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Friday, August 28, 2015

It’s Anina versus Najib

Umno delegate from Langkawi whose video chastising Najib went viral reveals herself as the plaintiff in the lawsuit filed against PM earlier today.
KUALA LUMPUR: Langkawi Kedah Umno delegate Anina Saadudin has revealed herself as the Umno member who commenced legal action against Prime Minister Najib Razak earlier today in connection with his receipt and use of a RM2.6 billion political donation meant for the party.
“I fear that although Dato’ Seri Najib has by his actions sullied the image and interests of Umno, the interested parties within Umno will not take action against him because of the power he wields as party president and prime minister,” she told a press conference here this afternoon.
“Therefore, it was with this realisation, and on account of my loyalty and commitment as an Umno member that I filed my suit against Dato’ Seri Najib,” she said, adding that she felt she had no other choice in the matter.
“As an Umno member I am gravely disappointed with what has been happening to my party recently,” she told a press conference here this afternoon. “Umno members are increasingly troubled by Dato’ Seri Najib’s failure to properly address the RM2.6 billion donation issue.”
“I myself spoke up on this matter in Langkawi on August 8,” she added. “Unfortunately, Dato’ Seri Najib has to date ignored my criticism and warning.”
Anina said that prior to the lawsuit, she had lodged a complaint with Umno’s disciplinary committee and requested that they call up the party president to seek his explanation on the matter.
“I believe Dato’ Seri Najib has committed a breach of trust and violated the party’s constitution by receiving and using the RM2.6 billion fund,” she said, explaining further that she commenced the suit out of her love for Umno.
“I plead with the court to give us Umno members justice.”
Responding to questions from reporters, Anina said that she neither felt alone nor was she afraid to be expelled from the party for her actions.
“I believe I represent all three million members,” she said. “I am sure there are many others like me who want to know the truth.”
Anina first shot to prominence when a video of her speaking at her division’s Wanita Umno delegates meeting went viral. In the video, she claimed that the Umno president had lied to its members.
In doing so, she used the word “kencing” (urinate), which she said was a colloquial Malay reference to “lying”. She went on to say that the prime minister needed to go for “treatment” to “cure his condition.”

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