Monday, June 18, 2012

Apa kejadahnya Jabatan Perdana Menteri nak bela lembu ni??


RM250 Juta telah diperuntukkan bagi National Feedlot Corporation untuk memelihara dan membekalkan daging-daging lembu buat keperluan domestik, hasilnya entah apa-apa dan yang semakin kaya ialah Keluarga Sharizat..


Dan kini muncul pula projek ternakan lembu bernilai RM762 Juta di Sabah yang upacara pecah tanahnya dilakukan oleh Najib..

Pada hari Sabtu lalu , Najib dalam lawatan kerjanya ke Sabah,Najib telah menyaksikan majlis menandatangani perjanjian antara Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority (Sedia) dan Brunei Investment Agency (BIA) untuk berkerjasama dalam pemeliharaan ternakan dan pertanian.

BIA, melalui anak syarikatnya, Annam Corporation, akan melabur RM119 juta dalam Keningau Livestock Integrated Centre (KLIC)

Menurut kenyataan akhbar yang dari BIA, Annam Perbadanan dijangka menguasai sehingga 40% kepentingan dalam syarikat usahasama ini.

"Fasa pertama pelaburan dijangka memberi tumpuan kepada pembangunan KLIC yang pada kos jangkaan sebanyak RM119 juta."

Paling menarik ialah apa yang tersiar di laman web SEDIA mengatakan SEDIA sebagai dibiayai sepenuhnya oleh kerajaan persekutuan dari peruntukan Jabatan Perdana Menteri (JPM).

Sumbernya dari SINI

Apa kejadahnya Jabatan Perdana Menteri nak bela lembu ni??


Malaysia to build $237m integrated livestock center

Malaysia has broken ground on a MYR762 ($237.30m) livestock center in Sabah. The new center, known as the Keningau Integrated Livestock Centre (KILC), will be the first livestock center on a large scale in the country.

The 2,084-acre center is a flagship project under the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC).Through the center, Malaysia aims to increase the population of high-quality yield cows, and also to develop a sustainable breeding structure for cattle.

The center will have 2,000 dairy cattle, which will produce 6 million liters of milk every year. The dairy products produced at the center will be distributed in Sabah, in Peninsular Malaysia as well as in Brunei.
As part of the agreement, Brunei, through its subsidiary Annam, will hold 40% stake in KILC through its MYR120m ($37.3m) investment in the center.

Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman said that KILC is estimated to generate investment opportunities in the region of MYR763m ($237.3m) for the interior areas, and thus would become a catalyst for agriculture and agro-based development in Malaysia.

KILC is expected to start producing its first batch of milk next year, with an average of 12 liters a day. - FBR review.

Another cow-gate in the making?

KENINGAU: When Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak officiated at the ground-breaking ceremony, of the proposed 834ha Keningau Livestock Integrated Centre here (KLIC) here on Saturday, uppermost on most people’s mind was: “Is this another NFC?

Can’t blame the local folk, really.

The widely reported RM250 million National Feedlot Centre (NFC) “cow-gate” scandal has filtered down to the farmers here courtesy of the opposition.

The scandal saw federal Minister Shahrizat Abdul Jalil walk away unscathed despite the fact that her husband and children were directly linked to the “deal” which allegedly spawned purchases of multi-million ringgit penthouses, opulent lifestyles and whatnots.

The KLIC to be located in Sook will be the country’s largest livestock centre when fully operational supposedly by next year.

It’s a flagship project under the Sabah Development Corridor (SDC) and aims to increase the population of (again) high-quality yield cows, and also (again) to develop the “sustainable” breeding of cattle.

The KLIC, aiming to have 2,000 head of cattle producing six million litres of milk annually, will “likely” learn a thing or two from Keningau millionaire and the country’s largest breeder and dairy farmer Yap Yun Fook.
Yap, according to Najib, “started with only two cows and RM1,000 in the 1980s and now has a 110 hectare high-tech farm”.

Urging farmers to emulate Yap, Najib said the federal government was aware of “our people’s hardship and needs”.

He said the KLIC project “is part of our strategy for rural development” which the federal government is “vehemently undertaking”.

“We have a clear roadmap, and we know our people’s hardship and needs because we have a sufficient database,” he said.

Sedia ‘wholly funded’ by PMD


Meanwhile, Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman said the KLIC is estimated to generate investment opportunities worth RM763 million for the interior areas.

“It would become a catalyst for agriculture and agro-based development in the country, in general, and specifically Sabah,” he said.

The next obvious question is who’s in on the deal.

On Saturday, Najib witnessed the signing of an agreement between the Sabah Economic Development and Investment Authority (Sedia) and the Brunei Investment Agency (BIA) for collaborations in livestock breeding and agriculture.

BIA, through its subsidiary, Annam Corporation, will invest RM119 million in KLIC.

According to a press release from BIA, Annam Corporation is expected to hold up to a “40% stake” in “a joint-venture company”.

“The first phase of investment is expected to focus on development of the KLIC at a projected cost of RM119 million.”

Meanwhile, a posting on Sedia website has described Sedia as “wholly funded” by the federal government “from an allocation of the Prime Minister’s Department” (PMD).

 Free Malaysia Today

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