Lee Hsien Yang and Li Suet Fern may have “absconded” from Singapore, never to return (or not).
But there’s one witchy woman who’s heading over here for a holiday and to celebrate Hari Raya with her daughter and grandson.
Malaysia’s Court of Appeal has allowed Rosmah Mansor’s application for the temporary release of her passport to travel to Singapore.
The wife of former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak will be allowed on our shores from 23 March to 5 May.
Rosmah has a daughter and grandson living in Singapore.
Rosmah was found guilty last year of three charges of soliciting and receiving bribes linked to a solar hybrid project in Sarawak.
She is currently out on bail pending an appeal regarding the case.
Corruption aside, Rosmah has been accused by her one-time confidante of performing bizarre black magic rituals in her quest for wealth and power.
Deepak Jaiskishan, a family friend, said that Rosmah has “no conscience” and claims she cast spells on numerous people, including her husband, former premier Abdullah Ahmad Badawi and the latter’s son-in-law Khairy Jamaluddin.
The one man who couldn’t fall prey to Rosmah’s “witchcraft”?
Dr Mahathir Mohamad who, according to Deepak, has his own “protection”.