Saturday, February 22, 2020

RM's Greed

The High Court heard on Thursday that Jepak Holdings Managing Director Saidi Abang Samsudin had confided to his business partner, Razak Othman, that RM5 million transported in two pieces of luggage to Pavilion Residences on Jalan Raja Chulan in Kuala Lumpur was for “RM” – of course, Rosmah Mansor lah. 

Razak, who is testifying as the eighth witness in Najib Razak’s money-grabbing wife’s bribes-for-contracts trial, had stated that he was present when Saidi supposedly delivered the cash. 

In his witness statement, Razak also said he had helped Saidi fill the two bags with the money – RM2.5 million in each bag – at Maybank’s Medan Tuanku branch. 

Razak, however, was unable to recall the exact year and date, but only that it had occurred in the month of December.

Last week, Saidi's driver Shamsul Rizal Sharbini, 42, had testified seeing what had happened in Pavillion. 

Shamsul, who was the fourth prosecution witness, also revealed going to Rosmah's Jalan Langgak Duta residence with Saidi to deliver two more bags containing cash. 

Rosmah was charged on November 15, 2018 with having asked for an RM187.5 million bribe or 15 percent of the Hybrid Photovoltaic Solar System Integrated project and the maintenance and operation of Genset/Diesel for 369 project rural schools in Sarawak worth RM1.25 billion.

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