Nooryana Najib: Is the govt so vindictive that it wants to eliminate our entire family?

Dato’ Seri Najib Razak’s daughter, Nooryana Najwa alleged that her personal account had been frozen.

According to her, the account was used to pay for her own school fees.

She questioned if the government was so vindictive that it wanted to eliminate our entire family.

“What does my baby’s duit Raya have to do with 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB),” she asked.

KUALA LUMPUR: Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s daughter, Nooryana Najwa Najib, alleged that her personal account had been frozen.

She was reported to have said this on Facebook under the account ‘Yana Najib’, however the original post is not visible to public view.

Checks by NSTP also found that Nooryana could have deactivated her Facebook account altogether.

In a screenshot of the post, Nooryana alleged that after posting bail for Najib yesterday with funds collected from friends and relatives, the bank told her they had instructions to freeze her personal account.

She went to state that this was the account she used to pay for her own school fees.

In another screenshot of her Facebook post, she alleged that this included her 10 month old son’s bank account which had RM100 in it, which was his first ‘duit raya’ collection this year.

“Is the government so vindictive that they want to eliminate our entire family?

“What does my baby’s duit Raya have to do with 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB)?

“Is this the new Malaysia people we were praying for? (sic),” she wrote.

Meanwhile, the personal bank account of Najib’s son Norashman was also frozen today, according to online portal Malaysiakini.

Najib was arrested on Tuesday evening at his residence in Jalan Duta by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) and was subsequently charged yesterday with criminal breach of trust and abuse of power.

Bail was set at RM1 million with two sureties and was to be paid in two instalments.

Najib’s family posted RM500,000 bail yesterday with the remainder to be paid on Monday.

Source: NST Online

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