Johari: Wrongdoers must answer for their misdeeds

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Johari Abdul Ghani (pic) has vowed not to come to the defence of any Umno leader found guilty of committing an offence.

Johari, who is the Second Finance Minister and also Titiwangsa MP said this while explaining controversies surrounding state-investor 1Malaysia Development Berhad at the opening of the Cheras Umno division meeting on Sunday.

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