Report: Documents Najib shared not signed by Saudi prince

18-Sep-2018 Intellasia | New Straits Times | 6:00 AM Print This Post

Several documents revealed by former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak to confirm that the money he received was indeed a donation from the Saudi royal family were allegedly not signed by Saudi Arabia’s Prince Abdulaziz Al-Saud himself.

The Edge Weekly, in its report, said that Mohammad Abdullah Al Koman, who claimed to be the representative of the Saudi prince, had told the investigators that he was the person who prepared the letters and signed all of them on behalf of the prince.

“In other words, Mohammad Abdullah told Malaysian investigators that they had to take his word for it and it came from Saudi royalty,” read the report.

It was also reported that according to sources, after the meeting with Mohammad Abdullah, investigators concluded that “it was not safe to confirm that the money (transferred) from Blackstone Asia Real Estate Partners and Tanore Finance were contributions from Saudi Arabia because it was still unclear and there was a lack of supporting documents.

“They said all that they had were just verbal assurances given by Mohammad Abdullah and that there was no other confirmation of the authenticity of the letters and the prince himself.”


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