Remand order on MYAirline co-founder extended another two days

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Fifteen bank accounts worth RM5 million frozen.

The remand order against MYAirline co-founder Datuk Allan Goh Hwan Hua has been extended for another two days, while his wife and son have been released.

Bukit Aman commercial crime investigation department (CCID) director Datuk Ramli Yoosuf said the remand order against Goh has been extended until tomorrow.

All three were earlier detained to assist in an investigation under the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing, and Proceeds of Unlawful Activities Act 2001.

“The remand for Datuk Allan Goh has been extended for two more days until tomorrow. His wife and son have been released,” Ramli said.

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“Investigations are ongoing and the CCID has identified several more individuals who can provide evidence to help in the investigation of the case. It is better if they step forward to provide cooperation to avoid any complications.

“Besides that, the Royal Malaysia Police is also in the process of freezing more than 15 accounts related to individuals related to this case,” he said in a brief statement to the media. – NST

Earlier reports:

Oct 19, MYAirline co-founder’s other firms mired in controversies

Oct 18, MYAirline co-founder Goh Hwan Hua, wife and son arrested