A Malaysia Day With Brand New Huawei P40 Phones

In conjunction with Malaysia Day, Newswav’s users had the chance to continue scrolling the news for relevant information, but this time, on a brand new smartphone.

In accordance to the standard operating procedure guidelines, Huawei x Newswav’s Challenge lucky draw event was conducted virtually in hopes of maintaining social distancing procedures.

Although in a global pandemic, 10 of our users were in for a surprise as they would be able to win a brand-new Huawei P40 phone!

Held on the morning of Malaysia Day, participants of all ages joined the lucky draw through a Zoom meeting and had the chance to meet Auntie Belle herself!

To all 55 participants, we thank you once again for pulling the time out of your schedule to join us on the morning of Malaysia Day. As more events as such is planned for the future, do stay tuned for any updates from Neswav as the next lucky draw just may be right around the corner.

As of the winners of our lucky draw, congratulations and we hope that you’ll continue to enjoy scrolling the news on Newswav, on your brand new Huawei P40!

Augustine Lee Siew Peng

Chin Yew Hung

Lim Boon Hui

Lok Fu Chung

Muhammad Hazman bin Mohd Hapandi

Tan Chun Chern

Tan Chun Giap

Tan Jia Qing

Tei Zhe Qin

Ting Chee Tiong

SYED SADDIQ ANNOUNCES MUDA SUDAH MULA

Syed Saddiq announces Muda dah Mula

Written by: Breakfast Grille

Kuala Lumpur 17 Sep 2020 – Syed Saddiq bin Syed Abdul Rahman, the former Minister of Youth and Sports, has announced that he will be registering Muda as a new political party today. At his interview with BFM 89.9, the business radio station, he said he will be going to Registrar of Societies immediately after his  interview with BFM  to register the new political party.

Saddiq said Muda will be a multi-racial party. To criticisms that this a multi-racial party will not appeal to the Malay voters, he said, “politics is not just about winning by pandering, it is also about working hard, despite it taking a longer time, to change the hearts and minds of people.”

Syed Saddiq also refuted BFM presenter Wong Shou Ning’s suggestion that the leadership of Muda was too urbane to appeal to rural voters. He pointed to, Shahrizal Denci who started a rural farm in Sabah, and Cikgu Ayu who started education for stateless children. Syed Saddiq also referred to his own background, where his mother was a teacher in Pulai, Johor, and and his father, an odd-jobs construction worker who commuted to Singapore every day to support the family.

“I mean seriously, just because I can speak good English and I’m successful academically, suddenly I’m urban? Well, know me, meet me, and not just me, the team.”

To  the question of whether he harbours  the ambition to be the Prime Minister eventually, Saddiq said that his ultimate goal as a politician is to champion the interests of the people, and not his own political position. 

The BFM interview with Syed Saddiq will be repeated later today at 1pm on BFM 89.9. The podcast of the full interview will be available for download on the BFM app at  2pm.