Singapore: 4 men charged with corruption involving over $388,000

Four men aged between 32 and 41 have been charged for allegedly taking part in an corruption conspiracy involving more than $388,000.

Appearing before a district court on Wednesday (Nov 25), the men – Jeremy Yu Jin Han, 41; Ong Jiajie, 32; Darren Zeng Shao Rong and Isaac Lai Zhi Yao, both 40 – each face seven charges under the Prevention of Corruption Act.

According to court documents, Zeng, Ong and Lai are said to have conspired together to pay Yu, then a purchasing manager of Lion City Rentals, for advancing the business interests of Aiden Solutions LLP and D&M Capital with Lion City Rentals.

Yu is accused of receiving payments of between $9,766 and $95,000 between March and June in 2016.

According to the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (Acra) register, Aiden Solutions and D&M Capital were car dealerships.

Aiden Solutions has since been struck off Acra’s records.

The original full article can be found article can be found at straitstimes.com

(Photo: KELVIN CHNG)

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