Afterall, he is the advisor of Damai, an umbrella body comprising 395 non-governmental organisations representing nearly 1.5 million members.
With 1.5 million members backing him, considering that our population is 27 million, and if 50% of our population is of voting age, and that the NGOs are mainly concentrated in the Klang Valley,
that means he would have the backing of more than 30-40% of the Klang Valley voting population.
That's a very strong percentage.
Add the 3,000-4,000 postal votes [you know... those votes at army camps which no one ever talks about how it is done]
That is such a safe seat for the one aka Doktor Ayam.
Go for it Lee Chong Ming.
1.5 million NGO members
3-4K postal votes
Don't need to put a proxy there. Go for it.
Tell OKT about the 1.5 million NGO members. Tell OKT to let you run. Show him Lulu's numbers.
Then maybe you can get those bloggers like Lulu to stop making fun about you not being the MP who was not elected.
representing 1.5 million NGO members kononnya...