Singapore authorities: No offence committed during Johor politician's visit
There was no offence committed during former Johor chief minister Abdul Ghani Othman's visit to Singapore earlier this month, said the Ministry of Home Affairs and Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday.
Their joint statement came in the wake of a police report that was lodged about Mr Ghani's visit, which happened on May 2, during the Malaysian general election campaign.
The statement said the Singapore police found "no offence" disclosed in the report lodged with them.
"The acts referred to in the report such as arriving in Singapore, having breakfast or speaking to reporters do not constitute an offence."