Najib, Rosmah, Lebanese jeweller to examine 11,991 seized jewelry up coming thirty day period

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, his spouse Datin Seri Rosmah

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, his spouse Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor and the owner of Lebanese jewelry agency Worldwide Royalty Trading SAL, Samer Halimeh, are scheduled to examine 11,991 jewelry pieces that are stored in much more than 90 containers at Lender Negara Malaysia next month.

The jewellery goods were being amid valuables seized by law enforcement from premises belonging to Obyu Holdings Sdn Bhd at Pavilion Residences in Might 2018.

Deputy General public Prosecutor Faten Hadni Khairuddin when contacted explained the events have agreed to carry out the inspection from Oct 25 to Nov 5.

“The inspection will be carried out in accordance to Bank Negara’s regular operating course of action (SOP), as very well as the Nationwide Security Council’s (NSC) SOP, owing to the distribute of Covid-19,” she told Bernama just after the circumstance administration in advance of High Courtroom Judge Datuk Muhammad Jamil Hussin on Thursday (Sept 9).

The inspection experienced been postponed various situations due to Covid-19 pandemic.

Najib, Rosmah and International Royalty are the 3rd functions who are staking assert to the jewelry in the forfeiture software versus Obyu Holdings, which is owned by Tan Sri Bustari Yusof.

On July 25 past 12 months, Najib and Rosmah experienced inspected a whole of 306 purses, 401 watches, 16 watch extras and 234 spectacles which were being also seized from the exact premises.

In 2019, the prosecution filed a forfeiture software in opposition to Obyu Holdings to seize different items, which included 11,991 models of jewellery, 401 look at straps and 16 check out add-ons, 234 pairs of spectacles and 306 purses as perfectly as dollars in different denominations amounting to RM114,164,393.44.

The money and jewellery had been confiscated by the authorities for allegedly connected to the 1Malaysia Enhancement Berhad (1MDB) fund scandal.- Bernama