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MACC questions 7 over Mara issue

More people are expected to be called up as part of investigations.

Bernama
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The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters in Putrajaya.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission headquarters in Putrajaya.

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has recorded the statements of seven individuals to assist in investigations into allegations of wrongdoing and integrity issues involving several senior officers of Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara).

MACC chief commissioner Azam Baki said the individuals called up included employees from Mara, Mara Corporation and a corporate secretarial company also involved.

“MACC will call several other individuals from these three entities to have their statements recorded,” he told Bernama last night.

However he refused to divulge the number of individuals to be called up.

Asked if he had received any report of wrongdoing involving Mara Corp executive director Suhaili Abdul Rahman who is alleged to have used the company’s corporate credit card, Azam replied that no report has been received.

He said so far, MACC’s investigation was only on issues of wrongdoing and integrity involving senior officers of Mara and Mara Corp.

On Feb 5, MACC confirmed receiving a report on alleged integrity issues involving several senior officers of Mara, who are being investigated internally by the agency.

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