Najib enjoys his Ramadan and holiday at hometown

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Najib at the souk/bazaar shopping and taking photos with his admirers

Being ousted after badly defeated at the 14th General Election, or being blacklisted and barred from travelling overseas by the new government of Pakatan Harapan, or being probed by Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) or accused of having stolen public money from 1MDB, none of this has ever shaken former Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

He was ousted on May 9 after Barisan Nasional (BN)`s shocking defeat in the general election. And since then he could not travel abroad with his family for holidays after a long tedious election campaign. He stays at home and enjoys the fasting month of Ramadan with his people at his hometown Pekan.

Browsing at his Facebook posts, Najib seems to be enjoying earth now. He goes to the popular open market (bazaar or souk) to buy some yummy food for his iftar and sahor, takes pictures with ordinary citizens that he never used to meet before when he was in power, and spends much time at the mosque performing his prayers day and night.

Former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak is also preparing for his Hari Raya open house which will take place this Friday at his residence in Pekan, Pahang.

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He is totally free now, especially after stepping down from his political party UMNO. Nevertheless, he is so busy writing and posting his thoughts and pictures on his Facebook.

While many big countries are searching and investigating into the alleged misappropriated billions of money from1MDB fund and accusing Mr. MO1 (Najib) of having had a big hand in this money laundering scandal allegations, but Najib has been keeping cool and maintaining his denial of any wrongdoing.

He denies that he has stolen 1MDB money as well as denies that he had turned the country into a miserable financial mess with over RM1 trillion debts.

-Malaysia World News

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