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Thursday, July 30, 2015

IS NAJIB SAYING RM2.6 BIL HIS OWN MONEY? He would have to work 5,200 years on PM's pay...

Department of Special Affairs (Jasa) adviser Tun Faisal Ismail Aziz can’t be more wrong when he said money that goes into the private accounts of Datuk Seri Najib, is his right and privacy and does not need to be announced to the public.
Najib was elected to the Parliament of Malaysia in 1976, at the age of 23, replacing his deceased father in the Pahang-based seat of Pekan. He then held the position of Menteri Besar of Pahang, Federal Minister, till he replaced Abdullah Badawi in the year 2009 and became the 6th Prime Minister of Malaysia.
In short, Najib has been a politician for all his life. He does not involve in business, at least not that we are aware of. However, his salary as PM is about half a million a year. He will need to work 5,200 years as Prime Minister in order to have RM2.6 billion in his personal account. Of course all right-minded Malaysians would ask how, from where and whom he received the money!
PM Najib
The former Umno Youth exco member added that it would only be an issue if the money came from an illegal source. Only then would it be necessary for the money to be declared to investigators.
However, if the source of the money is not illegal, why not share the secret with us so that we all can prosper together as a nation?
Tun Faisal also claimed anyone could make financial contributions to help Najib and the party.
While it is everybody’s right to give Najib a financial helping hand, all Malaysians deserve to know if Najib is also giving a helping to those helping him by using his executive power as a Prime Minister, as illustrate by Najib’s favourite quote “you help me, I help you”.
Tun Faisal is wrong to say that Najib’s account is not ex-DPM Tan Sri Muhyiddin’s concern as actually, Najib’s bank account is everybody’s concern, perhaps except for those who have been benefitted from RM2.6 billion.
Teo Nie Ching is DAP Assistant National Publicity Secretary and Kulai MP

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