All ex-SPAD staff to be offered jobs by next week, says Loke


Lee Chi Leong

Transport Minister Anthony Loke says it is wrong for former SPAD employees to air their grouses in the media when the ministry held a a town-hall meeting with them as recently as last Friday. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Hasnoor Hussain, January 4, 2019.

THE Transport Ministry will resolve all remaining placements for former Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) staff by next week, Minister Anthony Loke said.

“We have already made offers to 300-plus… JPJ (Road Transport Department) will be issuing another 300 – that will come to about 700, leaving some 200 more (which) by next week will be sorted out,” he told The Malaysian Insight.


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  • Ungrateful ex-employees. Bloody idiots. Instead of being grateful for being paid compensation and being offered jobs, these imbeciles complain to Cupecs.. and want PMs intervention. What a whole load of rubbish!

    These ex-staff MUST BE TERMINATED for good.. and their jobs offered in the open market where they are lots of unemployed graduates who would be grateful to get jobs at MOT..

    Posted 1 year ago by TTs Take

  • Looks like PH cant make the move to a more efficient Govt... Tun wants to keep the trash and the taxpayers has to pay for it....PH = BN 2.0

    Posted 1 year ago by Jeffrey Ng