Tuesday, January 25, 2022


Revisiting our top revelations that set the nation talking in 2021

Top of the list was news of Najib Razak's RM100 million house although others were not far behind.

Nothing to hide over Langkawi land lease, says Mahathir

The former prime minister says there is a difference between a land lease and a gift.

Ismail’s govt giving ‘special treatment’ to convict Najib, says Dr M

He questions the application of the principle of equality before the law.

Najib says Kedah under Mukhriz offered Dr M 34 acres of Langkawi coastal land

He also claims that Mahathir's son had been given 2,471 acres of timber land, saying he will expose more such land deals.

Law on rewarding ex-leaders not meant to shower luxury, says Dr M

Dr Mahathir Mohamad says former prime ministers are also given pensions, gratuities and allowances which would allow them to build their own homes.

Putrajaya forms committee to look into ‘reward’ for Najib

The government says the proposal to grant land to the former prime minister is not final.

After public outrage, Najib revokes application for free RM100 million home

The former prime minister claims to have been in the dark over the value of the property.

PH leaders seek meeting with Ismail on MoU after RM100 million reveal

They say the matter is not in line with the memorandum of understanding signed earlier this year.

Revealed: Najib opted for most expensive ‘privilege’ after turning down ‘cheaper’ land

Despite being offered another premium spot in the capital, the former leader set his eyes on a bigger plot which would double the cost for the government.

Don’t fall for Najib’s rebranding exercise as the people’s champion

If the plight of the people really mattered, his request for a RM100 million property should not have been discussed by the Cabinet in the first place.

Zafrul, at least 3 ministers protested move to award Najib RM100 million house

They are all key leaders of the parties represented in Ismail Sabri Yaakob's Cabinet.

Syed Saddiq slams govt for approving Najib’s RM100 million house

He asks how the decision could have been passed by the Cabinet.

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