Former PM is under fire over alleged looting of state funds as police raids on his home force his wife to issue a statement denouncing media coverage

Malaysia’s former prime minister Najib Razak has been asked to make a statement on Tuesday to anti-corruption investigators as he comes under renewed pressure about claims that he looted state funds when in power.

As his wife was forced to make a statement through her lawyers about reports of her extravagant lifestyle, Najib also faces the possible reopening of a years-long scandal involving, kickbacks, a murdered Mongolian model and his one-time close associate.

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