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Yam Ah Mee Presidential Club Mix (PE 2011)

Speechless! Returning Officer Yam Ah Mee announcing the Presidential election winner is a hit!

Pursuant to Section 49, Sub Section 8D, Paragraph A of the Presidential Act, I declare...


In case you are looking for Yam Ah Mee club mix version for May's General Election, click here.

Mr Yam Ah Mee is actually the chief executive officer of the People's Association and was one of the driving forces behind the LTA's Land Transport Master Plan. He was appointed Returning Officer for the Parliamentary and Presidential Elections in June last year, succeeding Tan Boon Huat, who has retired. Lest you think he's all talk, he's also chief of the President of the Harvard Club and Harvard Club of Singapore's Volunteer program. This is his actual Facebook profile.

Less than 24 hours after the announcement of polling results ended, he is described as robotic. Facebook Fan page is set up (41,156 likes so far) and Twitter account (1,315 followers) are setup for him.

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