[Update 30052014] Fund Raising For Roy Ngerng’s Court Case Against Lee Hsien Loong

Dear Singaporeans, thank you for your support in raising funds for the court case. I am grateful for all the support and well-wishes, and thank you for reminding me to be strong. I will. You can read more about what the court and the fund raising appeal here.

As I had shared on my Facebook, I will update on the funds raised to be transparent and accountable. Please see below for further information on the funds raised so far, as of 5.00pm today.

Funds Raised So Far

We have raised $14,946.67 so far. We would still need to raise another $55,053.33. The target is $70,000.

Funds Raised  by 30 May 2014

Transaction Histories

Please see below the transaction histories of the bank accounts.

Below is the transaction history for the POSB Savings Bank Account 130-23068-7 (Ngerng Yi Ling). This is my personal bank account. $14,596.67 has been raised from here.

29 to 30 May 2014 5pm-page-001 (1)a

29 to 30 May 2014 5pm-page-002 (1)a

29 to 30 May 2014 5pm-page-003 (1)a

29 to 30 May 2014 5pm-page-004 (1)a

Below is the transaction history for the OCBC Savings Bank Account 657-4-111750 (Ngerng Mui Choo). My father helped set up this bank account yesterday solely for this fund raising. $350 has been raised from here.


Below is the transaction history for PayPal. Someone found my PayPal account and sent the funds via PayPal to me. Please note that the PayPal is linked to my personal POSB bank account. I will include these amounts in the funds raised when they enter my personal POSB bank account, for ease of accounting. $95.60 has been raised from here.

PayPal 30 May 2014

To Transfer Funds


If you would like to contribute to the cause, you can make a deposit to POSB Savings Account Number 130-23068-7 (Ngerng Yi Ling). This is the main avenue for the fund raising.

Some people have also asked me about fund transfers via other options. I have managed to find out from the bank and compiled a list below based on the queries.

Method Details
Bank transfer or cheque Transfer to: POSB Savings Account Number 130-23068-7 (Ngerng Yi Ling)
Cash (in person) Please write to me at royngerng@gmail.com for the address
Cash or cheque (snail mail) Please write to me at royngerng@gmail.com for the address
Overseas transfer DBS Bank Ltd12 Marina BoulevardDBS Asia CentralMarina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3Singapore 018982Swift address: DBSSSGSGBank code: 7171Branch code: 081


POSB Savings Account Number: 130-23068-7

POSB Savings Account Name: Ngerng Yi Ling

Once again, thank you for helping us raise funds to fight the court case. I hope that we can meet the wishes of Singaporeans.



    Actually 1k already transferred from PAP to my POSB account after hitting my target of 1000 comments attacking Roy here and in his facebook page. You oppositon losers will never be able to pull transaction records out of my bank account to check on me right??? LOSER! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  2. Feel My Knuckles

    The old one is undefeated in court so how will the middle age one fare?
    Can Roy make history? Although a bit hard but at least he man enough to do so

    “Better to die fighting for freedom then be a prisoner all the days of your life.”
    -Bob Marley

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  4. Where the money goes


    What if you remove a couple of 1000 deposit records for your own use and make those who think they transferred 1000 that they are one of the few listed on your photoshopped record there?

  5. Peace

    Roy, You are young, promising person. With lot of energy and intention to do something good. I read your post about CPF, But the post is not right, especially That mistake of CPF accrued interest, It is not an interest you pay Government, It is an interest you pay yourself. GIC & Temasek are Government Institutions. I can say you are misguided somewhere by somebody. You could use this energy to spearhead some real cause which will be of benefit to Singaporeans and get a good name. Please apologize sincerely and get out of this mess and voice it for a worthy cause. I just do not want your energy and youth to go waste for a misinformed cause. Please back down, give unconditional apology and accept the outcome.

  6. Peace

    Think about it this Way, you are ready to pay your lawyer who has finite resource to run the case. You believe his words and Advice. Where as Prime Minister get the Mandate of people and high reputation. Why wouldnt you accept his point of view. The only beneficiary in your misery is your lawyer, because of the fee he gets. You want to waste your life to pay for your lawyer ? Take a moment, reflect the situation. Tell your lawyer, you want to accept the mistake and offer unconditional apology. Get out of the Mess. Stay away for few months. By then you would have saved yourself lot of head ache and could think clearly. If with your clear mind, you still think your apology is wrong, you can get in to the mess again. Please save yourself.

    • zrixes

      Peace I share the same sentiment as you.

      That’s absolutely what he should do, there is no point fighting a case where there were clear defamation and misrepresentation of facts.

      I appeal and urge the masses, to help him is to actually encourage him to do what’s right for him. By supporting him to go into the court case? What are you actually gaining out of it? Viewing pleasure? Another story to talk about over coffee? There is no political statement being made, because it’s a clear case of him misrepresenting facts.

      Instead, apologise and leave the saga behind with class. And that will garner more respect than fighting this case.

  7. anti-roy

    Hi, i’d rather donate the money to ppl who needs them more than you.
    You are nth but a loser who cant win a fight you set out to provoke only to yelp for help when trouble comes knocking.
    Roy is nth but a loser.

    And the dumb ppl of sillypore are idolizing. Ajor fail in mankind

    • Lol

      It is right that he fights for us singaporeans, many are just cowereds who doesnt dare to do anything dor their life but just obey government. I think that Roy is brave and I personally feel he should continue on and not give up ! plus i bet you are also a cowered who wouldnt stand up for everyone..

      • X

        There’s a difference between being brave and being stupid. He is the latter, by defaming anyone in public, let alone online, you should accept the repercussions of your actions. He decided to defame arguably the biggest name in Singapore right now and he wants to run away and try to fight the case and even BRIBE the government? That’s has to be cowardly and stupid. Singaporeans are truly astonishing, in all the wrong ways.

  8. finn

    I wonder if this is just a publicity raising move, or if Mr Ngerng truly believes he has a substantiative case, because it is clear that he does not.

  9. Ravi gets 70k he isn't doing it probono

    if Ravi was doing it pro bono, sure.

    but Ravi is charging. doubt he gave Roy good advice. Ravi stands to gain.

    this is already a sure lose case. you are only going to court to discuss damages. people are donating now to fund Ravi.

    Roy, after the damages are determined, u think people will still donate to fund the damages? people who do not understand cpf and who demand to have it back are the poor and ignorant.

    prepare for bankruptcy.

  10. Noy

    Despite Roy’s attempts to make the government ‘accountable and reponsible’, Roy has forgotten the true meaning of these words?

    Accountibility and responsibility are not merely marketing gimmicks, or words to be thrown around just because they sound good. Roy’s goal is to raise $70,000 – a lofty sum – a bold, even audacious, move. However, what will be done with the money? Are there any detailed breakdowns of how this sum will be utilized for donors’ perusal? What happens if Roy does not meet the required sum? What happens if Roy exceeds the required sum?

    Such questions need to be answered for a more transparent view into this fund. As it is, what the public is seeing is so occluded that it is difficult for potential donors to make an informed choice.

    I strongly encourage Roy to practice what he has preached, and release more information about his plans and policies regarding this increasing sum of money. To be truly accountable and responsible requires much more effort than releasing a list of deposits on a bank passbook. There are many questions that need to be answered for any fund relying on public inputs, especially for a fund involving $70,000 (not a small sum), and one which produces no tangible return for donors.

    • Pat

      I have to agree with OP here. Roy has to account for his usage of funds. If he doesn’t, he wouldn’t be any different from what he purports the CPF to be.

  11. echeris

    You guys have to understand that he already apologize . He did not want to bring the case to court in the first place. Because lee didn’t accept his apology and demand for a big sum of compensation. When u are force to a dead end, in order de u to surive is to fight back rather than die for nothing. Chinese called this(背水一战). U can’t go forward, can’t return . Then fight for a living.This is my personal opinion. Anyway I hate te minimum sum policy in cpf.

  12. Albert Ng

    asking for higher CPF payout is benefitting the rich more, the people who benefit most are the high income group who got higher balance in CPF, those who don’t need to withdraw for housing. Who lost out the most? is the jobless and low income.
    So is Roy fighting for the rich or for the poor?

    If CPF interest is 6% or 10% the rich will not touch CPF for housing, using their normal saving to pay for housing will be a better choice, correct? To the lower income if they don’t use CPF to pay for HDB where else to get the money from? So you can clearly see Roy’s ploy is benefitting the rich more than the poor.

    People who donate money to Roy are fighting for the rich and make the poor poorer, I don’t have to say more.

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