Najib's questions are to trap me into committing contempt - Guan Eng


Former Penang chief minister Lim Guan Eng today said that he would not answer the 10 questions posed by former prime minister Najib Abdul Razak on the Penang undersea tunnel project, claiming that it was an attempt by Najib to trap him into committing contempt of court.

This came as Najib challenged him on Facebook three days ago to answer the questions, including on the 10 percent bribe that Lim purportedly asked from the contractor and is now the subject matter of his criminal case in court.

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