MBSA personnel vow to be free from bribery

Alias (second from left) witnessing the corruption-free pledge by (from left) Mohd Zulfahmee, Cheremi, MBSA councillor Muhammad Shakir Ameer Mohideen and deputy managing secretary Asmah Mohd Zin.

A TOTAL of 800 personnel from Shah Alam City Council (MBSA) took a pledge to be free of bribery during the local authority’s Integrity Day 2023.

Acting Shah Alam mayor Cheremi Tarman signed a Corruption-Free Pledge at MBSA Convention Centre, witnessed by Selangor Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) director Datuk Alias Salim.

In a statement, MBSA Corporate and Public Relations head Mohd Azhar Mohd Sharif said the programme aimed to improve awareness and understanding of workplace integrity.

“It also provided a space for the staff to share their ideas and experiences during panel discussions,” he said.

One activity was an interactive integrity chat session hosted by MBSA Integrity Unit head Mohd Zulfahmee Ismail.

It featured celebrity speaker Muhd Hafiz Haneefa (PU Hafiz), councillor Muhammad Nabil Norhalim and MBSA Legal head Mohd Sofian Abdul Rahman.

There was also a talk delivered by Alias who warned about abuse of power among civil servants.

An exhibition was also held involving various government agencies, including National Anti-Drugs Agency, Malaysia Institute of Integrity, MACC, Sungai Buloh Prison Department, Royal Malaysia Police, Employees’ Provident Fund, Selangor Zakat Board, Selangor Counselling Unit and MBSA Integrity Unit.

A finance negotiator was also at hand to give advice.

During the event, several awards for integrity were presented.

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