KOTA KINABALU: The lights at Sri Anggerik, the Luyang home of Sabah Umno chairman Tan Sri Musa Aman here, has remained dim over the past 10 days.
After reluctantly leaving Seri Gaya, the official chief minister’s residence a few hours before Shafie was sworn in on May 12, Musa was last seen leaving Sabah on a Malindo flight for Kuala Lumpur on May 14.
He was present at an Umno meeting chaired by acting president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi on May 16 but did not show up for an Umno supreme council meeting on May 21, Umno sources said.
After sightings in Kuala Lumpur, various sources have placed him initially in Brunei and later in Singapore, with some saying he is in London where he is consulting Queen’s Counsel in his case against the state.
Others indicate that he was on a short holiday.
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