Despite receiving significant amount of backlash from the public, Firdaus Wong Wai Hung continues to share more insights on the multiple sexual harassment allegations surrounding well-known figure Ustaz Ebit Lew.
This time, the independent preacher took to his Telegram channel to share a video of a man – believed to be an elder brother to one of Ebit Lew’s “victims” – performing a sumpah laknat in regards to the ongoing case.
So what is a sumpah laknat, you ask? To quote MMO, “‘Sumpah laknat’ literally refers to the term ‘curse swear’, and is an oath a Muslim makes to God, asking for divine retribution in the form of a curse against the other party if the latter is lying.”
In the video, the man came forth as a witness to prove that his sister had received several lewd texts and also video calls from the preacher. He also claimed that the victim ended up suffering from depression, (emotional) stress, and even attempted to commit suicide.
Prior to uploading the clip, Firdaus revealed to his followers that he had already held a discussion with the victims and their family members. It’s understood these people will be making their public appearance sooner or later to break their silence on the incident.
Furthermore, the 36-year-old stated that the victims and the rest of their family were also “very supportive” and even gave words of encouragement for him to continue his efforts in upholding the truth. “For now, their names and faces are being kept secret. The time will come for all of them to appear in public for the sake of the truth,” Firdaus wrote on his Telegram.
In related news. the police confirmed yesterday (Thursday, 23rd September) that they had opened an investigation paper after several NSFW videos and text messages allegedly linked to the famous preacher began circulating on the instant messaging app this week.
Bukit Aman CID director Datuk Seri Abdul Jalil Hassan said in a statement last night that the investigation is being conducted under Section 504 of the Penal Code for intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace, and also Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 for soliciting and sharing obscene content.
Earlier this week, Firdaus (through his Telegram channel) appeared to reveal the evidence from an individual whom he claimed to be a victim of the celebrity preacher. More on that story here.