Drama at Protasco EGM, new twist in boardroom tussle

Ooi (left) and Tey speaking to the media.

KUALA LUMPUR: It was supposed to be D-Day for Protasco Bhd shareholders as they were to vote on removing company directors at an EGM.

The boardroom tussle, however, took a new twist after shareholders Tey Por Yee and Ooi Kock Aun obtained an ex-parte injunction on Nov 25 to stop executive vice-chairman and group MD Datuk Seri Chong Ket Pen and two other shareholders from voting at the EGM.

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