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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

DAP: How many accounts, how much money does PM Najib have?


A DAP leader is wondering how many bank accounts does Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak have, and how much money are in them.
Party acting chairperson Tan Kok Wai raised this issue following Sarawak Report's latest allegation that RM3.4 million in cash was deposited into Najib's accounts in early 2015.
Tan said the exact amount of Najib's wealth was still unknown, and likened it to the Sabah Water Department corruption case, where the actual amount involved is continuously increasing.
"How much has not been revealed by Sarawak Report? How much of Najib's unknown funds? Najib should offer an explanation (to the people)," he told reporters in Kuala Lumpur.
Tan said the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission's (MACC) investigation into the 'Ops Water' probe in Sabah only saw middle-level public servants arrested.
"PM, cabinet members, deputy ministers, menteri besar, chief ministers, state executive councillors – are they all 'clean'? This is the biggest question," he added.
PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar, who was also present, concurred.
She claimed the MACC was only aiming for the "small fish", but letting the "big fish" go free.
Nurul said MACC should immediately look into Sarawak Report's allegations if the graft-buster was indeed independent, trustworthy and accountable.
Sarawak Report had claimed that cash deposits totalling RM3.4 million were made into two Ambank accounts purportedly belonging to Najib in February and March 2015.
Citing alleged leaks by investigators, the website claimed the accounts were managed by SRC International Sdn Bhd former managing director Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil.

Nik Faisal was the signatory for the accounts, Sarawak Report alleged in an email.
Previously, it was reported that SRC's transaction to the prime minister's accounts could total RM74 million.
Najib has repeatedly denied abusing public funds for personal gain.
Sarawak Report’s London-based editor Claire Rewcastle-Brown has been accused of being part of a conspiracy to topple the prime minister, but she has denied this. - Mkini

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