Protect those who expose graft

SHE was the first woman to be appointed Custom’s director-general. And in just six months, Datuk Anis Rizana Mohd Zainudin has proven to be an exemplary chief who will brook no nonsense.

Last month, 34 Customs officers assigned to the KLIA Cargo were arrested by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission in connection with smuggling activities, which was believed to have caused a leakage of a whopping RM2bil from the country’s revenue over the past two years.

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