The National Solidarity Party (NSP) was back at its old stomping ground of Tampines on Saturday morning (Aug 15), led by its president Sebastian Teo and secretary general Hazel Poa.
About 15 party members and volunteers turned up for the walkabout which started at 9am from Block 201D Tampines Street 21.
Closely by the side of Mr Teo and Ms Poa as they greeted residents at the coffee shops and food market along the stretch and handed out pamphlets, were branding consultant Mohamed Fazli Talip, 33, and Cambridge-educated lawyer Lim Tean, 50. They were introduced as “potential candidates for the NSP”.
While Ms Poa hinted that her party will be fielding its A-team for the coming election, as to who they are, she continued to keep her cards close to her chest.
“We would prefer for the PAP to reveal its candidates for the constituencies that we are interested in first, before we announce our candidates. It’s always advantageous to know who you will be running against first before we decide on our final line-up,” she said.