Muhyiddin challenged to Nothing to Hide 3.0


PETALING JAYA: Jaringan Melayu Malaysia (JMM) President Azwanddin Hamzah has challenged former Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin to participate in a “Nothing to Hide 3.0.”

Speaking to FMT, Azwanddin said he respected Muhyiddin’s response over not appearing for “Nothing to Hide 2.0”, although it was expected.

“Denials will happen and that’s OK, but now I want to issue a formal invite to Tan Sri Muhyiddin through the media to give me a time and date for Nothing to Hide 3.0,” he said.

Yesterday, Muhyiddin strongly denied he had agreed to participate in the “Nothing to Hide 2.0″ programme, nor did he receive any invitation to the event.

Muhyiddin also said he had twice issued denials about his purported involvement in the programme, but JMM had pushed ahead with the programme, regardless.

However, Azwanddin said that as far as he was concerned, Muhyiddin had bailed out at the last minute via media statements.

He added that to make such a big issue of the invitation was not befitting of Muhyiddin’s stature and that the former deputy prime minister should have instead focussed on the bigger issue, which was his alleged involvement with the wife of another man.

“Missing 2.0 was a huge loss for him (Muhyiddin). He must explain to the people the allegations made against him and Nothing to Hide 3.0 is the platform for that,” Azwanddin said.