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Thursday, December 31, 2015

Will 1MDB woes be settled tomorrow, Anina asks Najib

2015 is nearly over and Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has yet to fulfil his promise to settle debt-ridden fund 1MDB’s woes, said former Langkawi Umno member Anina Saadudin.
Counting the hours left to the current year, the controversial former Umno grassroots leader said it has been six months since Najib was reported saying 1MDB’s problems would be solved.
“Malaysians are not waiting for fireworks to herald in the new year, but are waiting for Najib’s promise that 1MDB will overcome its financial problems by Dec 31.
“If 1MDB fails to settle its financial problems tomorrow, it would mean Najib has lied to Malaysians once again,” she said in a Facebook posting.
Anina is suing Najib over the RM2.6 billion which was said to have been deposited into the Umno president's personal accounts claiming to be Arab donations to the party.
She filed the suit on Aug 28 seeking the monies be returned to the party.
Meanwhile, continuing her tirade against Najib, Anina believes that the country’s 30 million citizens’ new year’s resolution is nothing but this: for Najib to resign come Jan 1, 2016.
“There won’t be a second chance to build Malaysia which is facing ruins in terms of the economy and democracy if Najib continues helming this country.
“Believe me, if he continues to hide his failures and lies by creating more lies, it will only destroy Malaysia. So please, don’t destroy the lives of so many people,” she said.
Najib, in June, had promised Umno divisions that he will resolve 1MDB's problems before the year ends.
The promise was made to about 1,500 Umno division information chiefs and NGO representatives, during a closed-door briefing at PWTC.
1MDB president and group executive director, Arul Kanda Kandasamy, in August said that measures taken by the company in implementing the rationalisation plan were running smoothly and would be able to reduce its debts in four to six months' time.
He had said that the process could be implemented through the sale of several assets and equity in the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX), Bandar Malaysia and Edra Global Energy. -Mkini

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