Former IGP Musa Hassan appointed to Universiti Sains Islam board of directors


PETALING JAYA: Former Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Musa Hassan has been appointed to the Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) board of directors.

The university congratulated Musa on his appointment, which took effect on May 15, in a Facebook post on Tuesday (June 2).

The appointment is effective until May 14,2023.

“We are grateful and congratulate Tan Sri on his appointment as a new member, ” it said.

In a tweet on Wednesday (June 3) morning, Musa said the appointment is a heavy trust placed on him to propel USIM towards excellence.

“Thank you for your well wishes.

“InsyaAllah (God willing) with all your prayers, I pray to the Almighty to give me strength and guidance to do my best, ” he tweeted.

On Sunday (May 31), he tweeted that those who accept positions in government-linked companies (GLC), public services or political positions must serve the rakyat and not for personal interest.

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