PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has confirmed that Datuk Rohana Rozhan has returned the US$10mil (RM44.3mil) in 1MDB-linked cash and assets to the authorities.
In a statement, MACC chief commissioner Tan Sri Azam Baki said that the assets were returned to the government last year after the agency completed its investigations.
Earlier, Utusan Malaysia quoted a source familiar with the case and said that the former Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd group CEO had surrendered the cash and assets to the government last year.
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"She returned all the money and assets (involved) to the MACC, which then handed it to the government.
"With that, MACC's investigations concerning Rohana have been completed. At this point, there is nothing more needed from her," said the source.
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However, the source could not provide a detailed breakdown of the funds and assets returned, as well as the procedures involved.