SHAH ALAM: Investigations into Gempita and Adnan deals. Two company officials have been remanded by the Anti Corruption Commission in connection into investigations into the supply of equipment destined for military vehicles.
From the Star.
PUTRAJAYA: Graft investigators are to question more people in a further probe into alleged bribery in awarding projects to supply equipment for military armoured vehicles valued at RM17mil.
Investigators are not discounting more arrests as they delve deeper into the case, following the arrests and remand of two company officials who they believed had accepted bribes to approve the projects.
The two are the company’s chief executive officer as well as its chief financial officer who were arrested at the Malaysian-Anti Corruption Commission headquarters when they were ordered to be present to have their statement recorded.
The 45-year-old CEO was arrested at 10pm on Sunday while the CFO, a 53-year-old woman, was detained later at 11.50pm on the same day.
It is interesting to note that Malaysiakini on the same issue, reported that the CEO is 53 and the CFO as 45. As reported above it is likely more people will be rope to help in the probe.
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