Malaysian Police dismiss Mohd Nazifuddin’s uFun links
Far be it from me to be an expert on the inner workings of a police force, but the following seems comically negligent.
When asked by Malaysian media about Mohd Nazifuddin’s involvement in uFun Club, Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar simply dismissed the issue.
Not because Malaysian police had thoroughly investigated Nazifuddin’s involvement in Sagajuta and the fact that he’s a major shareholder with money likely been transferred between uFun Club and Sagajuta over the past two years, but because
Thai police never mentioned PM’s son (Mohd Nazifuddin Najib).
I’m really at a loss for words here. Is there some Malaysian law that prohibits authorities from investigating scams themselves? Or does a neighboring state have to formally file charges and request assistance before anything happens?
Is there no word for initiative in Malaysian?!
If anyone’s got any explanations I’m all ears, but as it stands I have no idea how to explain why Nazifuddin’s blatant involvement with uFun Club is being ignored, simply because Thai police didn’t mention him.
Wake up guys, this is a billion dollar Ponzi operating out of Malaysia, with Thai police doing the best they can to hold those accountable.
Through real-estate links with Sagajuta, uFun Club has been scamming people through Ponzi fraud in Malaysia since at least 2013.
uFun Club has also been recently linked to members of the Malaysian royal family.
Bugger passing everything off to their Thai counterparts, where the hell is the Malaysian uFun Club investigation?!
Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department director Datuk Mortadza Nazarene meanwhile said they were not aware of any Malaysian victims as so far no reports had been lodged against UFun in the country.
“So far no reports were lodged. We have checked,” he said.
He said Malaysian commercial police were assisting their Thai counterparts to locate some of the Malaysians who were believed to be involved in the Ponzi scheme.
“We are helping them to trace these people,” said Mortadza.
Malaysian police were formally contacted through Interpol on April 16th, yet those running uFun Club from within Malaysia remain at large.
Clearing the Malaysian Prime Minister’s son without a formal investigation though? That took less than forty-eight hours…