrongly. Anyway, the issue is that PPP youth wing is having election this month, but Murugiah won’t be standing as he is way pass the age limit of 40. So, he will be without a party post until PPP elections next year.

Kayveas says Murugiah doesn’t want to continue as Youth leader:

“But he didn’t want. I think he wants to contest for a higher post,” Kayveas told a news conference after chairing PPP’s supreme council meeting yesterday.

Asked whether he and Murugiah have any differences, Kayveas said: “There is only a difference of style. I don’t know how Murugiah handles these stories but I’m mature enough.”

Asked if he sees Murugiah as a threat to his post, Kayveas replied: “What threat? He’s just a small boy growing up. I don’t think he will even get the support and nominations from the members.”

Hmm…a president shouldn’t belittle his own men. He cannot ridicule those who want to stand for party elections. Let the members decide want to nominate or not. Isn’t it ethically wrong to suggest that members don’t nominate A or B?

By the way, 3000 KIMMA members joined PPP, with two of leaders getting supreme council member position.


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