Prosecution to prove Zahid knowingly received RM117.25 million


Timothy Achariam

The prosecution intends to prove that former deputy minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi knowingly received RM117.25 million as he faces 12 charges for criminal breach of trust, eight for bribery and 27 for money laundering. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Kamal Ariffin, November 18, 2019.

THE prosecution in former deputy prime minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi’s trial intends to prove he had knowingly received RM117.25 million illegally, with some of it meant for the poor and needy.

In the opening statement, lead prosecutor Raja Rozela Raja Toran said the accused knew of every dealing made.


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  • Give him the China treatment

    Posted 10 months ago by Watch Dog