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Money, large sums of money cannot be moved without leaving a trail.
And so it is with the RM 2.6 billion (or USD 681 million) which the
Wall Street Journal reported was in Dato Seri Najib’s secret private
personal account in Ambank.
The first reaction of Najib was to deny but later he admitted to
having this money in his secret personal account. People suspect it was
from 1MDB. That would be stealing. Najib needed to make some
explanation. He claimed it was a gift. People simply laughed. Then it
was a donation by some Arab who wanted him to win the 2013 Elections.
The Arab it seems thought he was such a good Muslim leader that he must
continue to be Malaysia’s PM.
To verify this the newly appointed DPM stated that he has seen the Arab.
But who is this Arab he saw? No name. Anonymous. USD$681 million cash
is not something just anyone can have or people give away easily. The
donor must be extremely rich. Rich people can be rich through
inheritance or through business.
Where did he get so much money? Business?? Nothing is known about
this very successful businessman, not even in the O&G world. Who is
his banker? There must be a banker or banks. You cannot keep USD681
million under your pillow. In fact even banks do not have such big
amounts of cash in their strong-rooms.
The money would be in the form of entries in the books of the banks.
Paying out would be by cheques or electronic transfer. No one has been
given sight of entries in bank book, nor any cheque stubs or cheques
presented to the bank.
Did Ambank receive cash amounting to USD681 million or Ringgit 2.6
billion? Or is it a cheque or electronic transfer. Whatever, it must be
entered in the books of the bank. The bank must submit this account for
internal and external audit. As the sum is huge, a report needs to be
made to the Central Bank for approval. This is to ensure the money is
from legitimate source and is not being laundered.
Today we are worried about money-laundering. If you deposit or you
take out any sum more than RM50,000 you must get the approval of Bank
Negara. For RM2.6 billion deposited in a Malaysian bank lots of
questions have to be asked by Bank Negara about the origin, ownership
and transfer of money. Bank Negara subsequently lodged a report to the
Attorney General. We don’t know the contents of the report. But the A.G.
dismissed the report. Najib is not guilty of any wrong-doing said the
A.G. Just A.G.’s words. No documentary proof. Malaysians just don’t
believe the A.G. anymore.
Then there is the income tax to be paid by the owner of the money. If
no tax has to be paid, the Board of Inland Revenue must give a
statement that the money was not taxable. No confirmation from LHDN.
In the meantime the donor has increased from one Arab to two. Then it
is said to be from a Saudi prince. And finally it is claimed that the
late Saudi King donated the money.
Now a Saudi Minister denies there is any record that the 681 million
USD was a gift. He claims that it was an investment. He did not think
the sum was so big.