MELAKA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has remanded a former CEO of a top Melaka government agency and two others to assist in an investigation into the alleged graft practices involving RM3mil.
The 55-year-old CEO, his former deputy aged 33 and a boat supplier aged 49 are under remand until Feb 23.
The remand order was issued by Melaka Court's Registrar Teoh Shu Yee to enable the MACC to investigate the alleged corruption believed to be linked to the procurement of boats some three years ago.
The three were produced in MACC's orange garb at the Court complex on Tuesday (Feb 19) morning.
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