Ewein founder died after falling from 17th floor condominium
This has been a topic of interest in at least 3 different Whatsapp groups which I am part of. Some have their own theories what happened but I guess the police would have the final say once they have completed their investigations. For now, deepest condolences to his loved ones and wish the truth will be out very soon as to what really happened at 2 am.
Article in theedgemarkets.com Ewein founder and executive chairman Datuk Ewe Swee Kheng died after falling from a high-end condominium at Jalan Kelawai, Penang this morning, reported Sin Chew. The deceased fell from the 17th floor of the condominium and into a pool at around 2am this morning, reported the Chinese-language daily.
It was reported that Ewe was one of the prosecution witnesses in the RM6.3 billion Penang undersea tunnel project involving former Penang chief minister and finance minister Lim Guan Eng.
Ewe had been remanded by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in January 2018 for the investigation. During that time, the property developer of the City of Dreams luxury sea-front development in Bandar Tanjong Pinang, Penang maintained that neither Ewein nor its subsidiaries are involved in the undersea tunnel project. Please do read the full article for more details: Article in theedgemarkets.com
Just wait for the final investigation outcome from the police
Let’s hope the investigation findings from the police will be out soonest possible as this is considered a case with a big public interest currently. As for everyone with their own stories, just note that anything which has not been confirmed is considered a FAKE NEWS yeah. Yes, this is the same as spreading some unverified information about Covid-19 just because you TRUSTED the friend who forwarded you the news. Just wait. Thanks.
Property News Malaysia? Sign up for daily investment news updates (FREE since Nov 2013 and FOREVER). Alternatively, Follow me on Telegram here.
Please LIKE kopiandproperty.com FB page to get daily updates about the property market beyond kopiandproperty.com articles. Else, follow me on Twitter here.
Next suggested article: Sometimes it’s just too good to be true
Header Photo by Ono Kosuki from Pexels