'My honeymoon is over, now go catch the bees', King tells MACC chief


PETALING JAYA: His Majesty Sultan Ibrahim, King of Malaysia, reaffirms that fighting corruption, the country's number one enemy, will be a major focus of his reign.

Sultan Ibrahim said he had granted an audience to Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) chief commissioner Tan Sri Azam Baki on Monday (April 1) to find out the latest developments from the enforcement agency.

"As I emphasised before, my honeymoon is over, now go catch the bees," His Majesty said, while handing over honey to Azam to symbolise the end of the 'honeymoon' period.

The 30-minute audience was held at Istana Negara on Monday.

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