President Halimah Yacob has unwittingly broke the law by advertising “Milo Gao Kosong” for private corporation Nestle Singapore. Under clause 163 of the Singapore Penal Code, the ignorant Singapore President has shown favour to a private business entity during the exercise of her official function:
“…in the exercise of the official functions of such public servant to show favour or disfavour to any person… as such, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year, or with fine, or with both.”
At the Milo product launch event on Tuesday (Jun 19), the CEO of Nestle Singapore abused the Singapore President’s name in his advertisement, claiming that the product was “inspired” by Halimah Yacob:
“It was about eight, nine months ago when we had this conversation with President Halimah Yacob on what we can do to reduce the sugar in Milo. We were introducing our new Milo Gao Siew Dai to her at the time and she challenged us and asked the question: Is it possible to have a Milo with no added sugar? Milo launched the Gao Siew Dai version last July, which has 50 per cent less table sugar and 30 per cent more protein than the original formula. Today, inspired by President Halimah Yacob, after many months of research here in Singapore, we are extremely excited to unveil the first Milo without added sugar.”
It is unknown if President Halimah Yacob receive any monetary gratification from Nestle Singapore, but the S$1.54 million-a-year President has abused public resources to advertise for a private company.
The former PAP MP of 20 years who officially changed her race from Indian to Malay through a corrupted Select Committee appointed by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, “won” her election in 2017 after the Election Department disqualified her opponent contestants.