Sabah MACC detains ex-senior manager of GLC for bribery

26/1/2022 3:12:00 PM

Sabah MACC detains ex-senior manager of GLC for bribery

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Sabah MACC detains ex-senior manager of GLC for bribery

KOTA KINABALU: A former senior manager of a government-linked company ( GLC ) was detained by the Malaysian Anti- Corruption Commission (MACC) of Sabah to help in investigation in connection with a bribery case involving RM170,000.

The suspect is believed to have received bribery in the form of cash and renovation to his house estimated to be worth RM170,000 from the contractor, in return for facilitating all payment claims for work which the contractor had carried out.Sabah MACC director Datuk S. Karunanithy, when contacted, confirmed the arrest. The case is being investigated under Section 16 (a)(A) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009. - Bernama

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According to sources, the 51-year-old man was detained at about 9.× Copy URL The Sabah Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission detains a former senior manager of a government-linked company to facilitate investigations into a bribery case involving RM170,000.× Salin URL Seorang bekas pengurus kanan syarikat GLC ditahan berhubung kes suapan berjumlah RM170,000..

30am on Wednesday (Jan 26) at the Sabah MACC Office when he turned up to give his statement. The suspect is believed to have received bribery in the form of cash and renovation to his house estimated to be worth RM170,000 from the contractor, in return for facilitating all payment claims for work which the contractor had carried out. THE Sabah Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) detained a former senior manager of a government-linked company to facilitate investigations into a bribery case involving RM170,000. Sabah MACC director Datuk S. Menurut sumber, lelaki berusia 51 tahun itu ditahan kira-kira 9. Karunanithy, when contacted, confirmed the arrest.30am today at the Sabah MACC office when he turned up to give his statement. The case is being investigated under Section 16 (a)(A) of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009.

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