State govt asked how contractors can afford RM180,000 trees not dead, only hibernating

KUALA TERENGGANU:  Today botanists confirmed like the exotic trees seen on Bandar Baharu Kuala Nerus, the state government who awards generous landscaping contracts was not dead, only hibernating from people asking certain questions.

“This particular strain of Terengganu state government shuts down when questioned about why contractors would pay RM180,000 for an exotic Brazilian silk floss tree when not officially asked to do so, and who benefited from their lavish purchase,” explained state government botany expert Abdullah bin Bakar,  “I suspect when local weather conditions improve, the government might come out of hibernation one day to properly explain the situation.”

Experts say this particular strain of the exotic Ceiba Chodatii tree will grow as fat as the contractor profit markups that make its RM180k purchase possible.

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