Former Sabah land board GM faces five corruption charges


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  • Friday, 13 Feb 2004

KOTA KINABALU: Former Sabah Land Development Board (SLDB) general manager Datuk Wasli Mohd Said was slapped with five counts of corruption charges in the Sessions Court here yesterday. 

Wasli, 56, who later became group managing director of Sawit Kinabalu Berhad after the corporatisation of state-owned SLDB, pleaded not guilty to the five charges involving RM1mil and 3.36 million company shares. 

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