“Permintaan bekalan belut yang tinggi terutama peniaga kedai makan telah mendorong saya mengambil keputusan berhenti kerja sebagai pemandu lori'.
MARANG: Keputusan seorang pemandu lori berhenti kerja untuk beralih bidang sebagai pembekal belut ternyata berbaloi apabila mampu peroleh pendapatan lumayan antara RM20,000 sehingga RM30,000 sebulan.
Muhamad Zulkifli Yusof, 28, dari Kampung Binjai Bongkok di sini berkata, pada masa ini, dia memerlukan bekalan belut lebih 1.Judge Rushan Lutfi Mohamed also ordered Mohd Zakiuddin Ridzuan to serve a further six months in jail if he was unable to pay the fine.A JOHOR BAHRU (June 20): A retiree here was cheated of RM652,500 by a man claiming to be a police officer who accused him of taking prohibited medicines and being involved in money laundering.× Copy URL A retiree in Johor Baru is cheated of RM652,500 by a man claiming to be a police officer, who trumped up allegations the former was taking prohibited medicines and laundering money.
3 tan sebulan bagi menampung permintaan pelanggan yang tinggi terutama di bandar Kuala Terengganu.Katanya, perniagaan tersebut diusahakannya sejak dua tahun lalu ketika pelaksanaan Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan (PKP) pada 2020.He was said to have accepted the bribe from one A.“Permintaan bekalan belut yang tinggi terutama peniaga kedai makan telah mendorong saya mengambil keputusan berhenti kerja sebagai pemandu lori."Without making any checks, the victim then transferred his savings of RM652,500 via 22 transactions between May 11 and June 5 this year to a local bank account given by the man.“Pada setiap minggu, saya terpaksa mendapatkan bekalan belut di beberapa negeri terma-suk Melaka, Perak dan Kelantan untuk menampung permintaan pelanggan,” katanya ketika ditemui Utusan Malaysia di sini semalam.Mohd Zakiudin was charged under Section 16(a) (A) of the MACC Act 2009, which was punishable under Section 24(1) of the same legislation.Zulkifli yang lebih dikenali ‘Yo Belut’ memberitahu, isterinya, Izzati Yusof, 29, turut membantu dalam perniagaan itu dengan menghantar bekalan belut kepada pelanggan di bandar Kuala Terengganu.“Without making any checks, the victim then transferred his savings of RM652,500 via 22 transactions between May 11 and June 5 this year to a local bank account given by the man.
Tambahnya, dia juga mendapat tempahan belut dari beberapa daerah di negeri ini tetapi terpaksa ditolak kerana tidak dapat memenuhi permintaan.Earlier in Tuesday's (June 21) proceeding, Mohd Zakiuddin, who was unrepresented, appealed to the court for a light sentence as this was his first offence.Amran advised the public not to believe so-called enforcement officers who asked them to transfer their money into other accounts.“Harga belut spesies paya, sawah serta pasir dijual pada harga RM28 sekilogram, manakala belut albino pula lebih mahal boleh mencecah RM100 seekor,” jelasnya.Katanya, bekalan belut agak terhad kerana tidak ramai yang mengusahakan ternakan belut secara komersial di negara ini.He had also been finding it difficult to secure a permanent job since he lost his previous one and supported his family by working as an ehailing driver.“Sebahagian penternak belut pula didapati menternak belut secara kecil-kecilan,” katanya..Article type: free.– Bernama, June 20, 2022.
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