KUALA LUMPUR: Police will submit the investigation papers involving Musa Aman, in connection with his alleged criminal intimidation of Yang di-Pertua Negeri of Sabah Juhar Mahiruddin, to the deputy public prosecutors’ office next week.
Acting Sabah police commissioner Omar Mammah said police were preparing the investigation paper.
“We are completing the investigation paper and will refer it to the public prosecutor next Tuesday,“ he said when contacted by Bernama today.
The former Sabah chief minister was wanted by police for alleged criminal intimidation of Juhar during the swearing-in ceremony for state assemblymen last May 10.
Musa, who left the country after the 14th general election, only took his oath as Sungai Sibuga state assemblyman last Sept 5.
The following day, he was rushed to the National Heart Institute due to health problems while at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters to give a statement on alleged corruption.
Musa left the country on May 16 for treatment in London. He returned on Aug 21 and underwent follow-up treatment at a private hospital in Subang Jaya.