Datuk remanded for six days over probe into crude palm oil sales tax evasion case

KOTA KINABALU: A former civil servant with a Datuk title has been remanded for six days to allow investigators to question the suspect for alleged involvement in the evasion of millions of ringgit in Sabah's crude palm oil sales tax.

Magistrate Jessica Ombou Kakayun issued the remand order for the 66-year-old suspect who appeared in court here on Saturday (May 21).

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