Bayangan mengenai perkara itu dibangkitkan oleh Ahli Parlimen Putrajaya, Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor semasa pertemuannya dengan Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak dan Menteri Kewangan Kedua, Datuk Ahmad Husni Mohd. Hanadzlah baru-baru ini.
‘‘Ya, saya ada timbulkan pada Perdana Menteri dan Menteri Kewangan Kedua supaya jika dapat dipertimbangkan (pembayaran bonus) dan mereka senyum sahaja.
‘‘Saya yakin senyuman yang diberikan itu akan membawa kegembiraan kepada kakitangan kerajaan yang dijangka menyambut Hari Raya Puasa pada 20 September ini,” katanya kepada Utusan Malaysia di sini hari ini (1 Sept)
Berikut Biodata Tengku Adnan Posted by AhmadHadeed di http://almuslimin2.blogspot.com/
So who is this guy anyway? Dato’ Adnan was born in Malacca on 20th December 1950 at 610h, birth certificate no. 100502. Name at birth was Adnan bin Mansor. On 20th December 1962, Dato’ Adnan was 12 and a proud owner of an IC (IC no. 4079409). However, on 3rd October 1972, Dato’ Adnan had changed his name to Tengku Adnan bin Tengku Mansor. He also changed his dad’s IC name to Tengku Mansor bin Tengku Baba. Claims to be Malacca’s 3rd generation Sultanate heritage.Dato’ Adnan was once Tun M’s Setiausaha Kerja UMNO. Dato’ Adnan, a businessman, was known to be Tan Sri Vincent Tan’s favorite go-to guy for projects. Word on the street is that Dato’ Adnan has 3.5million shares in Berjaya Sports Toto via his SPV, Cimsec Nominees Sdn Bhd. Sports Toto has a total of 681 outlets nationwide and 2 overseas operations, one in Phillipines and the other in Ghana. Once upon a time, Dato’ Adnan, Tan Sri Vincent and Pahang State Govt through an SPV called PASDEC Holding Berhad used to own Bukit Tinggi Resort. After fierce pressure from the public, he relinquished his shares on 23rd May 2003.
PUTRAJAYA, Dec 2 (Bernama) — Aseam Credit Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Malayan Banking Berhad, has served a bankruptcy notice on Member of Parliament for Putrajaya Datuk Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor through law firm Messrs Paul Chong & Nathan.
It was issued by the High Court in Kuala Lumpur on Jan 13 this year and extended for 12 months from April 13.