Myanmar paper: Jho Low a ‘Penang conman’ and Rosmah a ‘shopaholic wrecking ball’

Najib ‘a notorious philanderer’ says columnist
as he lets fly with colourful phrases about the PM,
Rosmah, 1MDB, and Rosmah’s son Riza Aziz


It’s hilarious.

A Myanmar newspaper has described Jho Low as “a Penang conman” in a commentary that says prime minister Najib Razak is “under the sway of his wife”, calling Rosmah Mansor “a shopaholic wrecking ball”.

Najib is said to be “a notorious philanderer in his early days” but he’s not the only one; the writer says Najib was just “like most UMNO leaders” in his philandering. Give the man a cigar, I might think.

Myanmar TimesReferring to the Altantuya murder, the writer suggests that Malaysians believe that Altantuya was also Najib’s mistress besides being the lover of Najib’s associate Abdul Razak Baginda, the policy analyst who now lives in the UK after being acquitted without his defence being called for the Altantuya murder.

The commentary by writer Roger Mitton in the Myanmar Times newspaper was published last Monday, and mentioned by the DAP’s Lim Kit Siang in a statement on Saturday. Coincidentally, the columnist quotes an opposition figure who, from past experience, is known to occasionally succumb to hyperbolia extremis. Mitton writes: An opposition MP has called the fund fiasco “the mother of the mother of the mother of all scandals in the history of Malaysia.”

A stirring phrase, eh? There’s a lot more.

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Jho Low ‘caught’ in Penang nightclub raid

Famous Chung Ling old boy obliges hometown newspaper Kwong Wah Yit Poh with an interview. Kwong Wah photo

Mystery millionaire and the world’s most famous Penangite socialite, Jho Low (Low Taek Jho) spent a day back in his home town and was stuck for four hours in a nightclub after a police raid on Saturday-night revellers in George Town.
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Paris makes it hot for Jho

Penang boy gets all steamed up at party

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