PUTRAJAYA: A director of an advertising company will be charged with 10 counts of making false claims.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has been given the green light to charge the director.
He is expected to be at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions court on Monday (July 27) at 9am.
According to earlier reports, the director, along with two other directors of the same company were questioned for alleged bribery, to secure an advertising contract worth RM90mil under a government agency last year.
The company is said to have provided false information for a tender and were later awarded the contract.
It is believed the company did not have the right qualification for the job and had in fact failed a technical and financial evaluation.