MACC investigating RM30 million contract related to Covid-19 testing


Kalidevi Mogan Kumarappa

The MACC is investigating a RM30 million contract between a company and the Health Ministry involving mass Covid-19 tests and PPE supplies to front-line medical workers. – The Malaysian Insight pic by Irwan Majid, May 4, 2020.

THE Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is investigating a company over its RM30 million contract to supply mass testing laboratory systems to a ministry, said sources.

While the sources refused to divulge the ministry involved, The Malaysian Insight understands it was the Health Ministry, and that the system was to be used for testing Covid-19 infections.


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  • What do u expect the BN guys to do? Robbing is their core business sometimes legalfully. The Malay parties love this kind of governance? This is Ketuanan Melayu? Malays B40 are lining up to go to the pawn shop after MCO relaxed today. How many hundred times we need to tell the Malays that your leaders are robbing u guys to become hardcore poor by giving u some goodies periodically and saving their 90% of the corrupted money. And seems the majority of Malays are happy , Pls continue. We want u to be financially independent by working hard and learn to be smart. We don't want u to be behind so far but u all think we are anti Malay, anti islam and u wait lah, till u pawn off all your valuables, u cried to them for a living. Is this Maruah Melayu?

    Posted 1 year ago by James Wong

    • But last two years what was done for Maruah Melayu? Existing in the void cant be an option.

      Posted 1 year ago by P P

  • Here we go..

    Posted 1 year ago by Zarul MA

  • 2 months in power and this is what we get!! Bad old days.

    Posted 1 year ago by Stanley Sinnappen

  • This is the beginning! True colors of back door government!

    Posted 1 year ago by Swaminaidu Venkatasamy

  • Adam could be jealous of the Health DG and using this to bring him down

    Posted 1 year ago by Kinetica Cho

    • Are you implying that the Health DG is involved?

      Posted 1 year ago by Simple Sulaiman

    • Im saying he could be made a scapegoat even if he is not involved. But its all conjecture at this stage, wee should enlighten us !

      Posted 1 year ago by Kinetica Cho

    • Then you should not have made such an irresponsible statement.

      Posted 1 year ago by Simple Sulaiman

  • It really doesnt take long for the opportunist to rise to their old negative element activities. The fear most Malaysian had has spoken for itself. Now caught I would say the standard lame excuses are going to be tabled for us it's due to the urgency. Urgency is quite understandable but when actually the order was placed was it really two weeks before the PPE totally runs out? Than someone in KKM procurement was sleeping at their workstations. Besides that why gave a big contract out to a single company who doesnt have a track record before? Well probably the names behind the old and new company are still very much the same people it is just a change of company name. Or with the new people running the show roping in their circles of friends into the foray. This was done when you came through the back door just imaging if this government came to power through the mandate of the people, we are been screwed big time. Looking forward to the story telling they are working on to explain themselves.

    Posted 1 year ago by Teruna Kelana

  • That FT Minster said employers should pay for tests done on their foreign workers. These tests are so expensive and we all know why. Someone or some people are making money on these tests. Those responsible have to be called out and displayed in public and shamed. They're despicable. Every tome there is a Government contract, there is someone making huge amounts of money for doing nothing.

    Posted 1 year ago by Sunita petrus