We “expose” Najib’s mystery RM2.6b donor yet again
Actually, those who believe those accusations that RM42 billion has been stolen from 1MDB of which RM2.6 billion was put into Najib’s account has had this “answer” for almost two months now – including who the exact donor is, who he is and where he is from.
Which is why I find it strange that this news was never highlighted by any of the Pakatan leaders nor even the independent media portals at all even though this news is now coming up to two months old and is the talk of the town for many months.
It is as if Tun Mahathir, Pakatan and the independent media portals do not want people to know. How strange is that?
Just like the Oct 2014 news of the PKR Sabah Deputy Chairperson and ADUN who was found guilty of collaborating with her own staff to cheat 819 poor land-owners and ordered by the High court to pay RM557 million in damages – making it the highest court awarded damages ever in history in Malaysia. Strangely, most Malaysians are still not aware of this record-shattering case – mainly because the “independent media” such as MalaysiaKini nor Malaysian Insider nor the Pakatan political leaders dared not mention this.
Anyway, enough ranting about selective reporting and propaganda that makes fools out of their supporters allowing them to be used and abused to even believe 40k Bangladeshi stories, let’s get back to the subject.
On 6th Oct 2015, the Sarawak Report blog carried a post that revealed the name of this mysterious donor.
Sarawak Report can exclusively reveal the alleged identity of ‘His Highness’ the ‘royal donor’, which was given to AmBank as the source of several payments, including the US$681 million received into Najib’s account just before the last election.
The name given was ‘His Highness Saud Abdulaziz Majid al-Saud’.
We have ascertained that this identity was first provided to explain an original payment of US$100 million, which was passed into Najib’s AmPrivate Banking account in Kuala Lumpur back in February 2011.
The bank had required details of the sender from the agent who was managing the transfer on behalf of the Prime Minister and a letter was purportedly then sent from the office of this individual to the bank.
Our sources tell us that this letter, which has been retained by the bank, was sparse on details but alleged to be from the ‘Private Office of Saud Abdulaziz Majid al-Saud’, without giving an address or telephone number.
The letter was signed by ‘Saud Abdulaziz al-Saud’.
Sarawak Report based their “exposure” on the 4 letters that BNM and MACC has seized from the banks – confidential banking documents which again somehow landed in Sarawak Report’s hands.
It is worth noting that MACC had issued a statement to also say this mysterious donor has already been interviewed too.
It appears during that time, Sarawak Report had believed that the government was going to reveal the name of the donor soon and had wanted to pre-empt the release by first discrediting that the donor do not have that sort of money to give to Najib and UMNO.
It is strange that independent media and certain politicians would have no hesitation in quoting whatever accusations from Sarawak Report but when it came to this particular post, all went quiet.
Of course I have no way of confirming whether that is indeed the name of the donor in the BNM and MACC bank documents – but by right, if you believe all of Sarawak Report‘s allegations then you should also believe this one.
And if the name is correct then it would be this person: HRH Abdulaziz bin Majid bin Abdulaziz Al Saud – the grandson of the founder of Saudi Arabia and the Governor of the Madinah Province of Saudi Arabia.