She alleged that two PKR top guns made the offer on May 13. One was said to be an aide to a Penang PKR government official and another a high ranking leader. There is also a video clip too, it seemed. The word is that she is expected to name names tomorrow.
Aminah is a former PKR grassroots leader and her accusations would certainly spice up the by-election, which has been dismissed as a non-event by many following the BN decision not to contest. Aminah, a former Penang PKR Wanita chief, is unlikely to cause much damage to PKR in this state constituency, which is part of Anwar Ibrahim's stronghold.
But what Aminah could reveal, if there is something substantial, would show how little difference there is among politicians, whatever their parties. In the end, it's all about power and fulfilling self interests despite claims to be fighting for the people. The former Penanti assemblyman quit his post following allegations of corruption, which he claimed was an internal conspiracy to get rid of him. He was later cleared by the MACC and had threatened to spill the beans but he didn't.