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Friday, January 4, 2013

ANWAR IBRAHIM : FREE FROM CORRUPTION, COLLUSION AND NEPOTISM PART TWO

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ANWAR IBRAHIM : FREE FROM CORRUPTION, COLLUSION AND NEPOTISM PART ONE

In  part 1, almost all of the political secretaries or whoever links to Anwar have received GOODIES in THE ANWAR'S WAY. As for PART 2, we going to look into his family members. 


Father-in-law DATO WAN ISMAIL – director and shareholder in many listed companies, including Stamford College. 

His daughter WAN FAIRUZ, sister of Wan Azizah, received 2000 acres of land in Batu Berendam, Malacca. Her former occupation? Photographer of Bernama news agency, earning RM1200 a month. 

Anwar’s sister, FARIZUN IBRAHIM, a housewife, with no experience in business. A co-owner of the Gianfranco Ferre franchise together with his adopted brother, Sukma Dermawan. 

His father, DATUK IBRAHIM ABDUL RAHMAN. Chairman and substantial shareholder of IOI Berhad. Dato Ibrahim was awarded 50,000 hectares of state land for ranching by the Sabah Government over whom Anwar exercised tremendous influence. Received bumiputra share allocations in many listed companies. 

His brother, RANI IBRAHIM. Deputy head of Bagan Umno division. Deputy chairman of Olympia, a gambling company which obtained gambling liciences for Sabah from the Finance Ministry despite objections from the Sabah Government. Recipient of many bumi share issues.

Brother MARZUKI IBRAHIM. An operator of a petrol pump. Received licence to operate another two petrol pumps. Received bumi shares in listed FACB Berhad. 

Brothers IDRUS IBRAHIM, a teacher, and ROSLI IBRAHIM, no known job, but driving in Mercedes Benzs and living upper middle-class lifestyles. 

No, Anwar does not practise cronyism or corruption. Malaysians are being asked to believe that all those named above and many more whose names are not mentioned here but who, having been ordinary Malaysians like the rest of us, suddenly live the lifestyles of the rich and famous. 

BECAUSE THEY KNEW ANWAR AND WERE HIS FRIENDS OR RELATIVES.

Credit to Sarawak Monitor


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