While we welcome the authority move to set up the weekend tamu at Seberkas Commercial Centre near the Pujut Interchange, it is also another good move to construct a public toilet and proper power points for the night hawkers.
At the moment almost all of the hawkers are powered by nearby shops. I am not sure if its a legal connection, but on safety aspect, it is indeed hazardous.
With the tamu growing popularity and now with the ramadhan bazaar, the construction of a public toilet is indeed a welcoming Hari Raya gift for the bumiputra traders trading the delicious local delicacies at Tamu Seberkas.
Oyaa.. the traders need a source of water supply too to clean up their stalls.
Ooo… YBhg Dato Mayor, please heard us loud and clear.