Is there anything that Bae
y wouldn’t do?
Following a freak HDB lift accident that happened last week (9 Oct), dedicated Tampines MP Bae
y Yam Keng decided to step up maintenance work in the area.
And he’s doing it himself, no less.
Baey became part of the maintenance crew and went on a power lift to survey the maintenance work at the top storey.
Yasss, the MP went 30 storeys high just to ensure the safety of his beloved Tampines residents.
That height is enough to turn one’s legs into jelly, but certainly not the brave Baey who was busy enjoying a bird’s-eye view.
Of course, how would selfie king forget to take a photo? Check out Baey in matchy matchy outfit with the maintenance crew:
Went on a power lift to check out maintenance work at the top storey. The area may be inaccessible but we must find a…
+1 for the attire.
But that’s not all Baey is doing. Just two days ago (14 Oct), Baey posted an update of the lift checks in Tampines.
He shared that in addition to the usual routine lift checks, the Tampines Town Council had also checked all 1,700 lift sensors. One lift was found to have a faulty sensor and was promptly fixed by the Town Council.
The lift sensor helps detect when a person is in between doors.
Following the recent unfortunate accident, Tampines Town Council started checking the sensors of all 1,700 lifts in…
Baey also took up the unofficial role of the customer service guy, with residents complaining providing feedback to him via Facebook.
The social media savvy MP took these feedback seriously and acted on it swiftly.
Lift door sensor got problem? Find Baey.
Lift button too slow? Find Baey.
Want someone to laugh at your joke? Find Baey.
Looks like he’s truly the bae of Tampines residents.
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