A senior manager at Certis Cisco Protection Services allegedly received bribes totalling $83,000 in the form of loans, a district court heard on Wednesday.
Alvin Lee May Sim, 41, who was working at the firm’s security solutions and development department, allegedly accepted the monies from two shareholders of security solutions firm Scar Services between 2017 and 2019. They are Abdul Razeez Rasit, 35, and Nazarisham Mohamed Isa, 42.
Responding to queries from The Straits Times, Certis said Lee was removed from all duties immediately when it learned he would be investigated by the authorities. He resigned on Dec 31, 2019.
On Wednesday, Lee was charged with 13 counts of graft and nine counts of forgery.
Razeez faces six counts of corruption, while Nazarisham was charged with 13 counts of graft, as well as one count each of forgery and using as genuine a forged document
This article was originally posted on Straites Times.