Jho Low exposes Najib, says most of the USD$1 billion plus in Najib’s bank account was from 1MDB, not Saudi King

Al Jazeera released conversations took place in the weeks and months immediately after the Mahathir-led coalition’s landslide victory against Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in May 2018. Source (pic): TTF Files

جهو لوو ددهكن نجيب، دعوا سجومله بسر دانا اس$1 بيلياون دالم اكاءون نجيب دري 1مدب، بوكن عرب سعودي

In a special investigation, documentary production by Al Jazeera, Jho Low: Hunt For A Fugitive, Low can be heard for the first time via recordings obtained exclusively by the news channel, including phone conversations Low had with the former Malaysian government.

Low put the blame for the 1MDB heist firmly on Najib, who was also finance minister at the time billions were stolen from the sovereign wealth fund, claiming, “I have no authority to make any decision … It’s a pretty known fact that … all the approvals have to be approved by the minister of finance.”

He goes on to add support to the findings of the US Department of Justice that most of the more than $1bn that arrived in Najib’s personal bank account was from 1MDB and not a gift from Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah, as the former prime minister continues to claim.

“The reality is, it is true that King Abdullah actually agreed to give [a] donation to the PM but that was the small portion of a larger portion,” he said.


PETALING JAYA: Malaysian fugitive financier Low Taek Jho aka Jho Low is desperately trying to strike a deal with the Malaysian government to avoid going to jail.

In a special investigation, documentary production by Al Jazeera, Jho Low: Hunt For A Fugitive, Low can be heard for the first time via recordings obtained exclusively by the news channel, including phone conversations Low had with the former Malaysian government.




The conversations took place in the weeks and months immediately after the Mahathir-led coalition’s landslide victory against Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak in May 2018.

In them, the fugitive betrays fellow conspirators and offers others, also on the run, as potential witnesses in 1MDB-related cases.

Low put the blame for the 1MDB heist firmly on Najib, who was also finance minister at the time billions were stolen from the sovereign wealth fund, claiming, “I have no authority to make any decision … It’s a pretty known fact that … all the approvals have to be approved by the minister of finance.”

He goes on to add support to the findings of the US Department of Justice that most of the more than $1bn that arrived in Najib’s personal bank account was from 1MDB and not a gift from Saudi Arabia’s late King Abdullah, as the former prime minister continues to claim.

“The reality is, it is true that King Abdullah actually agreed to give [a] donation to the PM but that was the small portion of a larger portion,” he said.

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