Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Free angpau packets for "Ah Jib Gor" Facebook fans

Would you like some FREE ang pao packets this CNY?

Easy, just go to  "Ah Jib Gor" Facebook page and 'Like' the site. The Facebook page belongs to Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak.

Red packets for 1st aniversary of 'Ah Jib Gor' Facebook

Prime Minister will be distributing special ang pau packets to his fans in conjunction with the first anniversary of his "Ah Jib Gor" Facebook site and Chinese New Year on Feb 10 this year, starting today.

The red packets feature Najib's caricature in a traditional Malay costume and are printed with the words, 'Selamat Tahun Baru Cina' (Happy Chinese New Year).

Fans just need to 'Like' on the "Ah Jib Gor" Facebook site and send their full name and house address to ahjibgor@gmail.com and state the number of packets they want. Each packet has five ang pau envelopes and fans can only obtain two to five packets each, while stocks last.

"Ah Jib Gor" is the Prime Minister's Mandarin language Facebook, which was started on Jan 16, 2012 as another platform to approach the people through social networking.

"Ah Jib Gor" is Mandarin for "Elder Brother Najib" and was created for Mandarin speakers as an opportunity to get to know the Prime Minister as an ordinary person as well instead of just as the country's leader.


Casanova duped 20 women of RM500,000

So, this guy must have a lot of charm in him to be able to dupe 20 women!

Casanova who dupe 20 women
Bernama photo

Casanova detained, more than 20 women duped

GEORGE TOWN: A man, believed to be a Casanova was detained by the police for allegedly cheating more than 20 women of more than RM500,000 through the social website, Facebook.

State Commercial Crime Investigation head, ACP Roslee Chik said the suspect, believed to have been operating since 2001, was detained at his rented house in Bukit Gambir on Jan 4.

He said the 45-year-old suspect, who claimed to be a doctor, befriended his victims, including teachers, nurses and factory workers, through Facebook and then promised to marry them.

"He managed to make the victims believe in him. He even meets their families and discusses marriage.

"Once he has gained the trust of the victims' families, he would tell them that he was having financial problems and would coax the victims to part with their money and jewellery before disappearing.

"Some of the victims even borrowed the money to give him. Some even gave him their cars," he told reporters here Monday.

Roslee urged victims of the man who used the names Dr Shiva Nair, Dr Ragunathan and Keeran Raj, to come forward to assist the police.

He said the suspect was married with two children and rented a house for RM1,800 a month.

When police searched the house they found, among others, jewellery worth RM30,000, 49.4gm of gold, pawn shop receipts, a jacket with the Health Ministry's logo and three handphones, he added.

He said the suspect, from Taiping, Perak, had six previous records for cheating.

Source - Bernama