Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman has voiced solidarity for his parents who have been called in for the fourth time by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) to help in their inquiry of some RM250,000 that were allegedly looted from his house.
The former youth and sports minister stated in a Facebook post today that members of his family should still comply with the authorities and condemn those who have made numerous allegations against his father.
He stated that there are those who wrote reports about Mama and Abuyah becoming homeless and creating ridiculous accusations. Over the past 38 years, mum students can bear witness to the dedication of mum as a teacher.
He knows that even though his Mama and Abuyah don’t reveal something, but those unfounded allegations hurt his Mama and Abuyah. That’s why he reminded to don’t worry about it. That they are on the right track and they can overcome it.
The anti-graft body has recently confiscated RM600,000 in cash from the homes of two members of the Bersatu Youth group. The money allegedly has been misappropriated by the group. The department reported comments from the two people on June 5 about the loss of the RM250,000 from Syed Saddiq ‘s house, according to investigations-director Datuk Norazlan Mohd Razali.
Then Syed Saddiq, who was Head of Armada, was asked to reveal his properties as part of the investigation. MACC started investigating the incident on March 29 after the youth leader lodged a complaint with the police regarding the missing funds.