Friday, July 10, 2015

Will Najib Still Sit Pretty As The Pm?

Bolehlanders are wondering what goes through the Pm's mind now in the wake of the shocking WSJ and Sarawak Report revelations.

If Ah Jib thinks that all is honky dory because he had maintained that he had never used any public funds for his personal gain, he is grossly mistaken or utterly confident in himself that nothing averse to himself, or damaging to the reputation of the government he leads, will come out of
the allegations.


Or just plain out of touch with reality.

Bolehlanders want to know if the named accounts were his in the first place and if it was true that indeed close to some 3 billion Ringgit had been deposited into them as claimed. If so, where did the money come from? What were the sums meant for?

If the billions said to have been deposited into his personal bank accounts were to be used for CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) purposes and the money came from 1MDB, how can you convince anyone to believe that, when it is said that the sovereign fund itself is finding it difficult to meet the interests on the 42 billion Ringgit loan that it is said to burdened with.

3 billion Ringgit is a huge sum of money for CSR purposes anyway one looks at it. And if indeed the money were meant for CSR purposes why and how did it land in his personal accounts? (The Pm has until now not categorically denied the named accounts were his nor that no such sums had ever been deposited into them)

Shouldn't money meant for CSR purposes be in the account (s) of the sovereign fund itself and not in personal account (s) of anyone?

Or had the huge sums of money been used as election slush funds for the 13th General Election? If so, wasn't that against election laws to use public funds to fund your own or your party's election?

Until Ah Jib can come clean on where the billions said to have been deposited into his personal banks accounts have gone to (or deny that the named accounts were his or that no such sums as alleged had been ever been deposited into them) it is impossible to expect the people to believe that he is anything but clean.

The WSJ and Sarawak Report expose is a serious blow to the Pm's name and the government he leads and damaging to the image of the country.

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