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Neneng is not an innocent
housewife: Rosalina

Neneng is not an innocent housewife: RosalinaNeneng Sri Wahyuni is not the innocent wife of high-profile graftsuspect Muhammad Nazaruddin, according to his alleged co-conspirator.Graft defendant Mindo Rosalina Manulang says that Neneng, now on thelam from graft charges, held a position at a holding company owned byNazaruddin, Rosalina's former boss at Permai Group.The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) named Neneng as a suspectlast week in a graft case surrounding a solar energy project at theManpower and Transmigration Ministry.Interpol issued  a red notice for Neneng on Saturday, based on theKPK’s arrest warrant.The former Democratic Party treasurer reportedly sent a letterPresident Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono offering to go to prison and notimplicate Democratic Party politicians in the scandal in exchange forprotecting his family from investigation.Nazaruddin maintained that Neneng was a mere housewife who knewnothing about the graft allegations.Rosalina, however, denied Nazaruddin's statement when speaking toreporters outside the Corruption Court in Jakarta on Friday.“Everybody knows. Several witnesses have also mentioned [Neneng’s]position [in the Permai Group]. You should’ve known that already,”Rosalina said.“[Neneng] also worked there. My witness, Bu Yuliani, said thatyesterday. You can rewind [your records],” she added, as quoted bytempointeraktif.com.

Neneng Sri Wahyuni is not the innocent wife of high-profile graft suspect Muhammad Nazaruddin, according to his alleged co-conspirator.

Graft defendant Mindo Rosalina Manulang says that Neneng, now on the lam from graft charges, held a position at a holding company owned by Nazaruddin, Rosalina's former boss at Permai Group.

The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) named Neneng as a suspect last week in a graft case surrounding a solar energy project at the Manpower and Transmigration Ministry.

Interpol issued a red notice for Neneng on Saturday, based on the KPK’s arrest warrant.

Nazaruddin, a former Democratic Party treasurer, reportedly sent a letter President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono offering to go to prison and not implicate Democratic Party politicians in the scandal in exchange for protecting his family from investigation.

Nazaruddin maintained that Neneng was a mere housewife who knew nothing about the graft allegations.

Rosalina, however, denied Nazaruddin's statement when speaking to reporters outside the Corruption Court in Jakarta on Friday.

“Everybody knows. Several witnesses have also mentioned [Neneng’s] position [in the Permai Group]. You should’ve known that already,” Rosalina said.

“[Neneng] also worked there. My witness, Bu Yuliani, said that yesterday. You can rewind [your records],” she added, as quoted by tempointeraktif.com.

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