Yayasan Akalbudi never conducted audit, AGM, court hears in Zahid corruption trial


KUALA LUMPUR: A Yayasan Akalbudi employee told the High Court Wednesday (Feb 12) that the company - owned by Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi - had never conducted an audit, annual general meeting nor filed its financial reports with the Malaysian Companies Commission (SSM).

Mahinder Kaur, 65, said to her knowledge, the company had never done all three company-related matters throughout her appointment as its secretary since 2012.

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