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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Rafizi: RM2.6m SRC-linked funds used on media campaigns



Continuing on his mission to expose the alleged money trail of SRC International funds, PKR vice president Rafizi Ramli today claimed that over to RM2.6 million was used to pay off media practitioners and fund social media campaigns.
One of the companies named allegedly received RM1 million in July 22, 2014 from the SRC funds, which he claimed went to Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak's personal accounts.
The company is said to have been responsible for running social media campaigns for its clients.
In making his allegation, Rafizi linked the company to a Titiwangsa Umno member by the name of Noryusmiza Nasir, whose profile on professional networking site LinkedIn, stated that he had worked as a senior researcher for the company.
Rafizi published a photo of Noryusmiza on his website, and also attached it to his press statement.
Noryusmiza Nasir
"I believe these individuals named will not deny these exposes, nor will they furnish evidence that the revelations are not true," Rafizi said in the statement.
When contacted, Noryusmiza expressed shock at Rafizi's allegations, and denied any knowledge of the company getting funds from Najib or SRC International.
"I know nothing (about the company's funds).. I only worked as a consultant for them advising them on social media management systems.
"I have a lot of debt, if I had RM1 million a lot of my problems would be solved.. I don't know how I could be implicated" Noryusmiza told Malaysiakini.
The 45-year-old said he only worked with the company on a contractual basis, and to his knowledge, the company had shut down.
As for his involvement in Titiwangsa Umno, he said he was only a regular member.
Asked whether he would sue Rafizi, he replied: "I'm just a regular person, not someone important, and not a politician. Rafizi can say what he wants, I don't have the capacity (to sue him)."
'Not a single sen'
Meanwhile, asked about the possibility of his division receiving SRC International funds, Titiwangsa Umno division chief Johari Abdul Ghani responded in the negative.
"Not at all. Not a single sen. I don't need all these funds to take care of my division," Johari, who is also Second Finance Minister, told Malaysiakini.
Besides the company that Noryusmiza was linked to, Rafizi also named two other recipients of the alleged SRC International funds.
One company, purportedly owned by a senior adviser to Najib, allegedly received RM2 million on Aug 27, 2014.
The company is said to be the developer of the Najib Razak mobile application which was launched in 2016.

Meanwhile the third recipient, is said to be a former journalist from Singapore who allegedly received RM655,000 from Najib's personal accounts.
Najib is believed to have received up to RM74 million from SRC International.
Part of this money, totalling RM32 million, was detailed in a document held up by attorney-general Mohamed Apandi Ali when he cleared Najib of wrongdoing in January last year.
Mohamed Apandi said Najib did not know funds from SRC International had entered his personal bank accounts and thought they were part of the multi-billion ringgit deposits he claimed was a donation from a member of the Saudi Arabia royal family.
Najib has also denied wrongdoing or taking public funds for personal gain.- Mkini

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