There is this lady who lives in Kuantan.
She is a housewife with two young children.
Her husband works for a pro-BN organization in KL and only comes home to be with the family once or twice a month.
Since her husband was a BN supporter, naturally, as a good wife, she too became a BN supporter.
Her husband has also been a staunch supporter of PM DS Najib Razak for many years.
Following her husband's lead, she also supported Najib despite her less than cordial views of Najib's wife DS Rosmah Mansur.
The couple were however not Umno members.
They never receive any direct favor from Umno or any other political party.
They even bought their house in Kuantan without getting any bumiputera discount.
Back during the last general election in 2013, the lady's husband was temporarily posted in Johor to assist the BN's campaign.
He had told her that she probably would have to skip voting as he can't possibly fetch her and their children to take them home to her hometown in Klang where she votes.
The lady drives around a small old car to send their children to school and going to the market but had been forbidden by her husband to drive long distance in it.
The lady was however resolute about giving her single vote to BN. She dragged along her two children, one of whom is autistic to take a bus back to Klang.
After the election, she was active in the social media and chat groups, defending BN, in particular Umno.
Her husband, aside from his daily routine of promoting BN, which is his work, also took to the social media during his spare time to support the establishment.
The couple is however in trouble now.
Recently, the lady's husband was forced to resign his post by his bosses who were placed in the organization by the Prime Minister himself.
The lady's husband had stood up against his bosses for bullying their subordinates.
He was of the opinion that being PM appointees, and therefore represent Najib himself, they should behave more appropriately.
Unfortunately, his bosses didn't take too kindly to his suggestion and instead ordered him to do something which they knew he can't fulfill, therefore forcing him to quit his job.
I recently talked to the lady, who is my friend for many years.
"Nak buat macam mana....dah bukan rezeki kami yang suami saya kena buang macam tu. Tak apa lah, kita orang usaha sendiri lepas ni. InsyaAllah....rezeki kita Allah yang tentu kan, bukan manusia," she said.
I asked if any of Najib's people tried to help her husband and family,
"Ada la juga. Suami saya kata ada dua orang yang kerja dengan PM nama Tengku dengan Rusdi try nak tolong dia tapi orang-orang Najib yang kat tempat kerja dia tu lawan balik.
"Suami saya kata dia sangat berterima kasih kat dua orang kawan dia tu tapi dia cakap dia pun sebenarnya dah tak nak kerja kat situ pun sebab dia dah meluat tengok perangai orang-orang Najib yang lain kat situ."
The lady said she had asked her husband to return to Kuantan where they hope to get a loan to set-up a small business.
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