Selepas hari spekulasi, anak pengasas AmBank Hussain Ahmad Najadi secara terbuka mengesahkan beliau percaya bapanya telah dibunuh kerana kebimbangan tentang rasuah di bank yang telah berjaya sekali.
Najadi telah kejam ditembak mati di tempat letak kereta KL pada 29 Julai 2013, didakwa hari selepas dia membuat laporan polis mengenai perkara itu.
My Father Died For Reporting Corruption At AmBank EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW
7 JUL 2015
“I am willing to go on the record. Nothing else makes sense” Najadi said tonight. “This was an execution, not a killing. The story about the temple doesn’t add up. He was nothing to do with the Temple. Why would you kill someone over some row about that?” added Najadi, referring to a supposed planning dispute that was floated at the time as being the reason for his father’s death.
My Dad talked about this the last time I met him
“I left for Moscow, around the 25th of July 2013 to attend to my business. The day before we had a family lunch at the Restaurant Ciao, at the Selangor Golf Club, right in the middle of KL. My Dad then spoke about massive corruption. He also said that they [people in power] had lost the plot in the sense that they recklessly and behind their own population’s backs raked in billions of ringgit from construction, oil & gas to defence & transportation. He made a point that its insane that they do not for one second think about the future generations, simply not.“My dad was an upright man, never corrupt. He, my Mum and I are the same. If we spot criminal activity we likely will report this immediately to the right and appropriate top down channels.”
” That was not his style, because he knew it is a shot in the dark in Malaysia to log a Police report… I believe that he would have gone to senior regulators direct to report findings that he found out involving massive amounts being looted”.
“He told me with pride that he sent some government linked guys to fly their kite. They offered my Dad to flip (as a go between) a very large piece of KLCC land.My Dad at this lunch said that he told them off and said that he would never do such a corrupt flip flop etc.He was very outspoken you know. That perhaps was his biggest enemy, to talk truth…always
Why no investigation?
“The Malaysians never pursued him and it’s been dropped. I have no explanation for his execution except corruption at the bank and the mastermind was let go and escaped via Sydney. Malaysia have not followed up via Interpol. He was Malaysian, he boarded a flight to Sydney even though he was an immediate suspect. The Australians followed this mastermind to Shanghai, but Malaysia never pursued him”
The international markets will in the end punish UMNO
“The ringgit is plunging and the investment community have started to realise that this government is not serious”
“The Global markets are starting to judge Malaysia – as a failed state”, he claimed.“Najib and UMNO must be clear of the consequences every day that is slipping past without any prosecution in Malaysia. The Global Markets are the ones that will day in day out now punish Malaysia for simply being not serious as a government. Period.“The ringgit has started to dive and Fitch, no surprise, again got it wrong, since they are a lagging indicator. Where is security and where is justice? They are not independent. Markets all have one thing in common, they do not forgive and if fooled strike with a vengeance. Bank Negara does not have reserves to throw at the plunging ringgit” the banker’s son concluded.