PROBE RAFIZI’S NGOS, MACC URGED
People want to know how donations are used, says Umno Supreme Council member
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THE Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) should look into the issue of funds in connection with two organisations led by PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli.
Umno Supreme Council member Datuk Seri Dr Irmohizam Ibrahim said MACC should investigate if there was truth to PKR Youth leader Datuk Adam Rosly Abdullah’s allegations about the funds.
“I believe that the people wish to know where and how public donations for the organisations are being spent.
“By right, the money should be used for noble causes and not to fund propaganda programmes and slander,” he said.
On Friday, Adam Rosly had reportedly urged Rafizi to reveal the source of funds for Invoke Malaysia and the National Oversight and Whistleblowers Centre programmes.
In response, Rafizi provided the information on the income and expenses of the two organisations.
Irmohizam said this showed that the bickering between Rafizi and Adam Rosly could not be hidden from the public anymore.
“All this while, Rafizi has been vocal with allegations against others as if he is infallible.
“People should reject PKR as the party is irrelevant and moves in the wrong direction with its false struggles,” he said. Two men from Kampung Kitapol showing the fish they caught during the Tagal harvesting festival in Kiulu, Sabah, recently.
Datuk Seri Dr Irmohizam Ibrahim