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Lee Wei Ling sets up new Facebook as family feud deepens

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In a latest facebook post Dr Lee Wei Ling, the second child of Singapore’re founding Prime Minister said that she has set up a new Facebook account to publish future posts. What’s most interesting is the reason she gave for setting up this other account.

“I am doing this as no public media dares to disobey Hsien Loong and Ho Ching’s commands.”

Dr Lee’s new Facebook page is here: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100013551162318

Just in case you can’t read what Dr Lee posted, this is what she said.


I have set up a new Facebook account which is under the name Wei Ling Lee. Future posts will only be in this new account on which no one else can write anything. When I hv news I will post on Wei Ling Lee and open to public to follow. I am doing this as no public media dares to disobey Hsien Loong and Ho Ching’s commands.Follow us on Social Media

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