MCA president Wee Ka Siong steps down after 30 years in Johor Baru

The Malaysian Chinese Association (MCA) president, Datuk Seri Wee Ka Siong, has stepped down from his position as Johor Baru division chief after serving the division for 30 years. He has held the position for 15 years, following one other 15 years because the division’s secretary. Wee Ka Siong expressed his perception in the importance of management transition on the divisional level to ensure the party’s future well-being.
“Today, I am formally resigning from my position at the divisional level. It is with unhappiness because I actually have been in this division since I was single and that is the last time I’m speaking (as division leader).”
Wee Ka Siong’s political journey started with the Johor Baru MCA division public complaints bureau, the place he was concerned in aiding victims of rip-off syndicates and loan sharks. He later became the division chief. The Johor Baru MCA Division has produced quite a few notable leaders, not solely on the get together stage but additionally in the government, such because the late Tan Sri Lee San Choon, former MCA president, and the late Datuk Freddie Long, former Johor MCA chairman.
“In Class full , I am confident that the Johor Baru MCA Division will continue to achieve extra success sooner or later.”

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