Singapore People’s Party (SPP) turncoat and serial womaniser Jose Raymond has apparently joined the Progress Singapore Party (PSP).
Raymond was seen on walkabouts with the PSP in Chua Chu Kang GRC, where the party contested and won 41 percent of the votes in the 2020 General Election.
According to some senior party members, Raymond is “riding on the opportunity” to fill the gap in candidates for Chua Chu Kang.
Raymond’s jumping ship to the PSP will not sit well with the SPP and its supporters.
The former chairman SPP chairman announced his “retirement” from politics to focus on his business in Dec 2020, after the General Election.
At the time, he boldly told the press:
“This is the end of my political journey.”
The PSP could face trouble ahead if Raymond, known to be a serial womaniser, keeps up his playboy ways.
Barely weeks into participating in PSP activities, he has been seen getting overly-friendly with a married senior female member.
The last party turncoat to join the PSP, former National Solidarity Party (NSP) candidate Brad Bowyer, shamed the party with his comments comparing Singapore’s Covid-19 safety measures to Nazi propaganda messages related to the Holocaust.
Bowyer’s anti-semitic comments caused the PSP to face much public backlash and he was asked to resign.