Najib postpones Singapore trip to help Umno in Melaka polls

KUALA LUMPUR: Former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak is seeking to push his trip to Singapore to a later date to assist Umno in the Melaka state election next month.

Najib, 68, has been allowed temporary access to his passport by the Court of Appeal on Oct 18 for him to travel to Singapore to visit his daughter Nooryana Najwa, who is due to deliver her second child.

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