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Ho Ching posts a picture of a monkey raising speculation of family feud further




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Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong clarified earlier today that his sister’s accusations about him abusing his power to commemorate the one-year anniversary of his father’s passing in order to establish a dynasty as being “completely untrue”.
Madam Ho Ching the wife of PM Lee posted a picture of a monkey pointing its middle finger at about the same time her sister-in-law, Dr Lee Wei Ling, posted an exchange of her email with Singapore Press Holdings. Madam Ho’s (who is also the head of sovereign wealth fund, Temasek Holdings) posting has raised speculation of a family feud in the late Lee Kuan Yew’s family even further.

picture of monkey Madam Ho Ching posted in her Facebook

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