Wednesday , June 23 2021

MACC to question Najib via a RM1.25bil solar panel project in S & W



PUTRAJAYA: Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak arrived Thursday (November 8th) on Thursday (November 9th) at the Malcolm Commission for Combating Corruption (MACC) after being recalled for questioning.

Pekan MP came to Proton Perdanu with "TN50" board, entering the building via the rear entrance.

The MACC's source confirmed Najib was asked to appear on Thursday to help investigate "a few" indeterminate cases.

One of them is on the solar panel project for schools in the rural Sarawak, allegedly worth RM1.25bil and assigned to Bintulu.

The project provoked controversy when it was said that the contract was passed on the "straight line" of the then prime minister.

Individuals have already been summoned for questioning, including former Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid, as well as former Special Police Officer Najiba.

The former special officer was in custody for a total of six days as part of a probe.

It is stated that the former officer sought the money from the contracted company.

Prior to appearing at the MACC headquarters, Najib earlier in the morning had been in Kuala Lumpur court to monitor his wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor, who was involved in mentioning cases of money laundering.

He left the court complex at 9.15 and headed straight to the MACC headquarters.

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