Friday, December 23, 2011

PANAS!! SPRM serbu ibu pejabat NFC!



Sekurang-kurangnya lima atau enam Pegawai dari Suruhanjaya Pencegah Rasuam Malayasi (SPRM) diberitakan telah menyerbu Ibu Pejabat National Feedlot Corporation (NFC) di Solaris Mont Kiara disini pada pukul 2.55 petang tadi..


Aku tak tahulah samada ini satu lagi sandiwara atau sudah betul-betul.. kan Khir Toyo dah disahkan bersalah, jika tindakan juga diambil terhadap suami Shahrizat, imej Najib akan kelihatan sedikit bersih..

MACC raids NFC office



KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 23 — Anti-graft officers raided the National Feedlot Corporation’s (NFCorp) headquarters today in connection with the alleged abuse of federal funds by its management.

At least five Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) officers were seen entering the offices of NFCorp at Solaris Mont Kiara here at 2.55pm.

NFCorp runs the National Feedlot Centre (NFC) in Gemas, which has been at the centre of a storm of controversy ever since the Auditor-General highlighted the publicly-funded cattle raising project as “a mess” in his report this year.

It is headed by Datuk Seri Dr Mohamed Salleh Ismail, husband to Women, Family and Community Minister and Wanita Umno chief Datuk Seri Shahrizat Jalil. Their children are also directors in the company.

Today’s raid follows an announcement by MACC yesterday that it would investigate allegations the NFC had misappropriated government funds, despite previously saying it would not probe the matter.

The national anti-graft body had earlier referred the case to the police, who are now conducting an investigation into possible criminal breach of trust.

The MACC also confirmed yesterday it had remanded a businessman, said to be a Datuk, for questioning in relation to the case.

The 45-year-old suspect had earlier been detained by police for allegedly trying to bribe senior CCID officers believed to be involved in the NFC probe.

Following a series of exposés on the scandal-hit NFC project, PKR renewed demands earlier this week for the MACC to investigate the scheme for alleged financial abuse.

The opposition party first latched onto the issue after the RM250 million federally-funded cattle project made it into the pages of this year’s Auditor-General’s Report for failing badly to meet production targets.

PKR has since made several revelations relating to the scandal, including NFC’s purchase of two multi-million ringgit condominium units in Bangsar and the alleged use of project funds to finance Shahrizat and her family’s personal expenses and trips abroad.

It also claimed there was a transfer of resources to unrelated companies in Singapore, as well as the purchase a Mercedes-Benz CLS350 for RM534,622 and two plots of land in Putrajaya’s Precinct 10 for RM3,363,507.

The latest disclosure by PKR, made on Tuesday, further alleged that some RM10 million had been diverted towards the purchase of a luxury condominium unit in Singapore for Shahrizat’s family.

Shahrizat has sought to deflect away attention by stating she was “only the wife” of the national cattle farming project’s chairman and had nothing to do with the NFC.

The senator has faced calls to quit as minister from within Umno, including from influential former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.


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