BN Representatives Hide Their Religious Conversions!

By Sarawak Report

Sarawak Report can reveal that a number of BN’s political state representatives have changed their religion and accepted new names.  However, they are hiding the fact from their constituents!  Among them are YB Efendi bin Abdullah, who is still publicly known by his original name of Sylvester Entrie.

An angry Efendi Abdullah was challenged on the matter during a radio interview earlier today.  The independent, Iban broadcaster Radio Free Sarawak had called the politician to ask for news about the welfare of flood victims in the area he represents in Marudi. 

“Who is Papa Orang Utan?!”

However, the politician appeared to object to speaking to the radio station and repeatedly queried the DJ’s popular name of Papa Orang Utan.  He also refused to speak in Iban or Malay, the main languages of his constituents.

“I do not have to publicise, if you want to know you go to the ground and then see what is going on”, he barked at the DJ.

However the persistent interviewer said that worried listeners wanted to know what was happening to friends and relatives.

I do not have to inform constituents

  “Never mind, never mind” responded the State Representative “It doesn’t matter, I don’t have to worry whether they want to know or not, because I am doing my job on the ground…. As far as I am concerned when I went there some of them have already called their relatives and it is not for me to publicise it!”    

RFS’s ‘Papa Orang Utan’ allegedly spotted on the ground in Marudi later today, searching for news…..

Crocodile bin Abdullah!

Clearly provoked by accusations of impoliteness over the failure to provide his real name,  the DJ then let the cat out of the bag about the State Member of Parliament’s own name secret.  

 “If you say I am impolite how would you like me to address you in a polite way?” he asked.  ” Would you like me to address you as YB Sylvester Entrie or YB Efendi Abdullah?!”

Entrie/Abdullah has been suspected by insiders for seeking to conceal his conversion to the Muslim faith in order not to alienate constituents, who might suspect it was politically motivated and an attempt to gain promotion.  His response to the challenge was angry and possibly unwise.