BN wins over Chinese voters by approving Foon Yew High School branch

This article was last updated on April 16, 2022

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BN Chairperson Najib Abdul Razak is now focusing on winning the hearts of Chinese electorates during his election campaign. Addressing a rally in Selangor, Najib announced that his administration had approved SMJK (C) Confucian’s request to relocate to Rawang.

On Monday, Najib announced his full support for the establishment of a second branch of Foon Yew High School, a Chinese independent school, in Seri Alam, Pasir Gudang.

“We give things to everyone, Malays get, Chinese get, Indians also get. This is our government, this is the BN government,” he boasted during a BN rally at Kompleks Sentosa, Johor Bahru. “If you love the prime minister, you must love BN. If you love BN, you must support Ah Jib Gor (Brother Ah Jib) and support BN.”

According to Foon Yew High School committee vice-chairman Tong Sing Chuan, the current main campus was built in 1950 in the Stulang area and caters to 5,600 students. The first branch in Kulai was opened in 2003.

“Every year, more than 6,000 Primary Six pupils sit for the entrance examinations to enter Foon Yew High School. We are grateful to Najib for the approval of the new branch. It is a special gift for the school’s 100th anniversary celebration,” Tong said.

Deputy Education Minister Datuk Dr Wee Ka Siong thanked the Johor Baru Member of Parliament Tan Sri Shahrir Abdul Samad for bringing the matter up and Najib for approving it.

“If there is no change in government, I expect the building of the school to go smoothly. There will not be any flip-flops if Barisan Nasional is given the mandate to continue with its current national transformation program,” Wee said.

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