'We cannot afford mess up in Penang'

Rahmah Ghazali & Steven Gan

Modified 30 Apr 2008, 10:17 am

exclusive He is the chief of staff of the Penang chief minister’s office. Although it is a powerful position, it is a voluntary job for him.

“I draw no salary. I wasn’t given any perks. There’s not even a chauffeur-driven car,” quipped blogger-turn-politician Jeff Ooi.

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