Sarawak Report Hubris on Demonizing PM Najib

The Sarawak Report story on money trail back to Prime Minister Najib

The Sarawak Report story on money trail back to Prime Minister Najib

The New-Con Jewish funded through the Open Society and Global Witness media creature Sarawak Report is intensifying its lies with the sinister intent to demonize Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak with malicious accusations that he was beneficiary of drawn monies from some of the 1MDB deal.

An avid observer of this SOPO agenda to topple Prime Minister Najib was quick with immediate salvos against these Sarawak Report hopeful rebels.

1MDB was very quick to deny these malicious lies:

Media statement by 1Malaysia Development Berhad

Issued on 3 July 2015
For immediate publication

1MDB never provided funds to PM

In reference to media reports published earlier today, 1MDB wishes to make clear that the company has never provided any funds to the Prime Minister. To suggest otherwise, as some media outlets have done, is highly irresponsible and a deliberate attempt to undermine the company.

Recent revelations have raised concerns about the veracity of a number of ‘leaked’ documents which certain media outlets, and online blogs such as Sarawak Report, have used to mislead the public and justify spurious allegations against the company and the government.

According to press reports, these documents were found to have been tampered with, and were being used by an individual – who is currently under arrest in a foreign country – to extort and blackmail his former employer.

We are therefore surprised that documents such as these, whose existence and authenticity have not been publicly verified, continue to be used as a basis to create new unsubstantiated allegations against 1MDB.

1MDB is currently cooperating with a number of enquiries being conducted by lawful authorities including the Auditor General, the Public Accounts Committee and Bank Negara. These authorities have all the relevant information, and we request all parties to await the outcome of their findings before making further allegations and rushing to judgement.

ends

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These series of outright malicious lies coupled with twisted half truths have been repeated too many times over and credible international media starting to use some of the materials as ‘credible sources’.

This latest sting came days after Fitch reviewed their ratings on Malaysia from negative to stable. This include all the fiscal initiatives put forth by Prime Minister Najib’s administration which include the 1MDB recovery plan approved by Cabinet on 29 May 2015.

Hence, all the efforts before this to demonise Prime Minister Najib’s administration as being “poor, incompetent, mismanaged and laced with embezzlement, CBTs and corruption” did not affect the fundamentals about the Malaysian economy and fiscal policy management.

Inadvertently, Prime Minister Najib’s administration is heading the right direction with his Transformation Agenda which encompasses rationalisation of direct and indirect subsidies, reduction of dependence on oil and gas and reducing deficit.

In short, the Neo Con Jewish funders of activists and operatives who have systematically trying to topple the BN led Federal Government of Malaysia, failed after all there tricks displayed.

Now, they are moving up on a higher gear and starting to attack Prime Minister Najib is being corrupt and personally benefitting from the so-called “1MDB Scandal”.

Prime Minister Najib should consider serious actions against Sarawak Report which agenda is clearly to instigate deep distrust and demonize the Prime Minister and management of the country.

*Updated 1330hrs

Statement from Prime Minister’s Office on Sarawak Report’s latest malicious attacks against the Prime Minister:

PRIME MINISTER’S OFFICE STATEMENT

3 July 2015‎

‎”Despite the Prime Minister’s successful stewardship of Malaysia’s economy against global headwinds – as recognised this week by Fitch’s upgrade – there have been concerted efforts by certain individuals to undermine confidence in our economy, tarnish the government, and remove a democratically elected Prime Minister.

“These latest claims, attributed to unnamed investigators as a basis to attack the Prime Minister, are a continuation of this political sabotage. ‎

“It has been reported that criminal leaking of documents, doctoring and extortion has taken place to mislead the media and public.

So it is incumbent on responsible members of the media not to accept documents as genuine unless verified by the appropriate authorities.

Regarding the allegations themselves, it must be noted that 1MDB has already stated that the company never provided funds to the Prime Minister.”‎

ENDS

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*Updated 143ohrs

“Its a political sabotage” by certain individuals

Pro-Anwarista newsportal TMI story:

PMO blames ‘certain individuals’ behind WSJ report, calls it ‘political sabotage’

Published: 3 July 2015 2:13 PM

Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s office says today there are individuals who are out to undermine confidence in the Malaysian economy, tarnish the government and remove a democratically elected prime minister. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, July 3, 2015.
Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s office says today there are individuals who are out to undermine confidence in the Malaysian economy, tarnish the government and remove a democratically elected prime minister. – The Malaysian Insider file pic, July 3, 2015.
Calling it political sabotage, Putrajaya said today the Wall Street Journal’s expose about billions channelled into Datuk Seri Najib Razak bank accounts was the work of “certain individuals” to undermine confidence in the economy, tarnish the government and remove a democratically elected prime minister.
The Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement that local media should not accept such documents as genuine unless verified by appropriate authorities after the Malaysian online media quoted the WSJ expose and that by whistle-blower site Sarawak Report.

“Despite the prime minister’s successful stewardship of Malaysia’s economy against global headwinds – as recognised this week by Fitch’s upgrade – there have been concerted efforts by certain individuals to undermine confidence in our economy, tarnish the government, and
remove a democratically elected prime minister.

“These latest claims, attributed to unnamed investigators as a basis to attack the prime minister, are a continuation of this political sabotage,” PMO said in a statement posted on its Facebook page.
The statement came after several ministers questioned the reports in the WSJ and Sarawak Report which said debt-ridden 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) had channelled money into Najib’s accounts through other companies.

1MDB has denied the claims.

“It has been reported that criminal leaking of documents, doctoring and extortion has taken place to mislead the media and public.

“So it is incumbent on responsible members of the media not to accept documents as genuine unless verified by the appropriate authorities.

“Regarding the allegations themselves, it must be noted that 1MDB has already stated that the company never provided funds to the prime minister,” PMO said. – July 3, 2015.

– See more at: http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysia/article/pmo-blames-certain-individuals-behind-wsj-report-calls-it-political-sabotag#sthash.O48ZBstA.dpuf

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  1. “Prime Minister Najib should consider serious actions against Sarawak Report”.

    Yes and please include Wall Street Journal too.

    “Malaysian investigators scrutinizing a government investment fund have traced nearly $700 million of deposits into what they believe are the personal bank accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak, according to documents from a government probe.”

    http://www.wsj.com/asia

  2. I strongly support strong action against Sarawak Report if proven they lied and slandered.

    But wonder if there is as yet any strong evidence against it.Until and unless the Justo interrogations by the Thai authorities can prove all what SR said are lies and such evidence can be used here.

    I wonder why the Thai Police Colonel connected with the case was the other day quoted as saying Justo would be imprisoned in Thailand first and only after that can other parties have access to him. Presumably also to the results of their interrogations as well.

    And those were said after the IGP announcing to the press that PDRM was arranging with the Thai authorities to interrogate or investigate Justo.

    • There is no Smoke without Fire……

      • Yeah , kalau tiada angin tak kan pokok bergoyang .

  3. In response to the media/ WSJ report, 1MDB says “the company has never provided any funds to the Prime Minister”. Is that a clever statement? The WSJ did not say 1MDB provided the funds. They said documents showed a total of nearly US$700 were placed into Najib’s personal accounts.

    One report quoted a Government spokesman (PMO?), responding to the money banked into personal accounts matter said Najib did not take any funds for personal use. Is that also a clever statement? In fact that statement, if indeed said by a Government Officer, implies acknowledgement of the moneys going into Najib’s accounts. For whatever purpose.

    1MDB and the PMO have to do better than those. Either keep silent, or deny the moneys going into Najib’s personal accounts, or explain why, what source, purpose etc. It’s no small amount – US700 million = RM2.8 billion going into any one’s personal accounts..

    Perhaps they are now between the devil and the deep blue sea. Keeping silent is not an option at this stage of the controversy. And Malaysians, especially those who love and cherish UMNO/BN rule, cannot be blamed for wanting to know. It may be the smoking gun, but that’s the way the cookie crumbles, as the Australians say.

    • Who is the govt source? Xavier Justo???? Yea … Sure.

      The onus is on accuser to proof and present a credible story. Not 1mdb or pmo.

      Makes no sense to steal in the billion to bring back into a personal account. Laughable …

      Show us more. Has sarawak report acquired WSJ????

      • Buano dear

        Gathering evidence takes time. However politics is ALL about perception.

        Right now the perception of Najib is – one that is incompetent, spineless and boastfully thick-skinned.

      • In normal situations, you accuse, you prove. In politics, they seldom do. Ask Lim Kit Siang, Tokong Lim, and the whole PKR jing bang Tian Chua and all. Been referred to as “the usual wild, unsubstantiated and unjustified allegations.”

        Among the newspapers, it’s a matter of reputation. The Rocket (DAP “paper”) has none, Utusan has some. WSJ and others may be called Neocons, Zionists and Sorosists, but maybe the documents WSJ said they have reviewed regarding the personal accounts may come out in due course.

        And Najib has not sued SR, The Edge or anybody directly on these yet.

      • In Normal circumstances…yes…”you accuse you proof” would apply…

        However in the special case of Rakyat v.s Government this could hardly be applied!

        why you may ask? This is because the rakyat affair is govern by the government not the other way round.

        The rakyat (or most of them as you can see from Najib own facebook post) has no power to check 1MDB, MARA etc how? can I go to the bank now and demand to check 1MDB money trail??? So how can I or other rakyat prove this?

        The government however has the power to do this…therefore they are the one who should show the proof!

  4. The Prime Minister of Malaysia, Government OF Malaysia, 1MDB should take Sarawak Report and funders to court, charge them in criminal court for criminal defamation.

    And in the civil court, sue them for defamation damages, get injuction to prohibit any more new postings and make them libel for causing the people to be riddiculed and in a state of confusion.

    PM Najib, Pls demonstrate your Bugis Warriordom and take some ballsy action!

    • Dia ada bukti kuat ke? Nampak nya bukti yang ada ha nya menunjukkan Justo salin secara pilihan, edit dsb nya. Takda bukti menunjukkan yang mana salah atau jika semua salah dalam SR tu.

    • According to rappler.com, Justo was said to be able to break into PetroSaudi’s computers and download 2 million emails. That’s hell of a lot.

      Those emails were said to have been passed to Clare Rewcastle Brown, the editor of Sarawak Report, and reportedly to Tun Dr Mahathir.

      Justo’s arrest and accusations that he had tampered with them is considered to be part of a move by Najib to discredit Mahathir before he could feed more documents and evidence to the press.

      Mahathir is believed to have additional evidence of illegal transfers of money out of the country by Rosmah Mansor, Najib’s wife, with the help of Jho Taek Low, the flamboyant young financier who helped Najib set up 1MDB in 2009.

      So, will Najib take any legal action? In a legal action, all the worms will come out. And they can be very mean ones. Some worms can literally eat human intestines.

    • Najib’s Political Secretary was quoted by Sinar Harian as saying Najib will take legal action against WSJ.

      Will he?

    • WSJ today defended its investigative article accusing Najib of “embezzlement saying it was based on government investigations the report of which was seen by Najib Abdul Razak himself.”

      “It is a serious investigation. The documents that we saw have been shared with the Malaysian attorney-general and others in the government.

      “So they have been seen and seen by the prime minister,” said WSJ Hong Kong bureau chief Ken Brown in an interview with CNBC.

      That’s why it was only his Political Secretary who said Najib will take legal action against WSJ. Najib did not say it.

  5. If (and thats a very big if) there is indeed a conspiracy by the neocons(which i doubt) to topple the bugis warrior, why not he just be a man and get lost somewhere. There is no need to drag the whole nation with you. If he went lost last week, this story wouldnt have made the rounds. Or is najib afraid that stories such as these would come up when he is no longer pm? Come on najib, just cut a deal with your successor and get out of town. This nation is in limbo and here we have one man who wants to save face but could wreck the entire nation.

    • Saya suka kata kata “one man who wants to save face but could wreck the entire nation.” Saya setuju.

    • A bogus tweet which suggests the ‘resignation’ of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has raised eyebrows among social media users.

      Awani has denied responsibility.

      • It was a bogus Astroawani tweet alert.

  6. Can we get a straight “Yes” or “No” answer just to the following 2 questions:

    1. Does Mr Najib Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia had an account with AmBank with Account no. 2112022009694?

    2. Was there a transaction made from Falcon Private Bank (Singapore Branch) amounting to USD 619,999, 988 to the said account in March 2013?

    If we can get that, it’ll clear up a lot of things.

    • Setuju juga dengan so’alan so’alan di atas tu.

    • I thought a news heading saying Najib denied receiving money in his bank accounts flashed on the screen when clicking Google News.

      But until now I could only find PMO’s statements saying that media reports claiming he received money in his personal account from banks, government agencies and companies linked to the 1MDB state fund were a “continuation of political sabotage.”

      “There have been concerted efforts by certain individuals to undermine confidence in our economy, tarnish the government, and remove a democratically elected prime minister,” Najib’s office said in a statement.

      So, as of now Najib or the PMO has not denied the news on moneys placed into his bank accounts.

      • Is that smart just saying It’s political sabotage, not saying yes or no to the funds placed into his bank accounts?

        It’s this kind of non response that has made the IDB scandal so huge now.

  7. Why would WSJ published such a damning news with specific mention of money transferred into Najib’s personal accounts in 2013, end of 2014 and early 2015, if it has reasons to believe they were not true. Why doesnt Najib speak up to deny and sue WSJ? Nothing to hide? Nowhere to hide?

    • You know what’s funny? It in his (najib) latest statement, he says it is all due to discredited SR. no mention what so ever of WSJ. he also mentions unique opportunity to achieve developed nation status and he will continue to lead Malaysia there. Ironic. This guy says it like it was his idea. Kinda ironic as the guy he is attacking shamelessly is the guy that initiated the wawasan 2020. Also harped on about gutter tactics when he demonises detractors on prime time news every night for months.

      But back to issue, address WSJ. and please explain in what way is SR “discredited” as i recall justo is being hooked for blackmail and not for “tempering or creative editing”. The internet, what a wonderful tool

  8. Last night, DS Najib posted in his Facebook a statement, which theStar published in full at

    http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2015/07/03/PM-statement-on-allegations/

    Said by him himself, in his own words, not those of PMO and the like.

    I’m not stretching the issue, just being in line with my stand of wanting to know, and now making a careful reading of his choice of words. .

    On the subject of funds transferred to his personal accounts, he referred to “The latest allegation .. that I have taken state-linked funds for personal gain.” Note the words “for personal gain”. I think the WSJ report did not mention that. I have not read each and every article in the Sarawak Report and Tun Dr Mahathir’s blog (both of which he mentioned specifically) in full and am wondering whether those words were used there.

    So, he repeated those words “for personal gain” and said, “Let me be very clear: I have never taken funds for personal gain as alleged by my political opponents ..” I was hoping to see words like “I did not receive the alleged nearly US$700 million in my personal accounts.” I wonder if it’s a matter of semantics. And it certainly is not my intention to split hairs. This is a very serious matter anyway.

    Unless some one clarifies here that the words “for personal gain” were indeed used in SR or by TDM, I still have to grapple with the question of whether he received those US$700 million = RM2.8 billion in his personal accounts, the source and for what purpose. If some one can help clarify, it’d help me with the laborious research of going back to so many SR articles, Chedet blog posts, etc.

    • Even the Singapore Straits Times thinks that Najib’s Facebook account posting is a denial of the WSJ report ? –

      Najib denies claims of (Singapore) $940m wired to his accounts
      The Straits Times – ‎58 minutes ago‎

      • A quick search on Google: “Falcon Private Bank is a Swiss private banking boutique with 50 years of expertise in wealth management. We provide first-class financial services to private clients and wealthy families” (from the bank’s website).

        The Singapore Branch of Falcon Private Bank is in Centennial Tower.

        It appears that Falcon Private Bank is a real bank with real physical Branches in major financial centres.

        And this is not the first time that a Swiss private bank has been alleged to have been involved in such matters.

        There is a Swiss private bank with a Branch in Singapore that was pulled into the on-going investigations into 1MDB, as reported extensively in the media.

      • So?

      • Repeat, for effect –

        So what?

      • Clarified to ensure the usually Singapore-glorifying and now Singapore-defending Rheumathis fella undrstands that my above 2 comments are meant for him.

        Waiting to see his response now.

      • Haba – your usual lack of logic manifests again!

        It was Isa who referred to the Singapore Straits Time report – see above.

        Fyi, the front page report in the ST today appeared under the title “Najib denies claims of $940m wired to his accounts”.

        On page A8 of the same issue of the ST is another report “Allegations may be true or false but Najib takes a hit”.

        Both reports are attributed to Shannon Teoh, the ST’s Malaysia Correspondent.

        The Singapore Business Times reported it as “Najib: Mahathir behind 1MDB lies” on page 1. This report is attributed to BT reporter Anita Gabriel.

        The Singapore TODAY paper, using agencies’ reports, carried the report on page 2 under the title “Najib accuses Dr M of working with foreign parties on WSJ report”.

        In what shape or form, apart from what exists in your over-heated imagination, can these be construed as “Singapore-defending”?

        Of course, if Bank Negara and MAS get involved in the investigations, that is standard operating procedure, is it not?

        Are you trying to deflect attention away from the AWSJ report and the subsequent ruckus that it kicked up?

      • Repeat, for effect – are you trying to deflect attention away from the AWSJ report…..?

        Hahaha.

      • Rheumatist,

        Me lack of logic? But you are the one, who, in many instances like the above, having very queer “logic”, if any. I find many of you DAP-like people often having very strange “logic”. They are called Cina Bukit here in Malaysia.

        Maybe you, a Singaporean, are Cina Bukit, too. I’m now inclined to think that you are a Singaporean. Let me know if you are interested in what Professors of History have written about the origins of Chinese who originated from south China.

        You find it very restrictive to comment in Singapore blogs – the so-called news portals are licensed there – so you come to Malaysian blogs where there is no fear of being easily pulled up by the authorities for whatever you say.

        Your lack of logic in the ensuing comment.

      • Now, Rheumatist, Isa up there asked if “Even the Singapore Straits Times thinks that Najib’s Facebook account posting is a denial of the WSJ report ? And asked if Najib denies claims of (Singapore) $940m wired to his accounts.

        But you gave your Google search results on Falcon Private Bank. Without stating any reference to or link with WSJ, SR, or the US$700 million that Isa spoke about in his 2 comments.

        Then you went bang into saying “And this is not the first time that a Swiss private bank has been alleged to have been involved in such matters. There is a Swiss private bank with a Branch in Singapore that was pulled into the on-going investigations into 1MDB, as reported extensively in the media.”

        Again, without saying the link to Isa’s subject matter – Najib denying claims of money wired into his accounts, And even the Spore ST doesn’t seem to appreciate the difference between “denial of the WSJ report” and “denial of S$940 wired into his accounts”.

        Isa’s comments made no mention at all about the bank you spoke about. And you did not introduce the link at all.

        So, where the hell is the logic in your comment? Are you mad or something?

      • Rheumathist,

        Me trying to deflect attention away from the AWSJ report…..?

        Aiyoyo, stupido (note that a Malaysian court recently ruled that calling people stupid in a certain context is not defamatory – and in your case it’s always), I was the one who egged you on into talking about the AWSJ report, that mentioned the transfers of funds into Najib’s bank accounts etc.

        I said “So?”, “So what” etc, remember? Read the above comments again if you are not high on some intoxicants of any kind.

        If you are not, then you must be a sicko, man. Accusing others lack of logic when it’s you who are blatantly clear by my explanations above are the one without logic. As some one has used the quote, yours are like the usual DAP’s “wild, unsubstantiated and unjustified allegations.”

        No wonder you get scared of commenting in Spore blogs, eh? But when you want to comment in Malaysian blogs, if you write “wild, unsubstantiated and unjustified allegations”, you get shitted at (again quoting words often used against similar comments by DAP buggers), like being done to you now.

      • Rithmatist,

        For the record, you wrote

        ” the front page report in the ST today appeared under the title “Najib denies claims of $940m wired to his accounts”.

        On page A8 of the same issue of the ST is another report “Allegations may be true or false but Najib takes a hit”

        only in you accusing comment. Not before, not in the one that was shitted at.

        And, in any case, whoever reading Malaysian blogs reads the Spore ST? So, if you want to comment about what Isa said, the onus was on you to point out what the Spore ST said in your very first comment.

        Comprendo? Wakaru?

      • Haba

        Before you proceed to shove your foot further into your mouth, I suggest that you procure or purloin a copy of yesterday’s (4th July 2015) Singapore a Straits Times and read and re-read the 2 reports that Rithmatist referred to. Read for yourself exactly what was written in those 2 reports.

        I presume that you are intelligent enough to peruse the source material (in this case the Singapore ST reports) yourself without relying on hearsay and without flying off the handle and taking umbrage.

        If you haven’t read the reports yourself, then be man enough to admit it.

        Incidentally, if the Singapore ST erred in it’s reports, there are many channels available for the affected parties to seek redress, including taking the paper to court.

        Even the Malaysian High Commissioner to Singapore could write officially to the paper setting out the government’s position and seeking an apology if the reports in question are erroneous, defamatory or slanderous.

        So, what is it going to be?

      • Kineas,

        Are you so stupid as not to understand what I wrote up there? Here, I reproduce the relevant part: “whoever reading Malaysian blogs reads the Spore ST?” Meaning, people like me don’t read Spore ST.

        So, isn’t it logical that “if you (Rheumatis) want to comment about what Isa said, the onus was on you to point out what the Spore ST said in your very first comment.”?

        And who in Malaysia wants to read the Spore ST? You realize that this is a Malaysian blog, don’t you?

        And you want to pick a fight with me because I fought Rheumatis? Why be rude saying “shove your foot further into your mouth”? Because you are also Rheumathis, ashamed and unable to reply to my few comments up there, so comment abusively in another name, like done by many rude and abusive ultra kiasus?

        Are you again stupid by suggesting that I procure a copy of yesterday’s Singapore a Straits Times? Especially after what I have written above? Or you are blind and could not read well what I wrote?

        Then you show your stupidity for the third time asking me to admit if I haven’t read the reports myself. You want me to make what I said clearer? Here: “Whoever that reads a Malaysian blog like this one reads the Spore ST?”. Ain’t it plain clear that I don’t read and do not wish to read the Spore ST? So if you want to say anything mentioned in Spore ST, you jolly well say it in your comment in here.

        Your fourth time stupidity is challenging me to sue or the Malaysian High Commissioner to write to the Spore ST. What utter nonsense.

        I usually don’t entertain your kind of comments. But this is Sunday morning and I need entertainment. Thanks for providing me that entertainment by whacking you. It is enjoyable.

        And no need to respond further, stupid. People usually don’t visit past posts. I did it just now just to see if the Rheumatis fella dares to respond further to my comments against him.

        Note that, speaking for myself, Singapore blokes are welcome in Malaysian blogs like this one. But anyone wanting to glorify Singapore and demean Malaysia in the process, like the Rheumatis bloke has been doing, has to jolly well justify it properly, otherwise incur my wrath. You see, I love my country and must always defend it.

  9. How to take legal action against WSJ?

    todayonline.com says

    Abdul Gani Patail revealed a task force has raided three companies linked to funds allegedly channelled to Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal bank accounts, adding that he has received investigation papers on the matter.

    He said in a statement today (July 4) he had gone through the documents and gave further advice and directives to the task force consisting of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), police and Bank Negara Malaysia.

  10. Looks like the end for Najib now.

    Or, as Winston Churchill said of the wins against Hitler’s forces during World War II, “The beginning of the end”. And he played on the words, “The end of the beginning”. Until Hitler went bonkers in the bunkers – took a cyanide pill and shot himself dead.

    DPM Muhyiddin Yassin issued a statement calling for allegations against his boss Najib be investigated following a Wall Street Journal report that claimed US$700 million (RM2.6 billion) of 1MDB’s funds had been deposited into the prime minister’s personal bank accounts.

    “This allegation is very serious and can affect Najib’s credibility and integrity as prime minister and head of government.

    “Therefore, it is my stance that the relevant investigative authorities, such as the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC), Bank Negara Malaysia, Royal Malaysian Police with the cooperation of the Attorney-General’s Chambers, must act immediately to investigate all.allegations made against Najib,” he said.

    Not sure which one first – likely to be Muhyiddin’s statement, then AG Gani Patail’s.

  11. […] Like many, Muhyiddin hopes that Prime Minister Najib takes those who are making these slanderous baseless sinister allegations be taken to court. […]


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