MACC raids Irwan’s house, family members stop media from taking photos
The MACC today raided the house of former secretary-general of the Treasury Irwan Serigar Abdullah at Precinct 8 in Putrajaya.
Irwan was taken by team of five MACC officials in a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) to his house at 4.30 pm.
Earlier at about 3.30pm, Mohd Irwan Siregar was called to the MACC headquarters to complete the final process of investigation.
According to a statement from the MACC, Irwan and former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak will be charged tomorrow regarding investigations into several cases of breach of trust involving Malaysian government funds.
The raid on Irwan's house lasted 15 minutes before he was taken back to the MACC headquarters.
When leaving the house, the MACC officers were seen carrying a briefcase and two coats belonging to Irwan.
There was a slight commotion when reporters and photographers who were outside Irwan's house to record the raiding session were prevented from doing so by family members who asked them to delete the photographs taken.