Navy chief says combat ship procurement should go on despite alleged malpractice


Kalidevi Mogan Kumarappa

The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission last month arrested two Boustead Naval Shipyard top officials involved in the procurement six littoral combat ships for the Royal Malaysian Navy, on suspicion of committing malpractice and accepting bribes through payments made to three companies abroad. – Facebook pic, March 28, 2022.

THE procurement six littoral combat ships (LCS) needs to be continued by the government, said Navy chief Mohd Reza Mohd Sany.

Reza, speaking at the Asian Defence Services Exhibition and Conference (DSA) 2022 and the Asian Security Services Exhibition (Natsec) 2022 said that the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) had been waiting for the vessels for a long time.


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  • Well done President of the Royal Malaysian Navy Veterans Association Mohamad Imran Abd Hamid. You have more guts and integrity than those serving generals and admirals. All they know is to bodek and fight for their promotions. They are getting worse and more stupid by the days as the good ones were sidelined and had to leave the service. We will surely remember each and everyone of them.

    Posted 3 months ago by T E