KUALA LUMPUR,. Apart from the odd curious onlooker, things seem to have quieted down on the street where the former prime minister lives.
There was minimal movement (in and out of the house) and visitors last night, with journalists and cameramen making up most of the numbers.
At around 5pm, a couple who wished to remain anonymous and claiming to be from Pekan, Pahang, visited but stayed no more than an hour.
A convoy said to be ferrying Najib for Maghrib prayers and to break fast was then seen leaving the residences around 6.45pm, before returning several hours later slightly before 11pm.
Earlier in the day, a group of at least 20 tahfiz students from Darul Quran Ittifaqiyah school were again seen entering the corner unit, moments before Najib was seen leaving the premises.
At about 10.45pm the group of students left, presumably after performing terawih prayers.
At random points throughout the night, several groups of people came to the end of the street to snap selfies and record themselves being near the now embattled former prime minister’s home.
Pressmen on the other hand have been camping outside his house for two weeks now, in anticipation of developments.
This comes following investigations into Najib over alleged misappropriation of funds concerning SRC International Sdn Bhd and the 1Malaysia Development Berhad, with several raids and seizures already carried out on properties said to belong to Najib or linked to him