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Monday, February 27, 2017

Saudi king's visit vindicates PM on RM2.6b donation, says academic

Saudi Arabian King Salman Abdul Aziz Al Saud's visit to Malaysia has put to rest the opposition's slander regarding the RM2.6 billion donation for Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak.
"Previously, there was a leader who said that even a mad Arab would not give such a colossal sum. But the presence of King Salman is sufficient to prove Najib was telling the truth that the RM2.6 billion was a donation from the Saudi royal family.
"I am certain the donation was given based on Najib's efforts and achievements in upholding Islam in Malaysia and globally," academic Hanafiah Harun told Umno Online.
The associate professor at UiTM said if it was true that Najib had slandered the Saudi royal family to cover up his wrongdoings, King Salman would not have set foot in Malaysia.
The royal family, he pointed out, would not have been silent on the matter either.
"So it is clear that all the issues which emerged regarding the RM2.6 billion were cooked up by outsiders, which the opposition in Malaysia disseminated to soil Najib's credibility," he added.
Hanafiah said the opposition continued to harp on the matter despite the prime minister having repeatedly explained it.

"I believe the opposition is bankrupt (of ideas). Therefore, they use slander as their weapon to attack Najib although he has repeatedly denied (abusing public funds for personal gain).
"Now, King Salman chooses Malaysia as his first stop for his tour. To me, King Salman's presence is a powerful slap for the opposition with regards to their efforts to tarnish Najib," he added.
Attorney-general Mohamad Apandi Ali had also cleared the prime minister of any wrongdoing, while Najib has blamed the corruption allegations on those conspiring to topple him from power.- Mkini

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