Day Four at Najib’s Residence

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Datuk Seri Najib Razak today hit out at police personnel who demanded that meals be prepared for them when they raided his children’s homes.

In a statement issued by his lawyer today, Najib also criticised the “cavalier and irresponsible” manner in which the raid was conducted.

“This is reflected by the manner in which police personnel helped themselves to food and chocolates in the refrigerator,” he said, adding the widespread publicity surrounding the seizure of other belongings has embarrassed and humiliated his family.

Staking out on the fourth day at Najib’s Taman Duta residence, the media saw more visitors turning up today.

A group of 12 people believed to be from the Pahang Umno division arrived at around 11.55pm.

Among the Umno leaders who visited were Tan Sri Mohd Ali Rustam and Datuk Mas Ermieyati Samsudin who arrived at the house in the afternoon.

Speaking to reporters, they say they were inspired by the former prime minister.

“He told us to continue our hard work as usual and to remain calm during this time so the party can recover,” Mohd Ali said.

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“Both him and Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor looked calm and healthy.”

“We came here thinking that we would give him support, but instead he gave more spirit to us,” added the former Umno vice-president and Melaka chief minister.

Puteri Umno chief Mas Ermieyati echoed her party colleague’s sentiments.

“I’m happy to see him healthy and positive. It is so difficult to show the spirit that he is showing,” she said.

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“We have to continue working through easy times and difficult times. I hope Puteri Umno continue fighting together to help the party recover.”

She also said she had spoken to Rosmah who she said was doing well.

After Mohd Ali and Mas Ermieyati left, former Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Reezal Merican Naina Merican and Penang Umno chief Datuk Seri Zainal Abidin Osman were also spotted heading towards Najib’s residence.

Meanwhile, it was reported that the safe in Najib’s house was finally opened last night.

According to Najib’s spokesman, the steel safe contains a small amount of old notes in foreign currency and several documents, including the marriage certificate of Najib and Rosmah.

It was also reported that in a five-hour search by a team of over 30 federal investigators at Seri Perdana, the prime minister’s official residence, some personal items were seized.

In the search of the residence in Precinct 10, Putrajaya, which ended after midnight last Wednesday, two cheque books were confiscated.

According to the Malay Mail, an Affin Bank cheque book was found on top of a dressing table in a room that had been used by Rosmah while a Maybank cheque book was found in another room used by Najib and Rosmah’s son Norashman Najib.

Other personal belongings seized from the mansion included two laptops and one Apple iPad found on tables and inside the drawers of cabinets.

Two books recording the entry and exit of visitors, including VIPs, were also taken from the security guardhouse by the investigators.

Reportedly, another high-level team from the Bukit Aman Commercial Crime Investigation Department returned last Thursday and confiscated a closed circuit television network recorder, its power cord and the video recordings from Seri Perdana.