MACC sifting through flow of RM48mil cash 14


PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is zeroing in on how RM48mil of Government funds meant to uplift the rural poor was moved across an intricate web of companies.

The graftbusters are said to be probing 14 Sabah-based companies, said to be involved in the “disappearance” of the money over seven years, which is part of the RM1.5bil misappropriation of funds that MACC is looking into.

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Courts & Crime , Corruption , MACC , Sabah

   

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