Ahh, but Najib and Rosmah claimed that their son-in-law, Daniyar Nazarbayev, is extremely rich. After all, Daniyar is the stepson of Bolat Nazarbayez, who is the younger brother of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev.
In reality, Daniyar himself was a scammer who had cheated his stepfather’s US$20 million condominium in New York. Najib and Rosmah’s son-in-law had also allegedly falsified documents to enable him to study at Columbia University in America.
Heck, even Daniyar’s mother, Maira Kesikbayev, was a con artist whom Bolat discovered (to his horror) was already married when she met him. Nope, Najib and Rosmah’s son-in-law isn’t rich.
It is believed that Nooryana Najwa and Daniyar Nazarbayev’s wedding in 2015 which was so lavish that RM3 million was spent on flowers alone, had probably used Malaysian taxpayers’ money. Mahathir said he was shocked at the lavishness when he attended their 2011 engagement ceremony – 16 barrels of watches, shoes, clothes etc.
Besides, if Daniyar Nazarbayev was indeed super duper rich, his mother would not have had acted like a cheapskate thief, ordering a dozen of Hermes handbags worth US$401,912.50 (£264,564; RM1.72 million) from the Financial District business Samilor in 2014 and 2015 – but refused to pay.
Genuine rich people will always pay as they have reputation to protect. Even Rosmah paid for her stuffs.
But the MACC was so cruel that they even froze a 10-month-old baby’s bank account which according to Nooryana had only RM100 in it. Well, if indeed her son’s bank account had only RM100, why even bother splitting hair about it? A junior saving account, however, isn’t immune from being used to siphon or launder dirty money.
There must be a good reason why Najib and Rosmah’s daughter Nooryana Najwa and son Norashman personal bank accounts have been frozen by the anti-corruption commission. Nooryana can always sue the new government if her accounts were truly squeaky clean without any hanky-panky transactions but were being discriminately targeted by MACC.
Another son of Najib – Mohd Nazifuddin – was spotted spending quality time in Taipei with a Taiwanese actress on Thursday (July 5), just a day after his father was arrested and charged for corruption. As reported by Apple Daily Taiwan, Mr. Nazifuddin was seen wining and dining with the woman at a steak restaurant in Taipei’s top luxury shopping district near Taipei 101.
Nazifuddin and Celia Chang (張東晴), a 34-year-old Taiwanese actress, spent more than three hours at Morton’s The Steakhouse inside the Breeze Xinyi shopping mall, laughing and clinking glasses as if nothing had happened.
Apple Daily claimed that at least two bottles of red wine were consumed. Najib’s son, instead of worrying about his father, appeared to be relaxed and in good spirits.
The newspaper wrote that they took a taxi to a massage parlor, had a candlelight dinner, spent two hours at a pub and took another cab to the Grand Hyatt Taipei at 1 a.m.
The pair reportedly only spent time at the hotel bar, after which Mr Nazifuddin proceeded to his room upstairs and Ms Chang, believed to be Chinese-Vietnamese descent, left.
Not only Nazifuddin, a Muslim, had little problem gulping glasses of wine and hugging a Chinese chick, he appeared to not have any financial issue flying to Taiwan just for a short trip of expensive dining and wining.
And he had the cheek to insult the peoples’ intelligence, defending his father against accusations of corruption and money laundering. Interestingly, Nazifuddin, second son of ex-premier Najib Razak, was allegedly involved in UFUN Ponzi Scheme.
The Get-Rich-Scheme had allegedly swindled 120,000 people involving at least 38 billion baht (US$1.13 billion, £720 million, RM4 billion) in Thailand about 3 years ago. Yes, like his daddy’s 1MDB Ponzi Scheme, Nazifuddin had his own UFUN Ponzi Scheme too.
You have Nooryana Najwa bitching about her accounts being frozen. And you have Nazifuddin having pleasure with a Chinese chick just a day after his father was arrested.
Clearly the Razak family has been living lavishly. Their problem isn’t about money. Their problem is about their inability to spend freely like a king. They still have shiploads of money well hidden elsewhere.
Source : Finance Twitter