Zunar experiments with Disney characters: Arrest pending?

5 Dec 2016


Zunar: Thank you IGP for Disney idea


Oleh seorang peminat bernama Dan Hall



3h3 hours ago

Zunar sahut cabaran IGP lukis kartun Donald Dedak: Pelukis kartun satira politik Zulkiflee…


IGP suruh saya lukis kartun DONALD DUCK





Jangan komen kalau tidak tahu, pesan Zunar kepada Khalid –


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Tit for Tat: Monks protest in Myanmar against Najib who protested in K.L. against persecution of Rohingyas.

5 Dec 2016


Myanmar media lampoons ‘master of misdirection’ Najib


Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak has been accused of being a “master of the art of misdirection” in a cartoon published by Myanmar independent news website The Irrawaddy.

The cartoon by Kyaw Thu Yein depicts a songkok-wearing Najib walking a tight rope and juggling balls which spell “Stop Genocide” while carrying a bag labelled “corruption”.

The cartoon uploaded on the Irrawaddy’s English Edition Facebook account tonight is titled “Najib Razak’s Stunt”.

This comes after Najib and several Umno leaders joined PAS at a rally in Kuala Lumpur for the Rohingya community yesterday.

Buddhist monks lead protest against Najib in Yangon



PETALING JAYA: About 100 people, including monks, participated in a protest rally against Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak at the Mahabandoola Park in downtown Yangon yesterday, the Myanmar Times reported.

They had demanded that Myanmar’s foreign affairs ministry and the Asean grouping rebuke Najib for “not upholding Asean values”.

The protest was led by the Myanmar National Monk Union (Yangon), with its secretary U Thu Satetta saying that the group “cannot accept that they insult our nationality”.

“We will do everything we can, either protesting or sending out signed requests, because we do not want to give even an inch of our country.

“We cannot accept the fact that they insult our nationality, so even if we need to take up arms, we might do so,” he was quoted as saying by the Myanmar daily.

Some of the protesters were seen holding photos of Najib and banners condemning the Malaysian prime minister, with the message “Don’t Pressure Myanmar Government”.


4 Dec 2016



Dr M: Why should a PM be demonstrating?

Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak should take action against Myanmar over the Rohingya crisis instead of attending a demonstration, said former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

He said protests are meant to oppose governments, whereas the government’s role is not to protest but to take action.

“If we become the government, my proposal would be to break off diplomatic relations to show our displeasure towards how the Rohingyas are treated.

“When he (Najib) is prime minister, he goes to a demonstration. Who is he demonstrating to?” he told a press conference in Shah Alam today.

Mahathir said that when he was prime minister, and when pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi was under house arrest, he had written letters and sent envoys to the then leaders of the Myanmar junta.

“That is what governments do, because at that level you don’t have to take to the streets.

“I join street demonstration (now) because I am not in the government anymore,” he said.

Report: Monks in anti-Najib protest at M’sian embassy in Myanmar

A group of monks have reportedly protested against Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak outside the Malaysian embassy in Myanmar over Putrajaya’s stance on the Rohingya issue.

According to news portal Rohingya Vision, some 30 monks chanted slogans against Najib outside the embassy for allegedly interfering in Myanmar’s affairs.

They held up banners which read, “Condemnation of Malaysia prime minister, don’t pressure Myanmar government”.

The protest came a day after AFP reported that Prime Minister Najib will be participating in a Rohingya solidarity protest in Kuala Lumpur tomorrow.

Najib personally confirmed this at the closing of the Umno annual general assembly today where delegates were also urged to participate in the rally.

This had sparked the ire of the Myanmar government which yesterday issued a statement criticising Malaysia.

U Zaw Htay, deputy director of the President’s Office in Myanmar, had reminded Malaysia of Asean’s non-interference policy.

“According to Asean principles, a member country does not interfere in other member countries’ internal affairs.

“We have always followed and respected this principle. We hope that the Malaysian government will continue to follow it,” he was quoted as sayingHowever, Wisma Putra defended the planned protest, stressing


Najib, Hadi join hands to protest Rohingya plight

Anne Muhammad & Zikri Kamarulzaman

Approximately 7,000 gathered at Stadium Mini Titiwangsa in Kuala Lumpur this morning to protest Myanmar’s persecution of the Rohingya.

Sharing the stage at the rally was Prime Minister Najib Razak, Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang and PAS Youth chief Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Aziz.

The rally titled ‘ Solidariti Ummah Rohingya’ was a colourful affair of PAS’ green, red shirts and the local Rohingya community.

The crowds chanted “free the Rohingya’ and ‘Rohingya needs your voice to end ethnic cleansing’.


Buddhist in condemning Malaysia ahead of a rally in support of in KL tomorrow


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2 Videos: (1) Najib airs Superman’s ‘Malays screw Malays’ video at AGM (2) DAP: use Malays to defeat Malays.


3 Dec 2016

Najib airs Superman’s ‘Malays screw Malays’ video at AGM

Zikri Kamarulzaman


UMNO AGM Umno president and Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak stepped up his efforts to portray DAP as an enemy to Malays today by showing the controversial video where former DAP man Hew Kuan Yew was telling Sarawakians to let the “Malays screw the Malays”.

Najib then screened a second video of Hew where he said “(Dr) Mahathir (Mohamad) kill Najib” in Cantonese figuratively.

The video quoted Hew as saying DAP is using Mahathir to end Najib’s political career.

“Those one the other side are using each other… There’s no need for me to say who is using who,” Najib said prior to screening the videos.

Hew had made the offending remarks during the Sarawak state elections, in an effort to get voters to elect Malay DAP candidate Abdul Aziz Isa to the Batu Kitang state seat.

However Hew defended his remarks, saying he wouldn’t ask Sarawakians to vote in a Malay representative if he was racist.


Published on Dec 3, 2016

Umno president and Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak stepped up his efforts to portray DAP as an enemy to Malays today by showing the controversial video where former DAP man Hew Kuan Yew was telling Sarawakians to let the “Malays screw the Malays”.

Hew had made the offending remarks during the Sarawak state elections, in an effort to get voters to elect Malay DAP candidate Abdul Aziz Isa to the Batu Kitang state seat.


DAP: use Malays to defeat Malays



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The Orang Asli at GE 14: Will they stop voting for BN? At last? Or will it be ‘All Talk Same Action’?

2 Dec 2016


Orang Asli: We won’t vote PAS, BN in GE14


GUA MUSANG: As Umno leaders heap praises on their president Najib Razak at the Umno general assembly and PAS and Umno move closer, a neglected minority community is telling them not to depend on its votes.

The Kelantan Orang Asli community is, in fact, threatening to reject the state PAS government and the Barisan Nasional if issues pertaining to ancestral land rights and settlements are not resolved.

Pos Tohoi village head Ahud Duga told FMT the community rejected both state PAS and BN because neither had made good on the numerous promises made during the last general election.

He added that both parties only “baited” the Orang Asli to support them for their own interests.

“After the last general election, no elected representative from PAS or BN came to meet us, be it parliamentarians or assemblymen. All the problems we faced were resolved by NGOs.”

“BN and PAS only come here when there are elections. They come to campaign, give us rice and other things. After they win, we never see them.”


Read what happened at GE 13.

The Orang Asli at GE 13
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‘Orang Asli won’t vote for BN’

Priscilla Prasena | April 27, 2013

Orang Asli have always backed the ruling Barisan Nasional, but an Orang Asli leader claims it will be different this time around.


The Orang Asli Blockade: A lorryful & 7 more are arrested even as the 47 are released…

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WHEN YOUR PERSONAL BODYGUARD SHOOTS YOU! #Lawless #Malaysia: 3 dead & 4 injured in shooting in Penang!

5 Dec 2016



Abdul Ghafar also said that the police were not involved in vetting prior to conferment of “Datukship” and that they only vetted fellow police officers who had been selected for the award.

Ridiculous! This guy was wanted for murder 5 years ago.



DPP decide not to charge them. Police put them under EO/ Preventive Law.


from murderer transform into triad chief !


4 Dec 2016


Man bashed up at funeral parlour, insulted slain Datuk in Penang shooting rampage, no triad links

GEORGE TOWN: Police have arrested a man who was believed to have been involved in beating a hapless man with blunt objects.

State Criminal Investigations Department chief Senior Assistant Commssioner Zainol Samah said the victim was also rescued by the police.

He said the police had acted on a video footage that went viral. The video showed several unidentified men taking the law into their own hands, punishing the 47-year-old shirtless victim.

The incident took place at a funeral parlour here at Lebuhraya Thean Teik on Friday.

In a press statement today, Zainol added that the incident was linked to the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway shooting that killed three and injured another five people last Thursday.

However, he stressed that it is not connected to any triad activities.

Zainol said it had emerged that the man had allegedly insulted the slain Datuk in the shooting incident. The man had claimed the Datuk was a triad member via a posting on social network.

“The man’s written words have caused distress to the Datuk’s family members,” he said.


Sources said Gang 24 became “a super gang” after it merged with the notorious Sio Sam Ong (Three Little Emperors) triad which was behind the slaying of six people in Taman Bersatu, Sungai Petani, during a pre-wedding dinner in September 1992.

“After the merger, it was known as Gang 234, but to outsiders it was still Gang 24 and Sio Sam Ong,” said a source.



Only in Malaysia where a gangster can be awarded datukship. Police: Murdered Datuk M a top boss in notorious Gang 24


Penang highway shooting: Police say ‘Datuk M’ a top boss in notorious Gang 24


GEORGE TOWN (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – The Datuk businessman who was shot dead by his bodyguard following an argument, was a top boss in Gang 24, said the police.

OCPD Assistant Commandant Mior Faridalathrash Wahid said police were aware of s and the gang’s illegal activities for some time.

“We have information that the members were involved in protection rackets but no one has come forward to lodge a police report. The gang is also involved in illegal money lending.

“It is one of 14 secret societies being monitored by us. We have a list of the members and know their movements,” he said when contacted on Saturday (Dec 3).

It was reported that Ong was among several people linked to a murder case in 2011 – a VCD seller killed by several parang-wielding men.

On Thursday night, Ong and two others were killed while five people were injured when the bodyguard opened fire at them along the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway.

When Ong, also known as “Datuk M” for Datuk muda (young Datuk), received his Datukship, his friends and numerous companies took out 50 full-page “congratulatory” advertisements, worth more than RM150,000 (S$48,000), with a Chinese newspaper. The ads were spread over several months.

Published on Dec 3, 2016

A video of a man being brutally beat up is recently circulating over Whatsapp. Apparently, the man is suspected to be the individual who introduced the bodyguard who gunned down the late Datuk Ong Teik Kwong a few days ago. Other sources found that it was actually because the man was bad-mouthing the Datuk on Facebook!

For more of this story, read here: https://goo.gl/SVE9AK


A video of a man being brutally beat up is recently circulating over Whatsapp. Apparently, the man is suspected to be the individual who introduced the…


3 Dec 2016


Family of murdered businessman going after security firm

GEORGE TOWN: The family of businessman Ong Teik Kwang, who was shot dead by his newly-hired bodyguard on Thursday, is seeking legal action against a security firm.

Ong’s wife, Vivian Cheow said the bodyguard, who was just a day into his job, was employed by her husband upon the firm’s recommendation.

“I don’t want to name the firm but we will take action against it to seek justice for my husband,” she told reporters when met at the Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi funeral parlour here today.

In the 7.15pm incident, three men, including Ong, died while five others were injured when they were shot by the bodyguard along the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway.

Yesterday, Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said the bodyguard had a history of mental instability.

Describing her husband as someone who loved to do charity work for the less fortunate, Cheow said the businessman was chairman of CK One Charity Welfare Association.



Penang rampage: Bodyguard was on first day of job

December 3, 2016

Reports say the bodyguard recited a prayer before he began shooting, killing three and injuring five others.

GEORGE TOWN: The bodyguard who went on a rampage at Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway on Thursday, killing three and injuring five others, was on the first day of his job for his new boss, Ong Teik Kwong, The Star reported.

It was reported that the 37-year-old gunman had recited some prayers before pulling out his firearm and shooting Ong first at the back of his head before shooting others in several minutes of madness.

The Star identified the dead as:

  • Ong Teik Kwong, 32, a businessman who was shot in the back of the head.
  • Senthil Murugiah, 38, florist, shot in the chest.
  • Choi Hon Ming, 32, a professional clown, shot in the chest.

The injured were:

  • Mohamad Amirul Amin, 28, part time RTM cameraman, shot in the chest. His condition is said to be stable.
  • Nurul Huda Abdul Aziz, 38, TNB assistant manager in Bayan Baru, shot in the chest. Condition stable
  • Lim Boon Leng, 32, Ong’s driver suffered head injuries after being pistol whipped. He is currently under remand.
  • Arivarni Krishnan, 33, formerly a doctor at Penang Hospital. She is said to be in stable condition.
  • Lee Hong Boon, 56.

The Star reported that the bodyguard had only been interviewed for the job a day earlier after he was recommended by his younger brother, who has also been working as the businessman’s bodyguard for the past one year.

A friend of the late businessman, Jason Mah, told The Star that Ong was driving his BMW while Lim Boon Leng, was seated in the front passenger seat. The bodyguard was seated behind.

It was reported that an argument broke out in the car. The bodyguard then recited a prayer before he shot Ong in the back of the car, before turning towards Lim who was pistol-whipped.

Mah told The Star Lim ran out of the car, with the bodyguard chasing him. This was when the bodyguard started firing off several shots, hitting passers-by.

It was also reported that after the mayhem ended, the bodyguard remained at the scene where he was arrested.


Latest: Penang shooting: Bodyguard argued with his boss before firing shots


A bodyguard had an argument with his boss before he went on to fire 17 shots and killed three people, including his boss in a shooting rampage Thursday night. The bodyguard and another passenger in the car have been remanded seven days to facilitate investigations. Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said the hospitalised shooting victims are out of danger.


Bodies of Penang shooting victims claimed – Malay Mail Online: Malay Mail Online Bodies of Penang shooting


2 Dec 2016



The datuk shot dead by his personal bodyguard is Datuk as Ong Teik Kwong, 32.


IGP: Suspect who shot Datuk, 2 others has military background

Susan Loone

Inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar said the suspect who was arrested for a shooting rampage at Lim Chong Eu expressway last night had a military background.

Khalid said the 35-year old bodyguard, who was detained with another suspect was also “mentally ill”.

The other suspect, a 32-year old man, was in the same car as the Datuk who was reportedly shot by the bodyguard.

“From initial investigation the suspect has a mental problem but has no prior criminal record,” Khalid said during a press conference at University Sains Malaysia.

Datuk’s bodyguard held over Penang expressway shooting


EORGE TOWN: The suspect who fired the shots that killed a Datuk and two other people on the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway has been arrested.

Penang CID chief Senior Asst Comm Zainol Samah said the shooter was the personal bodyguard of the Datuk and was travelling with him in his car.

“Another passenger in the car tried to escape on foot, but the suspect continued firing shots at him,” he told a press conference Thursday night.

George Town OCPD Asst Comm Mior Faridalathrash Wahid confirmed the Datuk as Ong Teik Kwong, 32.


Bodyguard ‘went mad’ before shooting his boss


PETALING JAYA: One of the injured victims in the Penang expressway shooting told someone over the phone how “the bodyguard had gone mad” before he shot his Datuk boss dead.

According to a witness who lodged a police report Thursday, she was driving along the Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway when she noticed a man bleeding from the head and face.

Thinking that it was a traffic accident, she stopped and offered to send him to hospital.

Enroute, the man asked her if he could use her phone to contact his family, she said in her report.

She then overheard the injured man saying that “the bodyguard had gone mad” and that “tailo (boss in Cantonese)” was dead.

She also heard the man say that the bodyguard had hit him on the head with his gun.

The man then called another person and said that all his belongings and his bag were in the boss’ car.

Upon hearing this, the witness said she dropped the man off at a petrol station out of fear.

Three people, one of them a Datuk, were shot dead during the 7.30pm incident.

Four others were injured in the shooting.

1 Dec 2016



Tiga lelaki maut manakala jurukamera sambilan RTM cedera di bahu selepas ditembak di Lebuh raya Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu, Georgetown,7.15 mlm td


: Three dead, three injured in shooting at Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway

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GEORGE TOWN: Three people were killed in a drive-by shooting along at the busy Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway in Penang today.

Three others were reportedly injured in the 7.30pm incident.

Initial reports indicate that the victims were in their cars when they were shot at by unidentified assailants.

Other reports suggest that a Datuk was among those shot.

One of those shot is said to be a senior employee with a utilities company.

It is learnt that a woman was also among those injured in the shooting.

Another person injured was RTM videographer Mohamad Amirul Amin, 28. He was shot in the left shoulder.



RadioJerk @ Bryan Retweeted MohdFaizalHassan

This just happened here. Most obvious public shooting in like ever.

RadioJerk @ Bryan added,


RTM cameraman injured in Penang expressway shooting

GEORGE TOWN: Three people, one of them said to be a Datuk, were shot dead on Tun Dr Lim Chong Eu Expressway here.

They were in their cars when they were shot at in the 7.30pm incident on Thursday.

Four others were injured in the shooting.

George Town OCPD Asst Comm Mior Faridalathrash Wahid confirmed the shooting, adding that they were still investigating at the scene.

It is learnt that a fourth victim, said to be a woman, was seriously injured when she was shot.

RTM cameraman Muhamad Amirul Amin Amir was also hit in the chest when he passed by the area on his motorcycle.

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LOKAP – Namewee黄明志 (拘留所/A song about Lock-Up in Malaysia)

1 Dec 2016

Police decline to comment on Namewee’s ‘Lokap‘ music video



Published on Nov 26, 2016

Namewee 黃明志 Official Facebook Fan Page:
Namewee YouTube Channel Link:

Disclaimer: This video is meant for pure entertainment and have no intention to cause harm to any particular individual, if you feel the video has caused you any discomfort, please refrain from continue watching this, the author of video hereby express that he does not belong to any political parties, thank you.

There is no intention for any political associated propaganda, this is only views expressed by individual based on the freedom of speech act. It is not directed to any person, race or religion, should anyone feel offended, please stop viewing and leave this site immediately.

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Collapse of the Mid Valley Pedestrian Bridge, K.L.: Luckily, it is still under construction…

1 Dec 2016

NST_Online: Search resumes for missing worker in bridge collapse .


KUALA LUMPUR: The search and rescue mission has resumed to locate a missing construction worker, believed to have been trapped in the rubble following the collapse of a pedestrian bridge at KL Eco City near Mid Valley Megamall yesterday.
City Fire and Rescue Department acting deputy director Samsol Maarif Saibani said 60 rescuers were deployed including its Special Tactical Operation Rescue Malaysia (Storm) from Selangor and the city centre.
As of 5.51am, the rescuers have been divided into three groups which will scour three sectors – A, B and C.
Each group is responsible for sifting through four pillars of debris to locate the victim.
In total, four victims have been sent to the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre (UMMC). The four rescued victims were Bangladeshi and Vietnamese, as well as a Sabahan.
Meanwhile, the authorities confirmed that one construction worker died in the tragedy.
The worker is believed to have drowned in the river below after falling when the structure gave way.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/12/193383/search-resumes-missing-worker-midvalley-bridge-collapse

30 Nov 2016

Published on Nov 30, 2016

A pedestrian bridge under construction at KL Eco City near Midvalley Megamall collapsed earlier today, killing one construction worker.

Five others were injured in the mishap.

Firemen from the Pantai, Hang Tuah and Seputeh fire stations were despatched to the scene soon after the incident occurred at 3.30 pm.

Three victims have been sent to the Universiti Malaya Medical Centre for treatment.

Work is ongoing to rescue two more victims trapped under the rubble of the collapsed bridge.

KL Eco City is described as a “world class city-within-a city” on 25-acres of prime land and is a mixed development of commercial, retail space and luxury residential property.

Five from pedestrian bridge collapse tragedy warded at UMMC


KUALA LUMPUR: A pedestrian bridge under construction at KL Eco City near Midvalley Megamall collapsed today, killing at least one person, a traffic police spokesman said.

Read More : http://www.nst.com.my/news/2016/11/193235/update-least-one-dead-nine-injured-under-construction-pedestrian-bridge-collapse


“I was 100m away, heard a crash & saw the bridge had collapsed. I hope my colleagues are safe.”

Stay away from mid valley, federal highway n jalan bangsar cause the Eco World building collapse.



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EPF Nominations: Is this true? Or a hoax?

And I thought EPF had put this ‘chain mail’ to sleep…

30 Nov 2016

EPF, “We have resolved the matter after contacting the member, who has since withdrawn his claim and removed his Facebook post.” 

EPF: Against our policy to remove members’ nomination details



KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) said today it was against its integrity and corporate governance to deliberately delete, amend or alter members’ nomination details for any reason.

“The EPF has no benefit in withholding members’ savings upon their passing and accounts that have yet to name any beneficiary (ies) will be considered as ‘No Nomination’, said its Corporate Affairs Department in a statement.

EPF was clarifying a claim by a member over missing nomination details of his wife.

Following the claim, EPF immediately initiated an investigation.

However, both EPF’s Kepong branch and headquarters-based registration and support department found no details of the nominee, as mentioned by the member in his Facebook account.

“In this case, the beneficiary’s name was not in the system.

“Upon further checking, we also found no physical documents bearing the name of the member’s wife which the member allegedly said was made last year,” it said.

According to EPF, the form shown in the contributor’s Facebook posting was a new nomination application as it was dated Nov 29, 2016.

“We have resolved the matter after contacting the member, who has since withdrawn his claim and removed his Facebook post,” it said.


Feb 2016


EPF Response to Chain Emails on Nomination and Dividends on Monthly Housing Withdrawals

In the past, there were chain emails on Nomination and Dividends on Monthly Housing Withdrawals circulating which contained distorted information regarding the EPF. The EPF has responded to the chain emails through press releases and emails.

However, these emails have resurfaced once again. Below are the chain emails and the EPF’s responses to the said emails for your information.

2. Chain Email on Nomination
Subject: EPF Rules: A must read

If ONE (1) of your Nominees in the EPF Nominees list dies, automatically the whole
arrangement (EPF Nominees list) is VOID. Meaning if, you only put in One (1) name &
unfortunately he/she dies before you? Automatically EPF will channel your EPF
money to trustee of AMANAH RAYA upon your death.

Even though if you have few names in the EPF Nominees list, -the whole
arrangement is VOID & none of the individual names left in the EPF Nominees list will get their portion & automatically EPF will channel your EPF money to trustee of
AMANAH RAYA upon your death.

Piece of advice – if any of the your Nominees in the EPF Nominees list dies, please do immediately approach the nearest EPF counter & present the Death Certificate of the individual & register your NEW / LATEST Nominee in the EPF Nominees list + NEW /LATEST percentage.

If you & the other party (maybe spouse) involved in the same misfortune (accident/ illness) that caused death to both yourself /spouse please, please, please alert
your siblings / relatives / parents to immediately approach the nearest EPF counter & share the information within 3 days to AVOID all EPF money to be surrendered to trustee of AMANAH RAYA.

Upon surrender to trustee of AMANAH RAYA, your children will have to battle the money thru 3 channels;

• Majlis Agama
• Pejabat Tanah
• Mahkhamah

EPF’s Response

The EPF emphasizes that the information in the chain email is NOT TRUE.

If a member has nominated more than one beneficiary and one of them dies, only the portion that was bequeathed to the deceased beneficiary will be invalid.

If the member later dies without updating his/her nomination, the surviving beneficiaries
will receive their portion accordingly.

Only the portion that was bequeathed to the deceased beneficiary will subject to procedures under the “EPF savings without nomination” in which case priority for the right to claim the deceased member’s savings shall go to next of kin or appointed administrator of the deceased member’s estate.

Hence, it is not true that when a member has named more than one beneficiary, the entire nomination will be deemed void when one of the beneficiaries dies before the member.

However, if a member has named only one beneficiary and the beneficiary dies before the member, the nomination will then be deemed void unless a new beneficiary is

Please note that members do not have to produce the death certificate of a deceased
Beneficiary to change their nomination. Members can change or update their nomination anytime by completing a new KWSP 4 Form. This will automatically revoke any earlier nomination made.

Another allegation in the chain email which mentioned that members need to go to the EPF counter within three (3) days to avoid the EPF savings being “surrendered to Amanah Raya” if no nomination is made or if a beneficiary and the member die at the
same time is also not true.

If a member dies without nominating a beneficiary and depending on the amount the
member has in his/her EPF account, the following conditions will apply:

If the member has less than RM25,000in his/her EPF Account, the initial sum of RM2,500 will be paid to his/her next of kin.The balance will be paid two months after
the member’s death.

If the member has more than RM25,000 in his/her EPF Account, the initial sum of RM2,500 will be paid to his/her next of kin.

The second payment (not more than RM17,500) will be paid to the next of kin two
months after date of death.

The balance of the savings will be paid upon submitting the Letter of Administration/Grant of Probate/Distribution Order/Faraid Certificate from estate administrators such as Amanah Raya Berhad or the Court or the Land Office.

The EPF wishes to remind that obtaining these documents can be time-consuming and fees may be imposed by the issuing authorities.

By nominating beneficiary(s), members will be able to ensure that all the documents
will not be necessary and that the withdrawal process by his/her beneficiary(s) will be hassle-free and free of any charge.

For Muslim members, the Faraid Law will apply, in which case the beneficiary will act as an administrator or “wasi” who will be responsible for distributing the savings in accordance to the Faraid Law.
This is why nomination is very important.

Members are also advised to check their nomination and update if and when necessary, particularly if the member has gone through life-changing events such as marriage, divorce or birth of a child.



1. Chain Email on EPF Death Benefit
ATTENTION to everyone who has an EPF account!!!

No matter how old are you, no matter how long you have held your EPF account, no matter how much money you have in you EPF account, and no matter how long you have paid for your EPF, according to Government Law, EPF will need to pay RM 2000 to an EPF account holder’s family when he/she died (family members need to claim the RM 2000 within 2 months).

EPF never inform us about this, I reckon very few people’s family did actually
receive this RM 2000 when his/her family member died because not many people know about this.

Where did this RM 2000 goes when the died’s family did not claim for RM 2000? someone’s pocket?? We don’t know!

So please bombarded this info to all your families, relatives, colleagues and friends, let them know about this info and remember to claim RM 2000 when his/her family die.

Don’t let this RM 2000 goes to someone’s pocket!!
EPF’s Response
The above email contained untruthful accusation. The EPF would like to inform its members that a Death Benefit payment of RM2,500 will be presented to the dependents of the deceased members as a gesture of compassion and to ease their financial burden.

However, this benefit will only be given once and subject to the following conditions:

•Malaysian citizen;
•Member has not reached the age of 55 at time of death;
•Application for Death Withdrawal is made within 6 months from the date of the demise of the member.

The Death Benefit is payable to the members’ dependent or next-of-kin when the application for Death Withdrawal is made.

The EPF would also like to emphasise that the money for Death Benefit comes from EPF’s investment earnings and not from the members’ savings. If the dependent does not qualify under the conditions for Death Bent, the money will still remain with the EPF to be distributed to all members as annual dividend.

Corporate Affairs Department
Employees Provident Fund
Date: 7 October 201

Chain Email on EPF Death Benefit


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Rosmah speaks…

2 Dec 2016

[VIDEO] Permata funds don’t go into my handbag, says Rosmah via Read more:


Rosmah Mansor has denied that government funds allocated for her brainchild – the Permata programme – are abused.

“I would like to stress that whatever budget we receive from the government does not go into my handbag,” she said, leaving her audience in stitches.

The wife of Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak mentioned this in her acceptance speech for the Lifetime Achievement Award for Leadership in Early Childhood Education in Kuala Lumpur.


30 Nov 2016

Why couldn’t Trump just call his golfing buddy Najib?

Stephen Ng

COMMENT The biggest joke was when Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak was awakened by his wife, Rosmah Mansor in the middle of the night to make an important phone call to the US president-elect, Donald Trump.

It is hard to believe any story these days coming from either Najib or Rosmah. After all, we have heard too many far more incredulous stories in the past 10 years.

You cannot blame us, ordinary citizens, for simply being sceptical, especially since Najib’s explanation that he did not know some RM41 million been transferred into his account has been debunked by DAP parliamentarian Tony Pua; while Rosmah’s story of saving enough money from young to afford herself a diamond ring worth RM2 million has been talked about even by a pakcik taxi driver and a staunch Umno supporter himself whom I met in Tapah recently.

Who would believe the latest story about Trump wanting to speak to Najib urgently, since the generous Arab prince seemingly never existed in the first place. His identity has never been revealed, because according to an international economics magazine article which I have read, there is simply no Arab prince who is that rich to be able to donate that amount of money to an individual.

And, who would be able to save a million ringgit, even if the saving had started from one’s birth? One would have to save RM20,000 per annum from birth to the age of 50 just to have RM2 million, not taking into consideration the miserable bank interest.

29 Nov 2016

Rosmah reveals her role in Trump-Najib pre-dawn call

“At about 2.30am, my phone rang… I received a call from a big shot, a friend of Datuk (Najib) who played golf (with him) when in New York.

“This person said, ‘Datin Sri (Rosmah), I am so sorry I have to disturb you this morning’.

“I wondered, ‘What was the matter, must be urgent’. If our phone rings after 12 (midnight), we think it must be something urgent, and emergency or whatnot. I said, ‘Yes, Tan Sri, what is the problem?’

“(The friend replied) ‘No, I want to tell you that president elect Donald Trump is expecting Datuk’s call in two hours time.

“I said ‘Eh, this is already 2.30am, you know. Two hours time is 4.30am’. That is the time which is nice to sleep right? How to wake up and start calling someone?

“I asked, ‘What’s the number?’ He said, ‘I don’t have the number’. He said, ‘I will call you in 10 minutes’. I couldn’t sleep, and waited until receiving the president elect’s phone number,” she said in her speech, a video recording of which has been uploaded on YouTube.

Trump won because of his human touch

Much to the audience’s amusement, Rosmah said Najib scolded her when she woke him up to tell him about the phone call, and had wondered if she was dreaming.

“‘What’s so important, so urgent?’ (Najib asked). (Rosmah replied) ‘You know president elect of America Donald Trump is waiting for your call. He expects it in two hour’s time’.

“(Najib asked) ‘Are you sure, are you dreaming?’ (Rosmah replied) ‘No I am telling you the truth.’,” she added.

After requesting her husband to set the alarm, Rosmah said she too set her alarm for the same time just to be cautious.

She added that Najib called the number at the fixed time, and Trump answered himself.

“When I heard (Trump answering), I thought, ‘Good this man, my husband need not go through 3,000 people before he gets to Donald Trump’.

“Usually, when we wish to speak to a big shot, the line is passed around, to the point it gets disconnected, and we have to call again,” she said.

Trump, she added, also asked Najib when the latter planned to visit the US, to which the prime minister replied, “Wait until you settle in and I will come. I would like to discuss a few things with you.”

Rosmah said she was delighted when Trump invited the family as well, saying, “Come over with your family, we can have lunch or dinner.”

Don’t trust what goes viral about me on Internet, Rosmah pleads


The prime minister’s wife Rosmah Mansor has advised netizens not to believe in whatever goes viral in the social media as coming from her as she does not have a Facebook or Twitter account.

Instead, she said, those who want to know about her can post their questions to her directly.

“I’ve never had a Facebook account. I’m not on Twitter either. I just have this antique Samsung (mobile phone). As long as I can make calls, accept calls and reply the SMS (short message service),” she said.

“If you read it (on social media), then you’ve been duped. If there’s anything (you want to know) about me, just ask me face-to-face. Straight to the point, don’t tell lies,” Rosmah was quoted as saying by Bernama.

She said this at the annual gathering of the National Sayang Squad, which was held in conjunction with the Umno General Assembly 2016 at the Putra World Trade Centre in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Motivated to attend Zuckerberg’s talk

Rosmah said the existence of multiple fake Facebook accounts using her name had also motivated her to attend the keynote address given by Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg at the CEO Summit 2016 in Lima, Peru, recently.

She said her excitement to meet with Zuckerberg so early in the morning also left her husband, Najib Abdul Razak, puzzled.

“I told him (Najib) that I want to ask Zuckerberg if there is any mechanism for him (Zuckerberg) to detect false Facebook accounts.

“I waited, but there was not question-and-answer session as he (Zuckerberg) had to rush to another place. I really wanted to ask him because Facebook also has its flaws,” she said.

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Maria is free and they greet her at Dataran Merdeka!

29 Nov 2016

Good morning! Wake up to more photos of last night’s welcome to Maria. The first 5 were taken by friends at the scene.

But remember also her words, “I expect police to arrest me again.”




Maria: I expect police to arrest me again

November 29, 2016

Bersih 2.0 chairperson vows at candlelight vigil in Dataran Merdeka to continue struggle.

KUALA LUMPUR: Bersih 2.0 chairperson Maria Chin Abdullah expects to be arrested again by the authorities under a different act, but maintained it would not shake her spirit.

“I hope we will continue our struggle. But they (police) will investigate me again and it will be the same issue as when I was detained under Sosma.

“They will continue this investigation. I don’t know what will happen to me next. But whatever happens to me, I hope we will continue our work in our struggle and to abolish Sosma.”

Maria will attend a habeas corpus hearing tomorrow (Tuesday) at the Kuala Lumpur High Court in Jalan Duta.

The 60-year old was arrested on Nov 18 during a police raid on Bersih 2.0’s headquarters in Petaling Jaya.

She was released today after being detained in an undisclosed location for 10 days under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma).

Interrogation daily

Maria said police kept asking whether she received funds from the Open Society Foundations (OSF), founded by hedge-fund billionaire George Soros.

“Every day I was being interrogated. They (police) kept repeating the same question so that I would admit to something I had never done.

“First, Bersih has never taken money from Soros. We have never accepted a single sen.

“Second, Bersih’s accounts are published on our website and they can be checked there.

“But they still don’t believe us. They think we have RM3.2 billion in our account,” she said to a crowd of 300 supporters at a candlelight vigil at Dataran Merdeka here today.

It was claimed by Red Shirts leader Jamal Yunos yesterday that DC Leaks had unveiled Soros as the source of funding for three Malaysian organisations, which allegedly received a total of RM3.2 billion over several years.


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“Chin has been freed. She is cheerful,” said her lawyer Gurdial Singh Nijar. “The police freed her because they have no grounds for her detention.”

Human rights lawyer Ambiga Sreenevasan said police had not given a reason why she was freed.

28 Nov 2016

Words don’t do justice to the people who gathered to welcome back @ Dataran Merdeka after being detained for 11 days. Amazing!


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” Bersih ! bersih ! ” as supporters chant into the night , Maria Chin Abdullah bids goodnight to her fans . “There’s more work to be done “

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The crowd at Dataran Merdeka grows awaiting chair Maria Chin Abdullah



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