After nearly eight hours, former finance minister Lim Guan Eng finally has left the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission’s (MACC) headquarters.
Both Lim and his lawyer, RSN Rayer, exited the compound at 7:49pm but did not speak to members of the press who had been waiting since Lim’s scheduled meeting with the anti-graft body earlier today.
However, he is scheduled to return to the MACC headquarters tomorrow for further questioning.
It was reported that the MACC is questioning Lim with regards to the controversial plan by the Penang state government to build an undersea tunnel.
On Wednesday, Lim was grilled for more than six hours.