PETALING JAYA – Former Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng returns to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) for his second round session with the investigators involving the undersea tunnel project in Penang.
Former Finance Minister arrived almost three hours late after his car suffered a tyre puncture en route to the MACC HQ.
He was accompanied by his lawyer and was seen entering the building at 12.40 pm. At around 9.30 am, Lim posted a picture of his car’s flat tyre at the North-South Highway. He informed the investigator about his location and sent a notice that he will be arriving late.
This is the second time Lim was invited for a round of questioning in connection with the on-going investigation into the Penang undersea tunnel worth RM6.3 billion.
He was first invited last Wednesday at around 1PM and ended the session at 7.13 pm without issuing a statement to the public.
According to MACC Chief Commissioner Datuk Seri Azam Baki the investigation papers involving the undersear tunnel project will be submitted to the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC) at the soonest time. The investigation was in the final stages of completion. Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow including several current and former state executive council members has also been invited by MACC to provide their statements regarding the controversial mega project.