Prime Minister Najib has gone soft

In the blatant flavour of many attempting to portray Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak as a ‘dictator’ and “Leader who is afraid and clinging on to power”, the recent development in the scandal implicating 1MDB is a surprise and probably unbelievable to skeptics.

Supremo bloggo-journo Datuk Rocky scooped about the MACC interviewed Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Mohd. Najib Tun Razak, for the investigation of SRC International.

The MACC investigation officers took two and half hours for ask Prime Minister Najib questions. That is undoubtedly a very long time and latitude provided by a ‘dictator’.

The skeptics actually bought into the propaganda of the fallacy that Prime Minister Najib is afraid of the truth prevailing. Probably a few “No” which would take no longer than 15 minutes ought to be suffice, to provide the cloud of camouflage of the statutory requirement that ‘he is co-operating and no cover up’.

Nevermind the fact that Prime Minister Najib earliest action of the quick and heightened controversy arisen from the purportedly scandalous acts of white crime within 1MDB, was to announce the Auditor General and Public Accounts Committee (PAC) to investigate and make enquiries.

Earlier in the week, Group Executive Director and President of 1MDB Arul Kanda Kandasamy was present in Parliament, to face the PAC. In the words of the PAC Chairman, “Arul was very co-operative”.

Probably the skeptics are impatient to see Prime Minister Najib fall down because of 1MDB and is unable to fathom that the development is moving the opposite way, in the right direction.

As a leader who should have ‘dictatorial power’ and “Very afraid and clinging on to power”, allowing latitude should be seen as soft.

Published in: on December 5, 2015 at 17:00  Comments (5)