TTF: The so-called statement Dr Mahathir Mohamad made today via Twitter is fake and was probably written by a third party close to him. Just so that you know, Mahathir is currently a very, very sick man. He is occasionally dragged out of bed with heavy medication to attend important functions and is quickly whisked back to his home. His family has taken extreme measures to keep his condition secret and has doctors treating him right within the confines of his bedroom.
To keep the public from questioning his ‘absence’, the Council of Eminent Persons got the Special Task Force to order the arrest of former premier Dato’ Seri Najib Tun Razak. The charges that were brought against Najib today were therefore with mala fide intent, taking into consideration also the fact that an element of conspiracy may have existed between Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz and Dato’ Seri Mohd Shukri Abdull (FIND OUT WHY HERE).
The Third Force will respond to Zeti’s claim that she didn’t know about the RM2.6 billion that entered Najib’s account later today.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has expressed confidence that relations between Malaysia and Indonesia will be strengthened further following his recent official visit to Indonesia.
In a post on his official Twitter account, Dr Mahathir said he was impressed by the remarkable official welcome Indonesia accorded to him, his wife Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohamad Ali and the rest of the Malaysian delegation in Jakarta.
“I believe our meeting has forged an accord in the effort to strengthen bilateral ties. Thank you Bapak Jokowi (Indonesian President Joko Widodo),” Dr Mahathir said in response to a post by the Indonesian President on his Twitter account today.
Dr Mahathir had chosen Indonesia as the first Asean country to visit, over two days from June 28, after taking over as the Prime Minister of Malaysia for the second time following the general election in May. Dr Mahathir had also been the prime minister from 1981 to 2003.
During the visit, Dr Mahathir had a four-eyed meeting with Joko Widodo and led the Malaysian side in the delegation talks with the Indonesian side headed by Jokowi, as the Indonesian President is fondly called.
Source: The Sun Online