What started it all. Najib, his family and the people behind the 1MDB masterplan….
The financial scandal involving Malaysian PM Najib has reached fever pitch.
An opposition leader has asked for the 2013 murder of AMbank founder to be re-opened to see if there was a sinister connection.
AMbank was where Najib had an account in which US700 million was reportedly siphoned.
The chronology of events went something like this:
- March 21st 2013, Najib AmBank account received a deposit of USD620millions.
- March 22nd 2013 – AmBank founder Hussain Ahmad reported to Bank Negara Malaysia that a significant amount of money was deposited into Najib personal account.
- March 25th 2013 – Najib AmBank account received a deposit of USD60millions.
- March 26th 2013 – AmBank founder Hussain Ahmad reported to Bank Negara Malaysia that a significant amount of money was deposited into Najib personal account.
- May 5th 2013 – Malaysia General Election.
- Every Month AmBank reported to BNM that significant amount of money was withdrawn from the Najib account.
- 28th July 2013 – AmBank founder went to file a police report on the matter above due to BNM non action.
- 29th July 2013 – AmBank founder Hussain Ahmad was shot dead in a car park.
- 30th Aug 2013 – All Najib accounts in AmBank was closed and money transfer overseas.
- Sept 2013 – At AmBank all IT department heads was sacked and replaced.
Meanwhile, three of Najib’s bank accounts were reportedly frozen, and Wall Street Journal has published more incriminating documents linking the missing monies to Najib’s bank account.
In the capital Kuala Lumpur, NGOs and University students have threatened to organise a mass rally if Najib failed to account for the missing money, whilst there were rumours that the Army might stage a coup to prevent any social unrest.