MACC's investigation into RM6 mil project in Sarawak to be ready next month

KUCHING: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) expects to complete its investigation into an alleged misappropriation in a federal government development project costing RM6 million in the state, next month.

Its Sarawak director, Samsiah Abu Bakar, said they were waiting for the technical report to complete the investigations. "We are still investigating, but it is now in the final stage," she said when contacted by Bernama.

On Dec 8 last year, then MACC deputy chief commissioner Datuk Abu Kassim Mohamed, who is now chief commissioner, said that the investigation was focused on the government officers and contractors involved in the project. He did not elaborate or identify the project, but said it was a project worth RM6 million in Sarawak.- Bernama
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