0728 GMT August 17, 2018
The official at Malaysia's Anti-Corruption Commission, who declined to be identified because of the case's sensitivity, said the commission served a notice to Najib at his house Friday requesting that he appear next Tuesday for questioning in the 1MDB case, AP wrote.
The official said Najib acknowledged the request. Najib's lawyer, Harpal Singh Grewal, said he wasn't aware of the summons but that Najib had earlier promised to cooperate with authorities.
The new government reopened a probe into 1MDB, which is being investigated abroad, after the shocking electoral defeat last week of Najib's coalition.