SINGAPORE - We all need to play our part to prevent a possible terrorist attack from happening in our country.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has also taken the lead by initiating a number of awareness campaigns to remind residents here to remain vigilant and stay alert.
An extension of the SGSecure initiative is a mobile app that makes it convenient for people to make reports or emergency calls should an attack occurs. It was launched in Sep 2016.
However, a quick look at its review page on the iOS Appstore reveals hordes of angry one-star reviews by people who claim that they are National Servicemen.
They stated that they had been forced by their enciks (Warrant Officer) or CO (Commanding Officer) to download the app or "risked getting punished".
This guy Sevenhavenz said "nobody wants this":
While these guys just want to go home:
This person is showing his patriotic spirit:
Of course, you cannot trust everything you read on the internet. Furthermore, there is no way to assess the authenticity of their reviews. So we'll just take all these reviews as light-hearted commentary on a Friday afternoon.
For me, I came here for the comments.