Najib Razak turned up for his 1MDB case at the High Court on 6 September from the Kajang Prison, looking healthy, days after the convicted politician reportedly had suffered a stomach illness.
The prosecution’s 35th witness, Yeoh Eng Leong, told the court that the former prime minister had two credit cards with a limit of RM3m each.
Yeoh, the former vice president in the credit card department at Ambank, divulged that the credit limit given to Najib was among the highest at the bank.
Patrick Teoh presents for the Malaysian Insight.
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