A deputy director at the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) and his wife allegedly worked together to cheat the sporting body of more than $600,000 in total between 2016 and 2018.
Rikram Jit Singh Randhir Singh, 40, was handling commercial and business development at FAS, while his wife Asya Kirin Kames, 33, was a director of a firm called All Resource Network (ARN) which dealt with sporting goods.
They were each charged with 45 counts of cheating on Wednesday (Dec 9)
Responding to queries from The Straits Times, FAS said it had sacked Singh on Jan 7 last year. “We have extended our full cooperation with the authorities and are unable to comment as court proceedings are ongoing,” added a spokesman.
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