Najib’s daughter expected to deliver speech from her father at today’s Umno meet

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Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Abdul Razak’s daughter is expected to deliver a speech at an Umno meet today, Sinar Daily reports.

An Umno insider said Nooryana Najwa will deliver a speech from her father.

Meanwhile, with her father in prison, Nooryana has taken to social media and alleged that Najib was jailed on “hearsay”.

She also decried how several key persons linked to the SRC International Sdn Bhd case were never called to testify during the trial.

First up, Nooryana pointed out that the alleged mastermind, fugitive businessperson Low Taek Jho (Jho Low) did not testify during the trial at the Kuala Lumpur High Court as he could not be located by the authorities.

She also claimed that an unknown person who forged 20 bank transfer cheques was never found as well.

“The person who recommended to my father to open an account under his own name and was entrusted to monitor it was also not called to testify.

“But the person’s family took close to RM700 million from Low,” Nooryana alleged on Instagram.

With that, she also claimed that a lawyer who prepared the agreements and was purportedly paid money by Low was not charged and did not testify as well.

SRC’s International board members, who purportedly approved payment to the company’s subsidiary Ihsan Perdana, were also not charged or called to testify.

“The bankers who broke the banking code by dealing with non-authorised personnel as well as not sending account statements to Najib, were also not called to testify,” Nooryana added.

She also mentioned several high-profile names who were not called to testify such as former SRC CEO Nik Faisal Ariff Kamil and former minister in the prime minister’s department Nor Mohamed Yakcop.

“So much evidence in this trial is based on hearsay and cannot be verified. The chain of evidence is broken.

“But somehow, the trial proceeded and was tried by a newbie judge with zero criminal court experience. #fightwithfacts,” Nooryana claimed.

It is to note that her allegations were similar to a posting uploaded on 25 August on a Facebook account of one named Lim Sian See.