MACC investigations director Mustafar Ali said officers from the commission's headquarters here met with the senior minister in his office in Putrajaya at 3.30pm on Tuesday.
They spent about two-hours recording his statement, Mustafar told a press conference here Thursday.
He also stressed that the senior minister was not under investigation over the matter.
It was reported that the former political secretary, who tendered his resignation on Feb 14, was arrested on Feb 11 in Penang for an alleged offence under the MACC Act 2009 and Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorism Financing Act 2001. He was freed on Feb 14 on RM50,000 bail with a guarantor. - The Star Online
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