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NGO Asks Agong To Pardon Najib, But Najib Says No Thanks

NGO Asks Agong To Pardon Najib, But Najib Says No Thanks

They said that he has the experience of running a country.

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It seems there’s a group which has issued a petition to the Yang di-Pertuan Agong to pardon convicted Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak from his previous and current court cases.

MalaysiaKini reported that the association – Pertubuhan Sahabat Ulul Amri Malaysia (PSUAM) has given their support so that Najib could be the caretaker Prime Minister.

Its chairman Syed Muhammad Imran S N Syed Abdul Aziz mentioned that the Former Prime Minister is one of the “Big Four” of Pahang and added that it’s an opportunity to save the country.

They also feel that the Pekan MP consistently advised the government on how to manage the economy and the welfare of the people.

Najib is flattered but says no thank you

The Former Prime Minister has reacted on Facebook to the petition made by the Non-Government Organisation (NGO), saying that he’s never been in touch with the group and was not informed about the petition.

Talking about his court cases, Najib said he wants to go through a fair and transparent legal process because it’s the only way that he can clear his name completely.

I don’t want my case dropped just like that and I don’t want any political interference. I am very sure I am innocent. So why should I be forgiven if I am not wrong?

Former Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak via Facebook

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