Ku Nan case: Verdict to be known after Sept. 11

The court will determine the fate of former minister Ku Nan sometime in September.

Written by TheMole

KUALA LUMPUR — June 30, 2020: Both sides in the trial of former Federal Territories minister Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor who is charged with receiving RM2 million from a property developer have ben given until August 14 to submit their written submissions.

This was decided today by High Court judge Mohamed Zaini Mazlan after the defence closed its case. The date for oral clarification is September 11, after which he will fix a date to deliver his verdict.

Tengku Adnan, 69, faces a charge of accepting RM2 million from Aset Kayamas managing director Tan Sri Chai Kin Kong four years ago. The cheque for that amount was deposited into the account of Tadmansori Holdings, owned by the accused.

During the 16-day trial which began on July 2 the prosecution called two former KL mayors to testify.

Last October 14 the court ordered Tengku Adnan or Ku Nan to enter his defence.



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