Jho Low is back in the spotlight after his name was listed in INTERPOL’s most wanted under the red notice category.
But not so fast, as those who went online to check for themselves will have noticed there are 2 red notice lists, one that’s opened to the public and another that’s not. Jho Low has been placed on the list that’s unfortunately, not opened to the public – though if you still want to see it, you can always contact our Inspector-General of Police, Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.
Speaking of our IGP, he also recently revealed that Jho Low may possibly be hiding in…
As according to Berita Harian, Abdul Hamid informed the media that he has heard whispers of Jho Low’s presence in the district in which the coronavirus (Covid-19) was birthed.
“There is a source informing me that Jho Low is active in Wuhan. I have already informed the authorities at KLIA to watch out if he were come back with Covid-19,” he said.
Abdul Hamid is hoping that Jho Low falls victim to the virus so that he is forced to come back to Malaysia, considering how well our medical professionals are handling the infected.
“I hope he is one of the victims of COVID-19, I want to tell him that if he has the virus, he should just come back to Malaysia as so far, Ministry Of Health (MOH) is the best as 9 people have successfully healed. If he has coronavirus, tell him to come back. We’ll give him the right kind of treatment which is best for him,” he had apparently cynically added.
He also added that for now, there are no whispers on Jho Low leaving Wuhan or China.
I understand that Malaysia’s handle on the coronavirus is exemplary, but I highly doubt Jho Low would come back if he were to really contract the virus. I’m sorry, IGP, he’s just not that into you.
But I do hope Jho low gets caught soon, because come on, who knows what animal he may turn himself into next.
What do you guys think of this? Would Jho Low hide in Wuhan? Let us know in the comments section.
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