Malaysia: Former assistant engineer gets 14 years jail, RM341k fine for corruption

A former assistant engineer was sentenced to 14 years in jail and fined RM341,000 by the Sessions Court here on Friday (Oct 23) for six counts of corruption involving over RM65,000.

Judge Datuk Mohd Nasir Nordin handed down the sentence on Hairudin Ngadiron, 45, who was previously working at the PDRM Technical College in Bakri Johor.

The judge ordered the jail sentence to be served concurrently and in default another six months’ jail on each count if he failed to pay the fine.

Hairudin was charged with accepting bribes in the form of home repair items such as roofing materials, tiles, wooden panels, doors and car repairs amounting to RM65,886.72 from January to April 2017.

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