The ex IGP’s daughter owns a firearms business…

The IGP’s daughter owns a firearms business…

Whistleblowewer site Sarawak Report had in April claimed that Khalid’s second daughter, Juwiza, as well as his brother in-law Mohd Isa Hussin, are owners of Nilai Arms & Ammunition (NAA).

In response, Khalid had on April 25 clarified that the firearms company belonging to his daughter obtained its business licence even before he helmed the police force.

29 Dec 2016



Azmin probed for asking about IGP’s daughter’s firearms company


Selangor Menteri Besar Mohamed Azmin Ali is being investigated over his alleged remarks regarding the daughter of inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar.

Azmin told reporters outside the Shah Alam district police station this evening that he was being investigated under Section 500 of the Penal Code for criminal defamation and Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998.

The investigation was over remarks he had allegedly made on May 3.

“I wanted his (Khalid)’s daughter to be investigated after it was reported that she had been awarded the licence to sell firearms.

“He himself had reportedly admitted that his daughter was awarded the licence before he became IGP,” said Azmin who was accompanied by his lawyer, N Surendran.

“A lot of time have been wasted just to pressure me,” said Azmin who insisted that he was just raising questions over the procedure in which the license was granted.

Surendran, meanwhile, reminded that public servants are not above criticism.

“All I want to say it was unnecessary to take away the MB from his duties. Public servants are not above criticism.

“The law should not be used in this manner,” he said.

27 April 2016


So, who is the IGP’s daughter selling firearms to?

If inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar’s daughter does not have a contract to sell firearms to the government, who is she selling firearms to?That is the question posed by PKR central committee member Latheefa Koya during a forum in Kuala Lumpur held last night in remembrance of slain teenager Aminulrasyid Amzah six years ago.

As one of the panel members of the forum, she was responding to a question from an audience member, who had asked how and why police officers needed to have firearms.

“As far as I know, it’s not the IGP’s daughter supplying (the firearms). Because the IGP said the other day, even though his daughter has the licence to sell firearms, she doesn’t have a contract with the government,” Latheefa said, eliciting laughter from the crowd.

“His daughter sells quite sophisticated firearms and the question I want to ask is, if you don’t supply the government or enforcement officers or the military, as the IGP said, who are you selling to?” she added.

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25 April 2016

Khalid: Daughter’s firearms firm obtained licence before I became IGP

Inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar has clarified that a firearms company belonging to his daughter obtained its business licence even before he helmed the police force.

He also revealed that he had barred his daughter from bidding for tenders linked to the government or police.

“They obtained their licence to operate and repair firearms before I became police chief.

“I also forbade them to bid for government and police tenders, so they did not get any tenders to supply weapons from the government or the police,” Khalid told reporters in Bangi today.

He was responding to an article by whistleblower site Sarawak Report, which claimed that Khalid’s second daughter, Juwiza, as well as his brother in-law Mohd Isa Hussin are owners of Nilai Arms & Ammunition (NAA).

Meanwhile, Khalid said if the allegation of his daughter’s firm obtaining benefits due to his position was true, Sarawak Report would have certainly exposed the evidence.

“This is because they (Sarawak Report) always look for things like this,” he added.

However, the police chief declined to comment further, saying he was certain that an investigation would be carried out.

‘Let investigations be carried out’

“I think it is proper that I don’t make many statements about this… If I explain further, it can affect the investigations.

“So let the investigations be carried out. If there is anything that violates the rules or laws, action will be taken,” he added.

24 April 2016

😡❤️Did your daughter gain fr your post:Perkasa asksIGP” STUPID Q!


Did your daughter gain from your post, Perkasa asks IGP

Malay rights pressure group Perkasa today called for a Royal Commision of Inquiry on 1MDB, to clear doubts raised over the Public Accounts Committee report.

“When PAC report on 1MDB was released, the rakyat was optimistic and eager to read all about it. Then, there were allegations of the PAC report’s findings being edited.

“Where are the authorities’ integrity when it comes to managing matters like this?

“So, to really get to the bottom of this, we should call for a royal commission on inquiry,” Perkasa’s integrity, anti-corruption and abuse of power bureau chief Azrul Akmal Saharuddin said in a press statement today.

Azrul also touched on the proper implementation of the Official Secrets Act 1972 (OSA), a statute that prohibits the dissemination of information classified as official secret.

“Information that concerns the public interest such as the auditor-general’s report on 1MDB should not be classified under OSA.

However, if the information in question involves national security, then it should be under OSA,” the Perkasa leader added.


Let MACC probe IGP’s daughter’s firearms firm, says crime watch NGO

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) should investigate whether a firearms company linked to inspector-general of police (IGP) Khalid Abu Bakar’s family has any contracts with the government.

“If yes, then it’s conflict of interest,” Malaysian Crime Watch (MyWatch) chairperson R Sri Sanjeevan told Malaysiakini.

He was responding to an article by whistleblower site Sarawak Report, which claimed that Khalid’s second daughter, Juwiza Khalid, as well as his brother in-law Mohd Isa Hussin are owners of Nilai Arms & Ammunition (NAA).

Sanjeevan, however, opined a civilian should not be forbidden from doing business simply because she is the IGP’s daughter.

When pointed out that the IGP is the one who ultimately signs an arms permit, Sanjeevan however disagreed, saying he believed it is the home minister who does so.

“Many firearms permits were issued by the home minister and not the IGP,” he said.

Sanjeevan cited triad leader Ah Hai, who was linked to the hand grenade attack in Bukit Bintang in 2014, claiming the latter’s firearm was approved by the home minister and not the IGP.

However, the Royal Malaysian Police’s website states an application for firearms must be approved by the district police chief, before it is forwarded to the state police chief and finally submitted to the Bukit Aman federal police headquarters for the IGP’s approval.

IGP’s daughter cannot do firearm business then a PM’s kids cannot do any business because PM has a say in anything & everything? Haha!

“Anyone’s children have a right and fair opportunity, and they too must adhere to the law”

23 April 2016

Sarawak Report


IGP’s Company Is Flogging Guns In KL! MAJOR EXCLUSIVE

She could recommend us a Glock, said the assistant at Nilai Arms & Ammunition this week.

The KL company boasts online that it can offer the “best selection” of guns available, and we had explained we were looking for something suitable for our ‘bodyguard’.

Niloh displays an array of weapons for sale, both of the sort used for hunting and of the sort that gangsters use to kill.



Sarawak Report pulled the company records for Nilai Arms & Ammunition Sdn Bhd, which is registered in KL, and found some exceedingly interesting ownership details. The majority of the shares belong to a young woman, born in 1984.

Juwiza Binti Khalid is the second daughter of the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Khalid Abu Bakar.

IGP's 32 year old daughter owns the company set up the year before he was appointed

Bigwigs in Malaysia are no strangers to conflict of interest, of course, but this example of it is surely one of the most breath-taking!

The fact that the man, who is supposedly in charge of keeping law and order on the streets, to which end a tight control over guns means that only he can sign permits, actually owns a company which sells these weapons and can assist in “smoothing the application” for his signature, simply defies belief.

When we started to press for further help and information on getting our Glock (and permit) the shop assistant gave us the phone number for her “boss”, whom she told us was Haji Mohd Isa. He was the one to talk to.

The boss she was referring to, of course, is none other than the other shareholder in the company, Mohd Isa bin Hussin.

Mohd Isa is the village chief of Kampung Gebok, Mantin, Negeri Sembilan, the same region as Nilai.

Should we consider it a coincidence that IGP Khalid Abu Baker was born in Kg Gebok, Mantin, Negeri Sembilan in the same year of 1957 as this village chief?

One can only assume that these two village lads went to school together, were probably friends and went hunting together as well!

[update – SR has now been informed that the relationship is even closer. That Mohd Isa bin Hussin is the IGP’s brother in law!]

But we could not check because Mohd Isa wasn’t picking up the phone.

IGP’s daughter in firearms company report: Anyone can run a business, says Deputy IGP:

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