SRC case: Jho Low didn’t want Najib’s card statements sent to house

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KUALA LUMPUR — July 25, 2019: Fugitive businessman Low Taek Jho, aka Jho Low, insisted that the credit card statements for former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak not be sent to the latter’s house.

This was confirmed in court today by AmBank’s former relationship manager Joanna Yu when referred to an excerpt of a 2011 email exchange between she and Jho Low, which was brought up during cross-examination by Najib’s counsel Harvinderjit Singh.

In the email Jho Low wrote “No no no… do not send the statements to Najib’s house… super sensitive. We would collect it,” to which Yu replied “Yes”.

The order to do so was also agreed by the mandate holder of Najib’s bank accounts Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil, then the CEO of SRC International Sdn. Bhd.

According to Yu, Jho Low also her to clear her BBM chat logs.

“Yes, Jho Low told me to clear BBM chat logs but I never did because I didn’t know how to do it.”

Yu also confirmed knowing that the accounts were to be opened to receive funds or donations for Najib’s Islamic activities only after she had seen a letter on this.

Najib, 66, is facing several charges involving RM42 million from  SRC International. — Bernama



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