18 December 2015

Simulator golf YaPEIM, nak latih anak2 yatim pukoi golf kot...


YaPEIM miliki simulator golf...

Pusat Pemantauan dan Pendedahan Maklumat Kebangsaan (NOW) hari ini mendakwa Yayasan Pembangunan Ekonomi Islam Malaysia (Yapeim) memiliki peralatan simulator golf di sebuah pusat latihan.

Pengarah NOW Akmal Nasrullah Mohd Nasir mempersoalkan keperluan Yapeim untuk memiliki simulator itu sedangkan ia sebuah yayasan berteraskan amal jariah dengan misi ‘Membangun Ummah Melalui Budaya Beramal Jariah’.

Pada sidang akhbarnya hari ini, Akmal membentangkan dua dokumen - penyata kewangan Yapeim 2014 dan belanjawan Yapeim 2013.

"Laporan Bajet 2013 menunjukkan bahawa Kelab Sukan Korporat Yapeim telah menjalankan lapan aktiviti golf bersama warganya dan kakitangan agensi-agensi lain," katanya.

"Aktiviti lain (golf) adalah untuk menubuhkan sebuah 'Pusat Latihan Input Golf’ sebagai khidmat latihan program sukan korporat untuk Yapeim," menurut laporan bajet 2013 itu.

Input atau Institut Penyelidikan dan Perundingan Yapeim Sdn Bhd, adalah salah satu daripada enam anak syarikat yang dimiliki oleh Yapeim.

Perniagaan utama Input adalah untuk menyediakan perkhidmatan latihan, penyelidikan dan perundingan mengenai pelbagai perkara yang memberi faedah kepada masyarakat Islam mengikut sistem pengurusan moden yang berlandaskan hukum Syarak.


Menurut Akmal Nasrullah, penyata kewangan 2014 menyenaraikan simulator golf itu sebagai antara aset yang susut nilai.

Salinan penyata kewangan dan bajet itu juga diedarkan kepada media.

"Berdasarkan maklumat awam, NOW melawat simulator golf sukan Input," kata Akmal Nasrullah.

Beliau juga menunjukkan gambar pusat sukan itu yang didakwanya terletak di pusat komersial popular, Mentari Business Park.

Gambar itu juga memaparkan papan tanda "Pusat Latihan INPUT Golf" dan papan tanda dimiliki oleh "YaPEIM INPUT" di hadapan premis tersebut.

Sehubungan itu, beliau menuntut Yapeim mendedahkan kos dan jumlah peralatan simulator golf yang dibeli.

Malaysiakini telah cuba menghubungi Timbalan Presiden Yapeim Datuk Zaleha Hussin untuk mendapatkan ulasannya. - mk


Skandal terbaru YaPEIM yg didedahkan oleh Pengarah NOW Sdr Akmal Akmal Nasir. Beli peralatan golf simulator satu lagi aktiviti amal jariah?

Kalu nak tau inilah yang dinamakan Pusat Golf Simulator,kosnya taklah murah tetapi ia memberi keselesaan pada bakal2 pemain Golf yang akan beraksi dipadang Golf nanti.

Semoga anak-anak yatim dan miskin bolehlah gunakan kemudahan ini sebaik mungkin, lagi pun mereka layak untuk menikmati apa yang didermkan kepada mereka oleh orang ramai dan penjawat awam.

NOW wants answers on YaPEIM’s alleged golf simulator

Ringgit akan kekal lemah dalam tahun 2016. Bukan sahaja kereta-kereta jenama antarabangsa yang akan naik harga, PROTON juga telah umumkan kemungkinan naik harga. 

Jangan salahkan pengilang atau PROTON; salahkan Najib Razak kerana mengutip cukai di antara 85% hingga 150% ke atas setiap kereta yang dijual. 

Setiap tahun kerajaan mengutip cukai dari kenderaan sekitar RM17 bilion; menjadikan cukai kenderaan di Malaysia antara yang tertinggi di dunia. Selagi kerajaan berkeras mengutip cukai eksais ke atas kereta ini, Manifesto Najib untuk turunkan harga kereta hanyalah #janjidicapati - RR

Dakwaan Terbaru WSJ - 1MDB Bayar $850 Juta Kepada Syarikat Yang Namanya MIRIP Syarikat Kepunyaan IPIC

WSJ drops US$850m bombshell on 1MDB...

Transfer deepens mystery over 1MDB state-investment fund, which is under investigation in at least six countries.

A troubled Malaysian state investment fund sent at least $850 million last year to an offshore entity set up to appear that it was owned by an Abu Dhabi sovereign-wealth fund, a transfer which deepens the mystery over billions of dollars that are unaccounted for, according to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal and people familiar with the matter.

The 1Malaysia Development Bhd. fund, or 1MDB, set up by Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak in 2009 to promote economic development, is under investigation in at least six countries over a broad array of allegations that money was siphoned off for political spending and for personal gain.

One focus of investigation is $2.4 billion in payments that 1MDB said it made to a unit of Abu Dhabi’s International Petroleum Investment Co., or IPIC, as part of a deal involving the Malaysian fund’s purchase of power plants. The Journal reported in September that IPIC officials had concluded they did not receive the money, according to people familiar with the matter.

A 1MDB unit transferred at least $850 million via three transactions last year to a British Virgin Islands-registered company with a name that made it look like it was controlled by IPIC, according to wire transfer documents viewed by the Journal and two people familiar with the matter.

The 1MDB fund sent the money to “Aabar Investments PJS Ltd.” which closely resembles the name of IPIC’s wholly owned subsidiary Aabar Investments PJS, the wire documents show.

Aabar, the IPIC subsidiary, is an Abu Dhabi-registered company that holds prominent investments in the space tourism venture Virgin Galactic and a 5.1% stake in UniCredit SpA, Italy’s biggest bank.

Executives at IPIC and Aabar investigating the transfers have concluded neither of the two Abu Dhabi funds ever owned or controlled the British Virgin Islands company, according to the people familiar with the matter. Records in the British Virgin Islands don’t give any details on the owners or directors of the company.

The records show the British Virgin Islands firm was incorporated on March 14, 2012, and liquidated on June 23 this year, a time of growing criticism of 1MDB from opposition politicians and within Mr. Najib’s ruling party.

The 1MDB fund, in a statement to the Journal after publication of this article, did not reply to questions previously submitted about the transfers. The statement said “that the Wall Street Journal continues its campaign to malign 1MDB.” The fund also said it was cooperating with investigators. 1MDB in the past has said it stands by its financial statements, which show it made the payments to the Abu Dhabi fund.

An IPIC spokesman did not respond to questions. The Abu Dhabi fund hasn’t made any public statements about its relationship with 1MDB or the missing money.

Mr. Najib promised the fund would spur economic development by investing in new industries like renewable energy. But it has only bought existing power plants and land, while rolling up over $11 billion in debt that it is struggling to repay.

The transfers involving Abu Dhabi are among a series of transactions by 1MDB that are the focus of investigations. In Malaysia, the fund is being probed by the auditor general, the nation’s anticorruption body, the central bank and a parliamentary committee.


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In 2012, 1MDB issued $3.5 billion in bonds to fund the purchase of power plants in Malaysia and overseas. The Abu Dhabi fund guaranteed the bonds.

The 1MDB fund’s publicly-available financial statements for the year ending March 31, 2013, show it paid $1.4 billion to IPIC’s unit Aabar as collateral for guaranteeing the bonds. The Malaysian fund said it paid another $993 million to Aabar in 2014 to cancel options granted to IPIC to buy a stake in 1MDB’s power assets, according to a copy of a draft report into 1MDB by Malaysia’s auditor general and 1MDB board minutes reviewed by the Journal.

Officials at IPIC say neither they nor any subsidiary received this money, the Journal reported. It is not clear why the payments were made to Aabar since IPIC made the guarantee.

IPIC’s consolidated financial statements, which include Aabar, make no reference to the collateral payment. A footnote in the 2014 statements said that as of the end of that year 1MDB owed IPIC $481.3 million in outstanding payments for the options.

No substantial amount of money was received by IPIC, the people familiar with the matter said. It isn’t clear how IPIC arrived at the $481.3 million figure and whether it relates to the $993 million transfer 1MDB says it made to IPIC as partial payment to cancel the options.

IPIC’s former managing director, Khadem Al Qubaisi, was dismissed in April by a presidential decree. The new management team of IPIC has been scrutinizing Mr. Al Qubaisi’s activity at the fund, according to the people familiar with the matter.

A London-based representative of Mr. Al Qubaisi said he declined to comment.

The latest twist in the 1MDB saga comes as Mr. Najib battles a separate scandal linked to the fund. Malaysian investigators said earlier this year that nearly $700 million was transferred into his personal bank accounts through entities linked to 1MDB, including a private Swiss bank owned by IPIC.

The source of the funds was unclear and the government investigation didn’t detail what happened to the money that allegedly went into Mr. Najib’s accounts.

Malaysia’s anticorruption body in August said the funds were a donation from the Middle East. The donor wasn’t specified.

Mr. Najib has denied wrongdoing and said he didn’t use any money for personal gain. He said this month that using money from a donor was appropriate and legal.

As well as Malaysia and Abu Dhabi, authorities in the U.S., Switzerland, Singapore, and Hong Kong are looking at 1MDB’s activities. - Bradley Hope,WSJ 

1MDB - Another RM3.7 Billion Missing Last Year

Di Mana RM2.6 Bilion ?


Jahat sungguh DAP.Bagi bantuan plak.Kerajaan Negeri memberi bantuan RM1,000 kepada bakal mahasiswa tanpa melihat latar belakang kaum atau agama, yang melanjut pelajaran ke universiti tempatan.Menyifatkan bantuan itu sebagai yang tertinggi diberi kepada bakal mahasiswa berbanding negeri lain di Malaysia, Ketua Menteri Pulau Pinang, Lim Guan Eng, berkata jumlah itu diberi asalkan anak jati Pulau Pinang.


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