Kak Ani claims to be a victim of circumstances, denies connection with the ‘Rumahku Syurgaku’ scheme

Kak Ani claims to be a victim of circumstances, denies connection with the ‘Rumahku Syurgaku’ scheme

The QUEEN of Irama Malaysia, Noraniza Idris denied having anything to do with the Rumahku Syurgaku Scheme project.

Noraniza, or more popularly known as Kak Ani, said she was not officially appointed as an ambassador for the project because there was no agreement between her and the developer company.

“We met around last Ramadan in an iftar ceremony.

“I was introduced by a partner to an individual from the company who was interested in inviting me to be an ambassador for the welfare program.

“I am open to accepting the invitation verbally since I am active in charity work.

“My only wish is to help my fellow veteran artists who are homeless and in trouble,” she said.

Noraniza was met at a special press conference at Hotel Royale Chulan, Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday.

In addition, Noraniza described herself as a victim of the situation because the introduction was made by her partner.

“After this issue went viral, I who tried to get a real explanation from the developer was however ‘dropped’ from the ‘agreement’,” she said.

The singer added that she also reminded celebrities who are interested in the project to get detailed information about the scheme so that there are no issues in the future.

“I also instructed them not to pay more than RM10 because the money will be channeled to the personal account of the party involved.

“After all, I’m not leading the project but rather just facilitating for fellow artists,” she said.

Earlier, the real estate developer who introduced the Rumahku Syurgaku scheme offered houses worth RM500,000 to artists in the name of corporate social responsibility (CSR).

Noraniza was later featured as an ambassador for Art and Culture Tourism and a Trustee through a scheme called social service charity to help the ummah.

According to the agreement, the artist only needs to pay RM10 for the delivery of the residential unit at the price involved.

However, the developer claims, if any celebrity wants to get a house worth RM1 million, they only need to pay RM10,000.

source – Gempak


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