Tuesday, July 7, 2015

1MDB: Najib tidak pernah jumpa dan tidak kenal Jho Low

1MDB: Najib tidak pernah jumpa dan tidak kenal Jho Low
Oh No Jho Low! - SCOOP PHOTO TELLS ALL

Gambar di atas bukan gambar Najib dan Rosmah bersama Jho Low, itu gambar haramjadah dan betina puaka.

Ranged together and grinning broadly to camera as they enjoy a summer holiday in the South of France on the luxury yacht Tattoosh (rented for $500,000 a week) are all the main players behind the joint venture.

From left to right are Jho Low, the mastermind of the joint venture; Prince Turki, the owner of PetroSaudi; Prime Minister Najib Razak, the man in sole charge of 1MDB; his all powerful wife Rosmah Mansor; Nor Ashman, the couple’s son; Tarek Obaid, the Director of PetrSaudi and Rosmah’s favoured daughter, Nooryana Najwa.



The picture was sent as a memento of the happy gathering by Wan Shihab, a special officer to Najib, to Tarek Obaid and Jho Low and (according to the data on the photo) it was taken during August 2009 as the plot to set up the joint venture was hatched.

It is one of a portfolio of pictures circulated round Jho Low, Prince Turki and Tarek Obaid in January the following year, thanks to the good offices of the Prime Minister’s aide after requests had been made in various emails.

It was only three weeks after this yachting liaison that Tarek Obaid’s fellow Director at PetroSaudi, the British businessman Patrick Mahony was over in New York to meet up with Jho Low and put the whole plan into effect with lightening speed.

By September 29th 2009 a billion dollars of borrowed public money had been wired over from 1MDB (sole signatory Najib Razak) supposedly to fund an oil exploration venture by the joint subsidiary 1MDB PetroSaudi.

However, the terms of the joint venture agreement allowed for US$700 million of that investment to be siphoned off in the guise of a loan repayment to the PetroSaudi International (Cayman) parent company.

That enormous sum in fact went into the Zurich account of Good Star Limited, which was another Cayman registered company controlled by Jho Low.

Throughout this deal, as a trove of email and documentary evidence now passed on to international investigators prove, Jho Low acted as the point man between Prime Minister Najib Razak and PetroSaudi. - news source: Sarawak Report