Saturday, August 10, 2019

Son Follows Father's Footsteps

After Najib Razak, it’s his son’s turn! 

The Inland Revenue Board (LHDN) filed a lawsuit against Mohd Nazifuddin Najib claiming tax arrears of RM37.6 million from 2011 to 2017. 

Najib's second son had owed these amounts: RM1, 541,850.83, RM5,718,486.42, RM5,437,086.08, RM3,775,133.23, RM1,796,494.18, RM2,271,812.79 and RM12, 052,046.26 from the years 2011 to 2017, respectively.

“We sent him a notice on March 18, asking him to pay, but he failed to do so”, LHDN claimed. 

As Nazifuddin had failed to pay the arrears within 30 days of the notice, a 10% increase was added to the amounts for the years 2011 to 2017. And, thereafter, an additional 5% on the arrears after he failed to respond.

The EPL season began under the lights at Anfield, as Norwich City headed to Merseyside on Friday.

And the Reds had a good start when they thumped the Canaries 4-1; all four were a rush of first-half goals. 

Norwich captain Grant Hanley scored the opening goal of the top-flight season in only seven minutes when he sliced Divock Origi's cross into his own net before Mohamed Salah opened his account after a pass by Roberto Firmino twelve minutes later. In the twenty-eighth minute, an unmarked Virgil van Dijk headed the third from Salah's corner and in the forty-second minute, Origi headed into the back of the net after a sublime pass by Trent Alexander-Arnold. 

Teemu Pukki grabbed one back in a quieter second half – but we showed we mean business. 

One down, 37 more to go. 

Next up is a trip to Istanbul, Turkey in midweek for the UEFA Super Cup – where we must meet Europa League winners Chelsea.

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