The directors, aged between 31 and 48, were arrested on Wednesday evening when they were summoned to have their statements recorded at the MACC headquarters here.
A source said MACC had also identified the government agency officials involved in the case.
“MACC is expecting to carry out a series of arrests on those involved,” said the source.
The source said the company involved was believed to have presented fake information to make the bid for a tender.
The company, according to the source, does not have the right qualifications to carry out the task and failed a technical and financial evaluation.
“However, the company was awarded the job when the conditions for the tender was set aside.”
It was believed a sum of RM5mil changed hands for the tender to be awarded.
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