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I don't mind it so much except for being irritated a bit that they are yet to come up with an official announcement on it.
Well, really doesn't matter. That's Badlisyah's rezeki, okay.
Other people don't be jealous.
But if still want to be angry, then go ahead la. Not my business.
Anyway, my friend in Kuantan also shared an info with me this morning.
Here is exactly how our Wassap conversation went,
Friend : Terkojut gi pasar...ayam 1kg rm10
Annie : Kalau ada gambar tanda harga hantar kat saya please
Friend : X sedap pulak nak ambik gmbor
Friend : Terserempak dgn Mazita & her mom
Friend : Mak dia ckp mahal sbb ayam bnyak sakit klr kt berita...org yg jual ni ckp kt berita dngr kt kb 1kg rm15
Annie : Boleh post kat blog ni
Friend : Kwn dok kb - Hr tu kat pasar Khadijah kb...deme jual ayam 30 ringgit sekor
Annie : Kalau macam tu, rasa nak makan ayam pegi KFC je lah. Rasanya harga ayam kat situ tak naik kut.
I was like....hmmmm, this is more important than all the big talks of billions of ringgit scandal and stuff.
This one, the people directly feel the hurt.
An interview with a housewife can go like this:
Reporter : Do you really feel that you are suffering from 1MDB?
Housewife : Errrr.... not really. If it's true than it's bad but so far I don't directly feel anything yet.
Reporter : Do you feel that you are suffering from the hike in price of chicken?
Housewife : Oh definitely! It's bloody expensive now. Today I have to buy cheap frozen meat from India because I can't afford to buy chicken for my family. Fish also expensive, liao. This is all the government's fault. Down with BN! Down with Najib! Down with Umno! Ubah! Ubah! Ubah!
Really, the authorities must do something to avoid these sorts of things from happening.
Don't make the rakyat suffer.
Make sure the chicken don't get sick while the traders don't sell them at RM30 per bird or RM10/RM15 per kg.
Same goes with other essential items, okay.
Keep the costs of living under control, please.