It's quite good.
The blogger is apparently quite pro-Petronas.
Well, I consider myself pro-Petronas too.
Better than being pro-Najib or pro-Mahathir, I think.
Surprisingly, my blog is in its blogroll.
So, I decided to include it into mine.
Hopefully, with some extra traffic, the blogger will be encouraged to continue writing.
We need more of such informative blogs, instead of the nonsensical political hate-mongering type.
Meanwhile, someone told me that New Straits Times group editor Mustapha Kamil Mohd Janor has resigned from his post a few days ago.
I was quite surprised.
I was told that his last day at NST will be around end of May.
Mus seemed strong and healthy the last time I saw him.
I don't see any reason for him to resign.
I can't remember any NST group editor who actually resigned from the post.
It was rumored that those who are to be appointed to the post must be approved by the Prime Minister himself.
Furthermore, Mus was just appointed to the post last year and it made quite a bit of news,
Mustapha Kamil named as Group Editor
Still, so far there's no official confirmation yet.
I know Mus as a superb business writer.
A calm and cool fella.
He has a blog but has not been updating it for awhile,
The Back Roads
I like his blog quite a lot.
Well, in case it's true that Mus is leaving NST, I hope he can continue to write or maybe revive his blog.
All the best Mus.