A senior aide to an Umno minister was quizzed by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission for alleged graft involving more than RM70,000.
The man, who was once a senior politician, was quizzed midnight on Wednesday and released several hours later after MACC officers here had recorded his statement.
The man is alleged to have received the money from someone but it is not immediately known what the money was for, or whom it was for.
MACC officers declined to comment on the matter. [click here: MACC quizzes minister’s senior aide]