KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court was told that RM90.9mil flowed into the private bank account of former prime minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak in October and November of 2012.
AmBank (M) Bhd Jalan Raja Chulan branch manager, R. Uma Devi, testified that based on the bank account statements, some RM15,149,963.64 went into his account ending with 694 on Oct 31, 2012.
Another RM75,749,963.64 went in the same account on Nov 20, 2012.
The 37th prosecution witness said this when reading her witness statement during the examination-in-chief conducted by Deputy Public Prosecutor Najwa Bistamam in the RM2.28bil 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) involving Najib here on Monday (Sept 26).
The court also heard from the witness that in November and December 2011, the Pekan MP issued cheques amounting to RM2,494,000 to several parties.
These parties included Semarak Konsortium Satu Sdn Bhd (RM494,900.00), Yayasan Rahah (RM1mil), ORB Solutions Sdn Bhd (RM450,000), Mashi Publication Sdn Bhd (RM30,000) and Transformasi Kreatif (RM520,000).
Najib, 69, is facing four charges of using his position to obtain bribes totalling RM2.28bil from 1MDB funds and 21 charges of money laundering involving the same amount.
The hearing continues before Justice Collin Lawrence Sequerah this afternoon.