Thursday, February 27, 2020

Greedy Najib Razak

A total of RM170 million entered Putra Perdana Constructions Sdn Bhd as an "advance" for a contract and from that amount, RM32 million ended up in Najib Razak's personal bank accounts, the High Court was told yesterday. 

Putrajaya Perdana Bhd group managing director Rosman Abdullah (left), 53, testified at the SRC International Sdn Bhd trial involving Najib that monies were transferred into their subsidiary company's bank account in three tranches. 

Rosman then said that the three tranches were RM35 million on July 08, 2014; RM105 million on July 14, 2014; and RM30 million on August 08, 2014 and added the transfers were made on the instructions of fugitive financier Jho Low. 

He added that out of the RM170 million, RM27 million was banked into Najib's AmBank account ending 880 on July 08, 2014 and RM5 million was banked into his account ending 906 on September 10, 2014. 

However, he maintained he did not know that the accounts belonged to Najib. 

Rosman is the major shareholder of the PPB Group through his wholly-owned Cendana Destini Sdn Bhd – and his company acquired an interest in the PPB Group from UBG Bhd (Utama Banking Group) which is owned by Low for a purchase price of RM240 million. The sale agreement was inked in 2012 – but the acquisition was only completed on April 13, 2015, after the purchase price of RM240 million was fully paid. 

At the time the RM170 million came into PPC, Low was still the beneficial owner of PPB Group. 

Anyway, the point is, huge amounts of money went into Najib's personal accounts. He cannot plead ignorance.

To me, Najib is greedy, greedy, greedy! 

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In Malaysia, the number of confirmed cases remain at 22 – and the good news is, 20 made full recovery. And zilch deaths thus far.

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