Former officer to Tengku Adnan nabbed in Kuala Lumpur City Hall corruption probe

PUTRAJAYA : A former officer to Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor was among five people remanded Thursday (May 9) during a probe into alleged bribery involving Kuala Lumpur City Hall.

The suspect was part of Tengku Adnan's team when he was serving as Federal Territories Minister during the previous administration.

MACC sources confirmed the man was among those arrested and remanded while investigators conduct a probe on alleged bribery involving RM200,000.

However, sources declined to reveal the officer's involvement in the case that also involved a senior City Hall official.

On Thursday (May 9), the senior deputy director of a department, Tengku Adnan's former officer and three others were remanded for four days to assist in investigations into the alleged bribery.

The suspects, aged between 41 and 57, were arrested at a restaurant in Kuala Lumpur.

Sources said the senior City Hall officer had received money amounting to RM200,000 from several contractors as a reward for jobs awarded to them.

The contractors were believed