Either that or he is saying there are are lots of lying journalists out there.
Friday, 16 Dec 2011
"On public calls for her and other senior management to resign, Ms Saw said that while she would consider resigning if necessary, she would reserve her opinion on the matter for the time being."
Monday, 19 Dec 2011
"SMRT CEO Saw Phaik Hwa said yesterday that she will be staying on in the company, as leaving now was not the right thing to do.
She said in a statement issued yesterday: "'As CEO of SMRT, I am naturally responsible. Being responsible does not mean walking away from these faults. It means doing all I can to get the problem fixed"."
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, this Koh Yong Guan is connected to 17 board members in 3 different organizations across 3 different industries.
Koh has been Singapore's High Commissioner to Canada since January 2008. Koh has been Chairman of SMRT Corporation Ltd since July 23, 2009. He serves as the Chairman of Governing Board of the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore and the Central Provident Fund Board.
Koh had served as Chairman at Singapore Turf Club and Deputy Chairman at Singapore Totalisator Board. He has been a Director at SMRT Corporation Ltd. since April 2, 2007. He serves as a Director of SMRT Group, SMRT Trains Ltd., SMRT Road Holdings Ltd., SMRT Buses Ltd., and SMRT Light Rail Pte Ltd.
Koh’s career in the Singapore Civil Service included appointments at the Permanent Secretary level in the Ministries of Defence, Finance, Health and National Development as well as the Commissioner of Inland Revenue, and Managing Director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
|Do I look like I give a damn?|
Now, how could a barefaced liar like that end up with all those fancy appointments? One icon of cronyism may be gone, but it looks like the Spring Festival clean up rite has yet to begin in earnest.