Malaysia: Malaysia graftbusters probe contractors amid abuse allegation in buying of Covid-19 kits, PPE

Several companies directly appointed by Malaysia’s Health Ministry to supply Covid-19-related equipment are being probed by the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC).

Sources told The Straits Times on Tuesday (May 5) that at least five contractors have been summoned by the graftbusters this week to have their statements recorded in order to facilitate the investigation involving contracts believed to be worth at least RM30 million (S$10 million).

“The MACC will be scrutinising the appointment process of the contractors which was done under the emergency procurement procedures,” a source told the Straits Times.

The full original article can be found at straitstimes.com

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