The government yet to verify the authenticity of Musa's medical reports.

Nor Ain Mohamed Radhi

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has yet to verify the authenticity of former Sabah Chief Minister Tan Sri Musa Aman medical reports.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Liew Vui Keong said he was informed that the two medical reports were issued from a hospital in United Kingdom and a local private hospital respectively.

“At the moment, no verification has been made by the government doctor on the validity of the two medical reports,” he told reporters when met at the Parliament building today.

Asked on how long it takes for the medical reports to be verified, Liew said it depends to the Attorney-General’s Chambers to make a request for the purpose.

Musa is being sought by the police to assist with investigations into a criminal intimidation case filed by Yang Di-pertua Negeri Tun Juhar Mahiruddin.

He has also yet to be sworn in as assemblyman (Sungai Sibuga).

After the 14th general election, Musa left the country shortly after Parti Warisan Sabah president Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal was sworn-in as Sabah Chief Minister before Juhar on May 12 and took over the initially Musa-led government.

Musa’s sudden disappearance and unknown whereabouts became talk of the town.

However, Musa later cleared the air, explaining he was seeking medical treatment in the United Kingdom. He did not elaborate on his health condition.

On Aug 21, Musa returned to Malaysia but was immediately warded at a private hospital in Subang Jaya. © New Straits Times Press (M) Bhd