Search result for musa — 52 articles

Musa ‘Heading For The Rocks’

08 February 2015, 9 comments

Forestry Chief Sam Mannan was reportedly hauled in last week by the Sabah Chief Minister, Musa Aman, to explain how the family of his long-term secretary had come into the possession of a major timber concession, as exposed by Sarawak Report..

Musa Pays Off Chia’s Dad With RM67million Deal – EXCLUSIVE

11 May 2014, 8 comments

Sabah’s Chief Minister Musa Aman has quietly reached a judicial settlement with the father of the scandal torn businessman Michael Chia, by granting him major logging concessions and a barging monopoly, together worth a staggering RM67,300,407. Chia, who has been exposed for running a series of secret bank accounts which…

MUSA’S SECRET DONORS -We Blow The Whistle On UMNO’s Sabah Kickbacks!

14 October 2012, 375 comments

Prime Minister will surely not mind if we spell out some of the sources of the funds that have been pouring into the UBS accounts managed by Michael Chia, which he now admits were destined for UMNO..

Royal Blunder! – William And Kate Are Set To Meet Musa In Sabah!

31 August 2012, 179 comments

Today’s confirmation by the Office of the Attorney General in Switzerland that it has opened a criminal investigation against the banking group UBS, over suspected money-laundering on behalf of Musa Aman, looks set to cause an awkward diplomatic upset for the UK. After all, the royal couple Wills and Kate are…

HSBC’s Money-Laundering Scandal – Time To Probe The Musa Connection!

19 July 2012, 156 comments

As HSBC’s Global Head of Compliance resigned in disgrace yesterday, acknowledging the bank had turned a blind eye to a staggering $38 trillian dollars of suspect transactions, thoughts in Sabah will have returned to the financial affairs of their Chief Minister, Musa Aman. The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) report into…

Najib’s Deadly Words Threaten Disaster For Musa Aman!

23 June 2012, 84 comments

Make no mistake, the authors of written parliamentary answers in response to awkward questions choose their words with utmost care.  Najib is no different. MP Chua Tian Chang had enquired of the Prime Minister what had happened to the Anti-Corruption Commission investigation into major money-laundering by the Sabah resident Michael…

More Questions In Switzerland Turn Up The Heat On UBS AG Bank – And On Musa Aman!

22 June 2012, 119 comments

The complaint in Switzerland against UBS AG, for banking timber kickbacks on behalf Sabah Chief Minister Musa Aman, has been transferred from the Zurich public prosecutor to the office of the Attorney General. This raises the matter to a federal level, indicating the potential seriousness of the case. It has…

Musa Aman – UBS AG Bank Faces Criminal Complaint In Switzerland EXCLUSIVE!

12 June 2012, 160 comments

A complaint under Swiss criminal law has been lodged by lawyers against UBS AG bank. It follows our devastating revelations about the bank’s involvement in the channelling of nearly a hundred million dollars of timber kickback money, linked to the Chief Minister of Sabah, Musa Aman. We have demonstrated how…

Nailed! Musa’s Lies Are Countered By Swiss UBS Bank In Court Evidence!

10 June 2012, 140 comments

Sabah Chief Minister, Musa Aman, branded Sarawak Report maliciously motivated liars and implied we were master forgers. However, we now challenge him to name the Swiss bank UBS AG liars as well, because their submissions to a current court case in Singapore confirm our evidence! [..]

Musa Aman And Taib Mahmud – Questions Raised In The Swiss Parliament

03 May 2012, 76 comments

Malaysia’s attempts to cover up the scandal over the international money laundering of illegal timber money by Sabah’s Chief Minister, Musa Aman, is beginning to unravel. Following our release of several of the highly incriminating documents that have come into our possession relating to the case, a number of international…

Yes, We Cooperated With Hong Kong On Musa Aman Case – Acknowledge Swiss Authorities!

22 April 2012, 98 comments

A statement from the Swiss Attorney General’s office, published today in a national newspaper, has added further dramatic proof to our evidence that Sabah’s Chief Minister, Musa Aman, has been under investigation over timber kickbacks worth at least US$90million. The Zurich-based Sunday weekly, Sonntagszeitung, was following up on our reports that…

Sabah’s Smoking Gun! Bank Statements Show That Musa Aman’s Sons Accessed Dirty Money – National Exclusive!

09 April 2012, 165 comments

Documents leaked from a Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission (MACC) enquiry have provided devastating evidence of the Sabah Chief Minister, Musa Aman’s, personal involvement in a massive timber kickback scandal, which insiders say has been subject to a high level political cover-up. Aman has always denied that he was linked to allegations…

Adenan Has Failed The Baram Test – The Rest (Sadly) Is Eco-Bluff

20 May 2015, 19 comments

The day after Chief Minister Adenan Satem’s ‘Give Me a Chance’ speech in London this month, Malaysia’s Foreign Minister Anifah Aman was raging over the phone at the High Commission….

Who Is Paying For Sirul’s UMNO-Connected Legal Team?

28 April 2015, 11 comments

After three and a half months of being holed up in the high security wing of a Sydney immigration detention centre very little has actually happened regarding the case of Sirul Azhar Umar, the bodyguard convicted of the murder of Altantuya Shaaribbuu…

Timber Concessions For Sabah Forestry Department’s Special Staff Members?

01 February 2015, 12 comments

How is it that the family of the secretary to the Sabah Director of Forestry, Sam Manan, has ended up with a whopping great logging concession in a once protected area?

Zero Logging – Why Not?

20 January 2015, 8 comments

Just last week in an exclusive interview with this blog the former PM, Mahathir Mohamad confirmed that he also believes that enough is enough when it comes to logging….

JOAS Press Statement – The Unsung Orang Asli Heroes in flood relief efforts

19 January 2015, 0 comments

The unprecedented onslaught of rain brought widespread devastation, catching everyone off guard. Not forsaken were the Orang Asli who, already making up for disproportionately high incidences of hardcore poverty in Malaysia, were severely effected as flood water ravaged their subsistence farm plots and cash crops. “Our members were sending Whatsapp…

Tougher Times For Raziah & Robert?

25 April 2014, 18 comments

A reader of Sarawak Report has alerted us to the recent sale by the Governor’s ‘pet sister’ Raziah Mahmud of one of her million dollar properties in Sydney’s top billionaire enclave of Vaucluse. The mansion at No 38 Coolong Road covers over 1,000 Square meters. To boost the sale for…


12 December 2013, 0 comments

January 2010 Sarawak Report launched June/July 2010 Sarawak Report exposes the Chief Minister of Sarawak, Taib Mahmud’s foreign property portfolio in Canada, USA and London. September 2010 Sarawak Report exposes how the sister of Taib Mahmud grabs multi-million dollar rainforest land in Sarawak for just RM250. October 2010 Sarawak Report…

NGOs send open Letter to Taib Mahmud and Torstein Sjotviet on Murum Dam

15 November 2013, 0 comments

To: YAB Pehin Sri Haji Abdul Taib Mahmud 22nd Floor, Wisma Bapa Malaysia Petra Jaya, 93502 Kuching Sarawak, Malaysia To: Mr. Torstein Dale Sjotveit Chief Executive Officer, Sarawak Energy Berhad (SEB) No. 1, The Isthmus, 93050 Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia   Subject: Respect Indigenous Penan’s Native Customary Rights over the Murum…

Sarawak Raised At UN, While Adelaide Students Protest Against Taib

19 September 2013, 16 comments

The Malaysian NGO Suaram has made a representation to the United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on Indigenous Rights, which highlights the ill-treatment of the natives of Sarawak. The oral representation by Nalini Elumalai, the Executive Director of Suaram, called for the Rapporteur, James Anaya to be allowed to personally visit East…

Open Letter To Najib Razak – Stop Taib’s Abuse of The Murum Penan

07 September 2013, 21 comments

Dear Prime Minister – As you know, Malaysia voted in favour of the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on Indigenous Rights (UNDRIP) and is a signatory to the Universal Declaration on Human Rights. Malaysia is also a member of the International Finance Corporation (formulator of the World Bank’s sustainability…

Religion Is About Deeds Not Words..

17 July 2013, 73 comments

All religions are intended to civilise us, which makes it all the more of an affront when people do the most uncivilised things in the name of religion, like attacking other people or indeed attempting to deny them their legitimate rights to their own form of faith. For these reasons…

Its Naughty And Dishonest Not To Resign Taib!

29 June 2013, 25 comments

This weekend the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) made clear that there is a huge amount of information pointing to the fact that it is Taib who is extremely “naughty and dishonest”. These are, of course, the words he famously used to describe the commission itself, when he was questioned about…

Top British Naturalist Condemns Sarawak & Sabah Logging

14 May 2013, 773 comments

One of Britain’s most popular TV personalities, the bird expert Bill Oddie, has released a video condemning the disastrous logging of the Borneo Jungle in Sarawak and Sabah. In the video he singles out the international banking system for supporting individuals like Taib Mahmud and Musa Aman, who have been…

Quite Right To Fight!

11 May 2013, 55 comments

BN should not expect Pakatan Rakyat to take their version of GE13 lying down. After all Pakatan represent the majority of the voters by a very substantial and convincing margin! Even after all the jiggery pokery with the electoral register, the bus loads of phantom voters, the mysterious additional ballot…

Hacked Off!

08 May 2013, 255 comments

As hundreds of thousands rally in Malaysia to express their fury at BN’s stolen election, Sarawak Report has suffered a relatively unimportant level of theft.  Stolen emails. In the latest ‘Black PR’ effort to try and discredit our work, it appears that hackers have been hired to attack our computers…

Down At The Airport!

02 May 2013, 560 comments

Down at the airport is where it is happening with the Malaysian elections right now. Secret flights are heading out loaded with cash. Meanwhile overloaded chartered jets are flying in crowded with foreign workers, suspected of being dragooned into voting for BN. The rats are leaving the sinking ship, while the PM is still desperately trying to win this election “at any cost”..