Bank Negara Malaysia Governor Tan Sri Zeti Aziz hospitalized

11798232_1625212737697072_133289997_nIt has been reported that the Governor of the Central Bank of Malaysia Tan Sri Zeti Aziz has been warded at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur.

According to medical employees of the hospital, Zeti Aziz was warded on Monday citing fatigue and high blood pressure.

This is contrary to the black ops campaign that reported that Zeti Aziz suffered a heart attack. Medical staff at the hospital confirm that there was no heart attack.

According to a Bank Negara spokesperson, Zeti was not present at the National bank since Monday morning.

The spokesperson went on to categorically deny that Zeti had suffered a heart attack however it was confirmed that Zeti was indeed hospitalized.

The Bank Negara denial makes it clear to observers that this is an issue of contention that they would like to keep under wraps.

The Kamar Suite at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur where Tan Sri Zeti was warded.
The Kamar Suite at Pantai Hospital Kuala Lumpur where Tan Sri Zeti was warded.

It is understood that Zeti is suffering from severe high blood pressure and and fatigue brought on by stress and long hours.

Given the political circumstances surrounding this, we can only speculate that Governor Zeti is folding under the immense pressure that is being sent her way by Special branch investigators.

Given the ongoing investigation that is being led under section 124 of the penal code which carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison. For those who missed our previous story Zeti is amongst 12 others who are being investigated for crimes against a parliamentary democracy.

Separately, Zeti has come under increased pressure amidst allegations of corruption whereby a company controlled by her family members received lucrative water contracts from Government linked bodies.

The company Azair Sdn Bhd provides water technology solutions in Malaysia and research indicates that the company’s only clients consist of several Government bodies and Government linked companies such as the ministry of Education and the Ministry of defence.

Centered around this controversy is Governor Zeti’s husband Datuk Tawfiq Ayman who is listed as a director of Azair Sdn Bhd.

Tan Sri Zeti Aziz's husband Datuk Tawfiq Ayman serves as a director for Azair Sdn Bhd. He is one amongst several family members who control the company.
Tan Sri Zeti Aziz’s husband Datuk Tawfiq Ayman serves as a director for Azair Sdn Bhd. He is one amongst several family members who control the company.

Datuk Tawfiq Ayman had previously come under investigation due to his involvement in the brokerage of CIMB Southern Bank whereby by nature of his relationship with the Governor he was able to broker a deal at 1.92 book value.

In Malaysia, all transactions involving the sale of bank shares requires approval from Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM). In the deal Datuk Tawfiq Ayman by virtue of his relationship with his wife Zeti was able to get insider information on the deal.

It was reported that Zeti was also able to hold and reject all competing offers for the shares effectively holding the deal hostage unless her husband who served as the broker was awarded more favorable terms.

As it stands this is a clear abuse of power. To use one’s office as means of forcing unfavorable terms onto banks is a blatant abuse of power. Bank Negara Governor Tan Sri Zeti Aziz should resign.

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Fire destroys evidence at Bukit Aman whilst distraction media campaign launched

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Game of thrones: a tale of stolen data, international money laundering syndicates and deceit.

BREAKING: Fire breaks out on the 9th and 10th floor of Bukit Aman.

Bukit Aman or literally Peace Hill, is the equivalent of the British Scotland Yard. Housed in a hilly area in the centre of Kuala Lumpur it is largely responsible for law enforcement in Malaysia.

Mohamad Fuzi Harun was brought in to lead investigations into the 13 conspirators.
Mohamad Fuzi Harun was brought in to lead investigations into the 13 conspirators.

The fire comes at a time when ongoing investigations are being conducted into the 13 conspirators on the most wanted list.

Yesterday we broke the story that IGP and Special branch will be leading their investigation into the 13 conspirators.

Given the nature in which the fire occurred and the fact that it happened on the 9th and 10th floors where the Criminal investigation Division (CID) is housed we can only speculate that foul play is at hand.

As the noose around the 13 conspirators tightens, last ditch attempts to protect themselves are being made. The fire was started to destroy incriminating evidence that it is understood to have been placed with the CID for safe keeping.

News of the fire broke minutes apart from when a coordinated media campaign was launched in the form of what can only be described as a ‘staged distraction’ video leak.

The leaked video is clearly staged. It even features multiple people holding cameras if you watch the video closely.
The leaked video is clearly staged. It even features multiple people holding cameras if you watch the video closely.

Politicians do not speak in front of cameras unless they want to send a message. No high ranking and highly experienced politician would be the feature of two leaked videos in a span of months if it were not to pursue a personal agenda.

In this case the false flag operation of the leaked videos is meant to take attention away from desperate attempts by the 13 conspirators to destroy evidence gathered against them.

Investigations into the 13 Conspirators under section 124 of the penal code are underway. Section 124 carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.
Investigations into the 13 Conspirators under section 124 of the penal code are underway. Section 124 carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.

Corruption Scandal: Bank Negara Governor Zeti

The Plot Thickens, Special branch is currently investigating Governer Zeti, Datuk Shamsiah, Datuk Shamsuddin and Abdul Rahman of Bank Negara Malaysia under section 124 of the penal code.

Currently under investigation under section 124 of the penal code that carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.
Currently under investigation under section 124 of the penal code that carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.

Section 124 of the penal code carries a penalty of up to 20 years imprisonment.

It is understood that in addition to the section 124 investigation, a parallel corruption investigation will also be held implicating Zeti in a deal that involves Dato’ Tawfiq Ayman and Alif Ayman.

The investigation is two fold but will probe those involved in the direct negotiation of water pump contracts whereby the ministry of Education awarded lucrative water contracts to the a company that has several directors who are related to the Tan Sri Dr Zeti.

Several directors of http://www.azair.com.my are related to Governor Zeti
Several directors of http://www.azair.com.my are related to Governor Zeti
A major client of the Zeti linked company http://www.azair.com.my is the education ministry
A major client of the Zeti linked company http://www.azair.com.my is the education ministry

The investigation under way will probe the mishandling of Government funds and abuse of the tender process.

A snapshot from the company website indicates that there is a clear financial commitment involved in the water treatment work. “Azair will outline the financial commitment required”, clearly this company is not a not for profit.
A snapshot from the company website indicates that there is a clear financial commitment involved in the water treatment work. “Azair will outline the financial commitment required”, clearly this company is not a not for profit.

Dato Tawfiq Ayman is the husband of Tan Sri Dr. Zeti Akhtar Aziz who is the acting Governor of Bank Negara.

Dato Tawfiq Ayman is also under a renewed spotlight for illicit commissions received in a CIMB-Southern Bank deal where by third parties profited from stock due to the illicit handling of confidential information. There is a renewed interest in the investigation of this following the introduction of new evidence.

By virtue of the close relationship between husband and wife, Ayman has access to confidential information that has been used for his benefit in his business dealings.

In order for a bank to be sold and bought over it has to be approved by Bank Negara and the Securities Commission. What this means is that confidential information would be made available to Zeti due to her position. In the case of CIMB – Southern bank, Zeti’s husband Dato Tawfiq Ayman was a broker for the deal and was paid a handsome commission. The finalized deal was valued at just over USD1.8 million dollars with many analysts valuing the deal at 1.92 of book value. Whilst this is not extraordinary in it’s own sense, what is troubling is the involvement of Zeti’s husband in the deal.

  1. How is possible for millions and even billions of dollars as alleged by various news portals to be moved around without the knowledge of the Governor of Bank Negara?
  2. Zeti should clarify why a company controlled by her family members received lucrative water contracts from the ministry of education
  3. What was the nature of Zeti’s involvement with the CIMB Southern bank deal? Similarly what was Tawfiq Ayman’s involvement?

Ops Lalang 2015: Special Branch leads investigation into conspirators

A tale of stolen data, international money laundering syndicates and deceit. Tong Kooi Ong & Ho Kay Tat, criminals that deceived, stole stolen data, and had access to an international money laundering syndicate.

The players
The players

They say that history repeats itself. According to well-placed sources a massive investigation will be led into conspirators against parliamentary democracy under section 124 of the Penal Code.

What is Section 124?

Section 124 of the Penal code refers to offences of “activities that are detrimental to parliamentary democracy”

The main provisions are:

Section 124B:
“Whoever, by any means, directly or indirectly, commits an activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to twenty years.”

Section 124C:
“Whoever attempts to commit an activity detrimental to parliamentary democracy or does any act preparatory thereto shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to fifteen years.”

Section 124D (1):
“Whoever, by any means, directly or indirectly, prints, publicizes, sells, issues, circulates or reproduces any document or publication detrimental to parliamentary democracy shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to fifteen years.”

Section 124E (1):
“Any person who, without lawful excuse, has in his possession any document or publication detrimental to parliamentary democracy or any extract therefrom, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to ten years.”

Key Provisions of Section 124 of the Penal Code
Key Provisions of Section 124 of the Penal Code

The power to carry out the investigation is held by the police and special branch whilst the power to charge an offender under section 124 lies with the Attorney General.

It is no surprise that the position of the head of the Special branch was changed today. It was announced that Datuk Seri Mohamad Fuzi Harun was appointed as the new Special Branch director, replacing Datuk Seri Akhil Bulat.

This comes at a time when on the same day the Attorney General has been replaced as reported here and here.

Federal Court judge Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali has been named the new Attorney-General today, replacing Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail.

With Section 124 in place coupled with the new appointments for special branch and the Attorney general, it is possible to imprison anyone for up to 20 years. The new appointments are instrumental in making this possible.

A combination of control over the Attorney General and Special branch will allow any person to be arrested under section 124 of the penal code.
A combination of control over the Attorney General and Special branch will allow any person to be arrested under section 124 of the penal code.

Mohamad Fuzi Harun will lead the charge on a list of conspirators to be investigated under secton 124 of the penal code which carries a penalty of up to 20 years in prison.

Top Wanted List of Conspirators Against The Democratically Elected Government:

1) Datuk Nor Shamsiah Mohd Yunus (BNM)
– Deputy Governor

2) Shamsuddin bin Mohd Mahayidin (BNM)
– Foreign Exchange Administration

3) Abdul Rahman bin Abu Bakar (BNM)
Financial Intelligence and Enforcement

4) Dato ‘ Sri Mohd Shukri Bin Abdul (MACC)
– Deputy Chief Commissioner (Operation)

5) Datuk Tan Kang Sai
– MACC Special Operation Division Deputy Director

6) YBhg Tan Sri Datuk Rashpal Singh a/l Jeswant Singh
-A Member of the Advisory Board of the Anti-Corruption (ACAB)

7) Jessica Gurmeet Kaur D/O Nashattar Singh
– Heads the Special Task Force Secretariat, Administration and Finance department

8) Dr.Tong Kooi Ong
– Executive Chairman, The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd.
– Executive Chairman, Sunrise Berhad
– Chairman, Taiga Building Products Ltd
– International Advisory Panel, CIMB

9) Ho Kay Tat
– Group Chief Executive Officer and Publisher, The Edge Communications Sdn. Bhd.

10) Clare Rewcastle Brown
– British investigative journalist Editor-in-chief of Sarawak Report

11) Sufi Yusof
– Mahathir Mohamad’s Press Secretary

12) Tony Pua
– Member of Parliament for Petaling Jaya Utara – National Publicity Secretary for Democratic Action Party (DAP)

13) Tan Sri Zeti Akhtar Aziz
– Governor Bank Negara Malaysia

Now that all the necessary pieces of the puzzle have been put into place, the investigation into the conspirators is underway. Conspirators will be subject to polygraph tests and will be imprisoned for up to 20 years.

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