Cecilia Sue Siew Nang

Mr Ng Ser Song and Mr Eric Yap, the two men taking over the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) and Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) from Wednesday, have stressed that their operations will continue, even as a graft probe continues into the former chiefs of the two agencies.

Mr Ng, the new director of Singapore’s drug enforcement agency, wants to ensure his officers’ morale remain high, and continue combating the drug scourge.

The 48-year-old will also work closely with the Task Force on Drugs led by Minister-of-State of Home Affairs Masagos Zulkifli, to comprehensively review Singapore’s drug control measures.

Mr Ng takes over the top post at the Central Narcotics Bureau from Mr Ng Boon Gay.

Prior to his CNB appointment, Mr Ng Ser Song was director of the Police Intelligence Department. From 2008 to 2010, he was the no. 2 at the CNB.

‘Our work requires strong support from the public and community, hence I seek your continued support in working together with the CNB to keep Singapore safe from the drug scourge,’ said Mr Ng Ser Song in an e-mail statement.

Mr Ng Boon Gay and former commissioner of the Singapore Civil Defence Force Peter Lim were arrested separately a few weeks ago, after allegations of ‘serious personal misconduct’.

They are out on bail, and are assisting the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau in investigations.

Over at the SCDF, Mr Yap, formerly its senior director (emergency services), takes over Mr Lim’s post.

Mr Yap said the SCDF, which provides fire-fighting and rescue services primarily, will continue to provide prompt emergency services to the public.

‘Enhancing our operational capabilities will remain a key priority for the SCDF. We look forward to working with our partners and the public in advancing our initiatives, programmes and community outreach efforts,’ he added.

‘I would like to acknowledge the contributions of our operationally-ready national servicemen, and the strong support of our partners and members of the public, in working with us to keep Singapore safe and secure for all. I look forward to your continued support.’

unconfirmed… is she that lady who specializes in heads?


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