Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor showed up at the Kuala Lumpur High Court today to attend the first day of her corruption trial in relation to Sarawak schools’ solar hybrid power system.
Wearing a green baju kurung with a matching scarf and platform sandals, the former prime minister’s wife arrived at the Court Complex in a black Proton Perdana at 9.53 am, looking a little weak with a hospital’s inpatient identification band spotted on her right wrist.
She was accompanied by her aides and lawyers, as well as an ambulance and medical personnel.
Rosmah’s much-awaited corruption trial was scheduled to commence on Feb 3 but was postponed to today as she was unwell and warded at a private hospital. She was also given medical leave until Feb 8.
Based on a medical report from a private hospital which was read out in court, Rosmah was suffering from severe recurrent neck pain with left upper limb radiculopathy, and she also complained of dizziness when lying down in a wrong position.
Earlier report: Feb 4, Rosmah Hospitalised