KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 3 – Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) today had found out that the RM2.6 Billion fund that allegedly deposited in the personal accounts belonging to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is came from donations not from state investment arm 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB).
“I would like to urged the public to avoid making any speculations in this issues until the investigation is completed. MACC’s investigation was just only focus on the issue which had relating to SRC International and the channelling the amount of RM2.6 billion into Najib’s account,” said anti-graft agency in a statement.
“The police were still conducting investigations on 1MDB and Bank Negara Malaysia investigate on matters involving financial standards and procedures. However, the investigation of the SRC International which had involving in the fund of RM4 billion are still ongoing,” said anti-graft agency in a statement.
“Meanwhile, the commission was also still in touched on police investigations over its officers. Besides promising full cooperation, MACC are still in reiterated that none of its officers are involved in any ploy that may topple the government. The actions taken by MACC were done purely which to carry out its role and responsibility as an independent Commission which is to investigate corruption matters and not to take down any party that also including the government,” added in the statement.