Video scandal: J-Kom training director denies he's Mr H

Datuk Dr Mohammad Agus Yusoff (left) and Abdul Wahab Abdul Kadir Jilani. -Bernamapic

PETALING JAYA: Community Communications Department (J-Kom) training division director Muhamad Hakim Ramlee denies he is Mr H, the person said to be behind a video that implicates the department's former director-general Datuk Dr Mohammad Agus Yusoff.

Muhamad Hakim strongly denied blogger Raja Petra Kamarudin's accusation that he was the 'Mr H' concerned.

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"I have been advised not to comment further on this. However, I deny the claims. What does this situation have to do with me?" he was quoted as saying by a Malay daily.

Muhamad Hakim also said he was still a PKR member.

This came after Raja Petra accused Muhamad Hakim of being the person behind the viral video of a conversation between Mohammad Agus and J-Kom assistant officer Abdul Wahab Abdul Kadir Jilani.

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At a joint press conference on Friday (Nov 17), Abdul Wahab claimed that he was ordered by a superior dubbed 'Mr H' to record a video call between Mohammad Agus and him.

Abdul Wahab, however, the audio heard in the video was added in as the original was recorded without sound.

Mohammad Agus denied the veracity of the video, saying it had been doctored to tarnish his reputation.

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