Sustainable Living Institute (SAVE) said...
It is without doubt that felda has done a lot and change a mindset of the Malays especially the earlier settlers and its management. A spirit of pioneering and innovation has been triggered for the people and nation.
With success come misgivings and if not rectified with time can be cancerous as any attitude of tidak apa will. People just need to be reminded of priorities and strive for efficient governance.
Felda Resorts has visibly overbuilt the number of wooden house-chalets in the middle of nowhere not known for its resort attractions (Sungkai area) and hardly being occupied!
Recycled leaders is the norm in Malaysia until they drop dead. They could retire in style though. Don't we plan of opportunities for others to take over?