Since 16 May 2018, the Malaysian police have searched six properties linked to To assist them in securing the project fast, they requested for the help of Rosmah who in return asked for a political donation to be made to her husband, former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak. At the time, the government had already made a first payment of RM63 million to Jepak to supply electricity through a solar hybrid project for 369 rural schools in Sarawak. These were then filled inside a bank and delivered to Rosmah's aide at the time, Datuk Rizal Mansor.

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Go back to the first meeting in January or February of 2016. Each bag costs anywhere between US$12,000 (S$16,105) and US$300,000. He could not recall the exact date of the meeting but said it was heated and tense, with Rayyan and ministry officials each expressing dissatisfaction with the other over the project. Rayyan: Well, the minister at the time (Datuk Seri Mahdzir Khalid) was not cooperative so if we did not do what we did we won’t get the contract. Shamsul Rizal Sharbini, the driver to Jepak Holdings Sdn Bhd managing director Saidi Abang Shamsudin, said they brought two empty bags on both occasions. He said the bags of cash was later taken away and put in Rizal's car who claimed that he wanted to send it to Rosmah's house. These were then filled inside a bank and delivered to Rosmah's aide at the time, Datuk Rizal Mansor. FC Köln (Hindrunde), Mexican president picks first woman to head security ministry, Playdate, the tiny handheld with a crank, is delayed to early 2021, The mastermind behind Home Depot's viral 12-foot skeleton explains how it went from an idea at a haunted house to an internet sensation, This Superfood Might Someday Save Your Life, Study Finds, This Italian Cookware’s Nonstick Skillet Is a Kitchen Game Changer—Here’s Why, The CDC will let cruises sail again starting November 1, but normal trips are likely a long way away, Tested: 2021 Lexus IS350 F Sport Deserves a Better Engine, U.S. only at 'the beginning of the steep part' of the coronavirus pandemic, Dr. Scott Gottlieb says, ‘Ensure no spike in cases for S’pore to reopen its border’, Liverpool Looking to Match Paisley Era Anfield Record Against West Ham, Asia Today: Australia to spend on vaccines for wider region, Ubisoft detailed which of its PS4 games won’t work on PS5, but now it’s not sure, Herb or vegetable? This time, Rayyan told Shamsul to take the bags into the house. The bags were carried by Saidi’s driver Shamsul Rizal Sharbini into the house before he left while the rest waited for Rosmah. “We followed his car to the same house in Langgak Duta and saw Rizal already waiting for us at the door,” said Shamsul. KUALA LUMPUR (July 15): Jepak Holdings Sdn Bhd consultant Rayyan Radzwill Abdullah confirmed in court today that he witnessed two black bags of cash purportedly containing RM1.5 million being delivered to Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor’s Langgak Duta residence in 2017.

He confirmed that Rizal had also gone up and that he had stayed back at the lobby at the latter’s request, while also saying that he could not recognise the two men who had carried the bags. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. Per consentire a Verizon Media e ai suoi partner di trattare i tuoi dati, seleziona 'Accetto' oppure seleziona 'Gestisci impostazioni' per ulteriori informazioni e per gestire le tue preferenze in merito, tra cui negare ai partner di Verizon Media l'autorizzazione a trattare i tuoi dati personali per i loro legittimi interessi. Datuk Rizal told me ‘want to give things to mem’,” he said. I left to move and park the car outside and 20 minutes later Saidi called me to pick him up from the front of the house. “I did not see who put them there but I'm sure it was the same two bags that were in our vehicle. Rayyan is the 16th prosecution witness in the trial which entered its 17th day today. “Saidi then asked me to place several bundles of RM100 notes into the bags and put them in the car.

To which Rizal replied, 'Madam is upstairs'. So how can you be so sure this money was for the solar hybrid project or for something else?” Azrul asked Rayyan. KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 — Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor’s then aide Datuk Rizal Mansor had said there was cash in two bags that were picked up from Pavilion and were then brought to the prime minister’s official residence in Putrajaya, Seri Perdana in December 2016, a witness told the High Court today. Businessman Datuk Ahmed Farriq Zainul Abidin, who was testifying as the ninth prosecution witness against Rosmah in her bribery trial, confirmed that Rizal had indicated that their trip to Seri Perdana was to drop off items for “Mem” — which he understood to be a reference to Rosmah. KUALA LUMPUR, March 9 — Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor’s then aide Datuk Rizal Mansor had said there was cash in two bags that were picked up from Pavilion and were then brought to the prime minister’s official residence in Putrajaya, Seri Perdana in December 2016, a … The trial before High Court judge Mohamed Zaini Mazlan resumes tomorrow with Saidi expected to take the stand.

“At the time, I heard Saidi ask Rizal 'where is Madam?' At the time, you said in your testimony that Saidi offered her 10 per cent of the total sum of the project and she replied, “Looking at the political situation now there’s a need for a lot of cash. “Half an hour later, Saidi called me to come back to the place where I dropped them off. سقسي بريتاهو محكمه دي باوا دوا بيڬ ڤنوه دويت ماسوق ك رومه روسمه The personal driver for a company managing director implicated in Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor's graft trial told the High Court that he carried two backpacks filled with cash into her house. Rosmah has been grilled on social media for her pricey collection of Hermes bags. “After around 30 minutes, Datuk Rizal came out alone without carrying anything.