PETALING JAYA: Invoke Solutions Sdn Bhd, the data firm founded by Rafizi Ramli, was raided by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) last night, the PKR deputy president said.
Rafizi claimed the raid came after an NGO lodged a report against him over his assets declaration, and that his employees were questioned for up to seven hours, according to Berita Harian.
Rafizi, the Pakatan Harapan candidate for the Pandan parliamentary seat, took aim at MACC chief commissioner Azam Baki, accusing him of sending officers to raid the Invoke office and “disturbing” them up until 9pm.
“Every sen involving the company belongs to investors and me, it’s not public funds,” he maintained in a speech at a ceramah last night.
Last week, it was reported that MACC was investigating Rafizi’s assets declaration, after a report was lodged urging the agency to specifically look into Invoke.
Rafizi had declared RM18,851,350 in net assets as at Oct 31.
Meanwhile, police have said the investigation into Rafizi’s allegation against environment and water minister Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man over a RM2 billion flood mitigation project had been referred to MACC.