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Rafizi’s Invoke Raided By MACC, Employees Questioned For 7 Hours

Rafizi’s Invoke Raided By MACC, Employees Questioned For 7 Hours

An NGO lodged a report with MACC to investigate the source of funding for Invoke Solutions Sdn Bhd.

Adeline Leong

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The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) raided Invoke Solutions Sdn Bhd, the data firm founded by Rafizi Ramli, last night.

Rafizi claimed that the raid took place after an NGO lodged a report against him over his assets declaration.

Berita Harian reported that the employees were questioned for seven hours until 9pm.

Every sen involving the company belongs to the investors and me, it’s not public funds.

Rafizi Ramli, founder of Invoke and Pakatan Harapan candidate for the Pandan parliamentary seat

Rafizi also questioned why MACC didn’t investigate allegations against the former defence minister Datuk Abdul Latiff Ahmad in the littoral combat ship (LCS) scandal and the environment and water minister Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man over an RM2 billion flood mitigation project.

READ MORE: Special Functions Minister Records Police Statement Against Rafizi’s Controversial LCS Claims

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Prior to this, New Straits Times reported that the MACC has opened an investigation paper into Rafizi’s asset declaration.

A non-governmental organisation, Pertubuhan Jalinan Perpaduan Malaysia, lodged the report on 9 November through its president Syed Mohammad Imran Syed Abdul Aziz.

Rafizi declared RM18.85 million in assets but the NGO wanted to know where the RM16million in funding for the company came from, citing that Invoke had declared losses amounting to millions of ringgit.

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