Ex-officer ‘siphoned’ RM2.5mil in scholarships for poor students

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  • Wednesday, 16 Jan 2019

A FORMER assistant administrator with the Melaka State Education Trust Fund was remanded for allegedly siphoning off RM2.5mil meant for scholarships for poor students, Kosmo! reported.

The 31-year-old suspect is said to have used RM1.2mil for online gambling while the remaining amount is believed to have been spent on his lavish lifestyle.

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