Opportunities lies ahead (for the contractors and YBs to get election fund) for the re-opening of two water treatment plants in Saratok, namely at Kabong and Roban. If not for the current dry spell, we will not see the urgency of more water treatment plant in Saratok.
On the other hand, this is the main reason why the rural population are not getting treated water as widely discuss and published by the media during Parliament seatings. Rupa-rupanya, cakap kosong saja! Good for show on prime time TV!
Ni utai di anti deh aya.. enti loji enda cukup kena meri ai ngagai rumah panjai.. Akai daii.. tak berasai endar dikemelik ka perintah. Maia ke meri speech pasal tu suba, munyi ke udah ba kaki tangga tanki ai, pala paip.. enda nemu nya tak agi di tisi langit biru din.. biru laban ke arap ke perintah Barisan.. (hehehee.. pembangkang balat agi ga enda ulih.. ukai enda percaya, tang sida tu maioh agi ke ka nyadi luyer ari ke ngatur pengidup kitai).. ehehehe
I can’t remember when it was being discussed, but it was not so long ago, that the Federal Government would be spending to provide rural Sarawak with treated water, and, recently to supply 95% of rural Sarawak with api (electricity).
To think along this concept.. we may not be getting our api next year because we have not build the dam yet! LOL..
Agi lama utai tu akih..