Back in the city after visiting constituency.
Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak has returned to his Taman Duta residence after attending events in Pekan, Pahang on Sunday (May 20).
Accompanied by police outriders, his Toyota Vellfire left Pekan at about 8.30am this morning and arrived at his house at 1.17pm.
Meanwhile, The Sun daily citing a news portal reported that police have raided the house of an individual said to be connected to Najib.
According to the report, the individual was the head of a powerful intelligence agency within the former Prime Minister’s Office.
Apparently, she has gone on leave pending a probe that Najib handed her important documents two days before GE14, the report said.
Police officers from the Commercial Crime Division were said to have raided the house in Seri Kembangan on Friday and Saturday but could not recover the documents.
They believe that the documents have been stashed away in one of the safe houses operated by the Research Department, as it is publicly known.
Police were also said to have sealed off the two premises in Putrajaya and Jalan Bellamy from where the intelligence unit, also known as Malaysian External Intelligence Organisation (MEIO), operated.
Reportedly, the unit was well-funded and had about 300 personnel.
Operating allegedly as a spy agency, it was said to have kept track of government critics in Malaysia and other countries, with the head reporting only to Najib and its activities tailored at keeping the Najib administration in power.
The existence of MEIO, the country’s main foreign intelligence agency, was revealed by a United States embassy cable dating back to 2006 that was leaked by Wikileaks.