KUALA LUMPUR — Aug. 19, 2019: A Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission officer has testified that former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak confirmed when statements were being recorded from him that all the signatures on documents for his AmIslamic Bank accounts were all his.
According to MACC special operations senior assistant commissioner Rosli Husain, the documents were bank account opening forms, money transfer instruction letters and credit card-related forms.
When the MACC recorded statements from Najb in December 2015 and then twice in 2018, Rosli recalled that Najib never denied the signatures were his.
Following this Najib’s lead counsel Tan Sri Muhammad Shafee Abdullah remarked that Rosli’s testimony was merely hearsay and thus cannot be accepted unless supported by certified documents, to which prosecutor Datuk V. Sithambaram told Justice Mohd. Nazlan Mohd. Ghazali that the prosecution would submit on this later.
Kee was a business associate of Low Taek Jho @ Jho Low.
Najib is facing several charges involving RM42 million of SRC International money.
The trial resumes tomorrow. — Bernama