Reveal source of funding, soon-to-be-launched news portal told


  • Nation
  • Tuesday, 21 Mar 2017

Ho Kay Tat

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Insight, headed by co-founder of the defunct The Malaysian Insider Jahabar Sadiq, has been urged to reveal the source of the portal's funding.  

"For transparency and in the public interest, Mr Jahabar should provide their names and not let the matter be shrouded in mystery," The Edge Media Group (TEMG) chief executive officer and publisher Ho Kay Tat said in a comment published by Singapore's The Straits Times.

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