Rasuah Busters unveil multiracial team of prominent figures to fight corruption


SHAH ALAM: A group of graft fighters unveiled their core team comprising prominent figures of multiracial background, aimed at breaking the “corruption chain” in the country.

Calling themselves Rasuah Busters, Karangkraf Media Group chairman Datuk Hussamuddin Yaacub said the core team comprising 13 figures, will act as strategists and planners to chart programmes based on their respective expertise and capabilities.

"They are from different races, religions and backgrounds who will sit together and brainstorm to create initiatives for Rasuah Busters," he told reporters at Karangkraf group headquarters here Monday (April 5).

They are moderation advocate Anas Zubedy, adjunct professor Harmandar Singh, lawyer and former politician Jonson Chong, and Sinar Harian's editor-in-chief Rozaid Abdul Rahman, among others.

Hussammuddin also invited more parties, especially professionals, to work together to create more awareness on the issue of corruption.

The movement's mission is aimed at restoring and shaping transformation and integrity of the nation and to stem moral decay and eliminate all forms of corruption.

Malaysians can start their own Rasuah Buster movement by registering at https://bit.ly/3ctmxSy.

They can also follow updates, get information and materials from www.rasuahbusters.com or through Rasuah Buster's Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Interested volunteers can send a WhatsApp message to 019-382 3635 and complaints can be lodged at 019-668 0920.

Participants can also track their graft busting activities with the group using the hashtag #RasuahBusters.

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