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Thank you NTUC Fairprice for creating more good jobs




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By: Phillip Ang

Dear NTUC Fairprice

Thank you for the latest initiative to “solve missing trolley problems”.

By employing 4 trolley enforcement officers who work on shifts, your “Trolley Enforcement Project” has decreased our unemployment rate by 0.0001 %. Any job created during this economic downturn helps Singaporeans and should be considered a good job. This is in line with PM Lee’s message that “foreigners are actually creating more good jobs for citizens”. Allow me to explain.

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It is a fact that missing trolleys was not an issue years ago without the 2 million foreigners labeled locally as FTs. So, More foreigners = More missing trolleys = More trolley officers.

Credit should be given where it is due, especially to CEO Seah Kian Peng.

Inconsiderate shoppers have confirmed they do not want to be educated over a decade. Despite this, CEO Seah has continued to display a positive, die die never give up attitude in trying to educate them. For his patience, he deserves a Tiger.

CEO Seah has also continued to allow the ‘T-loan’ of trolleys at other supermarkets, trolleys which are seldom returned to their owner. If Fairprice were CEO Seah’s family-run supermarket, he wouldn’t have put up with thousands of lost trolleys over the years. Another Tiger for his generosity.

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Untypical of , Seah has been upfront about his own defeat when he acknowledged the “limited success in addressing the issue … shoppers will always find a way to defeat any security system”. I guess he deserves another one for his honesty.

Although this chronic issue will not be resolved in the distant future, I believe Fairprice is in CEO Seah’s good hands.

My sincere thanks to NTUC Fairprice for having created more good jobs.

A Considerate shopper

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