All quiet at Najib’s residence in Pavillion


KUALA LUMPUR: Aside for about a dozen members of the press, the situation outside Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak’s official residence at Langgak Duta remains quiet.

A number of reporters, videographers and photographers had camped out at the house from as early as 8am on Wednesday (Dec 8).

They began to leave at around 11am when they received word that Najib was at his residence in Pavillion.

Media personnel are now camped out at Pavillion, in hopes of catching a glimpse of Najib following the Court of Appeal decision to uphold his conviction.

More to come

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