Corruption and nepotism has deepened its roots yet again in Singapore with Parliament confirming that they will be funding a further S$25 million on top of a S$5 million budget for a mobile phone application headed by Lee Hsien Loong’s son Li Hong Yi.

PAP Minister Grace Fu who is in-charge of the Municipal Services Office said that she approved the funding of the S$30 million mobile phone application called Parking.sg.

At S$30 million, the parking application that only keep tracks of a driver’s GPS parking location is the world’s most expensive phone application.

According to Lee Hsien Loong’s siblings, Li Hong Yi, is the son earmarked to succeed his dictator father and be the next prime minister. The 31-year-old son of Lee Hsien Loong’s second wife Ho Ching is currently the deputy director for data science and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the Government Technology Agency (GovTech), a government agency under his father Lee Hsien Loong.

Lee Hsien Loong’s first wife committed suicide due to family pressure from giving birth to an albino son. The dictator Prime Minister distance away himself from his first son, due to his albino appearance.

His second wife, Ho Ching, is then made the CEO of Temasek Holdings, despite having no experience in heading an investment company or possessing any financial background.