'There is no need to make noise, just tell him to come and see us' says the graftbuster's deputy chief commissioner.
Its deputy chief commissioner Azam Baki confirms details revealed by highly-placed sources.
UPDATED 8.31PM | MACC deputy chief commissioner (Operations) Azam Baki says Rosmah Mansor may be charged too.
He urges those with information over the allegation of the missing US$12mil in gov't funds to help investigators.
The MACC is almost done with local investigations and will now turn to evidence from abroad.
After Dzulkifli's exit, will former chief Abu Kassim return to finish his job, or will it be someone new?
Azam Baki also says that statements have been recorded from 127 witnesses so far.
MACC's Azam Baki says this in response to Isa's lawyer who argued he was remanded as a 'witness'.
Investigations are still in the early stages, so the press must not speculate on follow up actions, says MACC No 2.
'Having a lot of wealth doesn't mean that you are corrupt,' says MACC deputy commissioner Azam Baki.
Azam Baki says the probe into the protection racket is still on with no influence from other parties.
UPDATED 7.24PM | 'Whether or not he will be remanded or released, we will decide on Friday morning.'
At present, MACC can't act unless someone lodges a report.
The denial implies that several media organisations published fake reports.
Azam Baki notes how an 'entire office' goes on golf trips with suppliers and contractors.
UPDATED 7.25PM | RM15m given to publish book on a leader, but not a single copy printed so far.