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High praise for Low Thia Khiang and Faisal Manap after Kaki Bukit Christmas event



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Workers’ Party Members of (MPs) MPs Low Thia Khiang and Faisal Manap received high praise from many Singaporeans after a celebratory Christmas Cluster event at Kaki Bukit Division.

The event took place on Tuesday, December 18, where residents of Kaki Bukit got to mingle and speak to the two MPs.

Photo: Facebook / Aljunied GRC

However, from the scene were two other prominent WP MPs, Pritam Singh and .

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A post on the Facebook page of Aljunied GRC also added that the event was organized and hosted by One Blue Heart Community volunteers.

The post also shared many photos taken at the event, most of which saw Mr Low and Mr Faisal deeply engaged in conversation with residents.


The full post read: MPs Low Thia Khiang & Faisal Manap rekindle familiar bonds with Kaki Bukit residents, amidst festivities & cheer.

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What better time to listen, chat & chill over Christmas turkey & log cakes than the festive season itself? wishes & aspirations. Enjoying the of One Blue Heart Community volunteers who happen to live right next door. And looking forward to the new year together.

Happy holidays everyone. And to all Christians, have a Blessed Christmas.


With almost 300 reactions, many netizens conveyed sentiments of encouragement and praise to the two MPs, and to the Workers’ Party in general. The post by Aljunied GRC was also picked up and shared on various other Facebook pages and groups.

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