Najib reported to be back at Malaysia anti-graft agency

PHOTO: The Star/Asia News Network

PUTRAJAYA - Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak (pic) has been summoned to the Malaysian Anti Corruption Commission headquarters again.

The former prime minister is said to have arrived at the anti-graft authorities headquarters in Putrajaya at around 10am on Tuesday (Oct 16).

Sources confirmed that he is "already in the building" but is tight-lipped over what Najib was called in for.

However, it is believed that the former prime minister is back to answer queries on 1MDB.

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