MACC can still investigate Bukit Aman CID chief, forum told

Bede Hong

Wan Ahmad Najmuddin Mohd says he asked a close friend, Indian national name Seenisirajudeen Mohamad Basith, to handle the funds transfer to his daughter, which was inadvertently done without compliance to Australian laws.. – Facebook pic, March 2, 2018.

THE Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission can still investigate a person for corruption even if that person has been cleared by police of wrongdoing.

A public forum on police accountability in Kuala Lumpur, co-organised by the Bar Council, was told Bukit Aman’s criminal investigation department chief Wan Ahmad Najmuddin Mohd could still be investigated under MACC Act 2009, which allows for Malaysians to be charged for corruption offences committed abroad.

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