Advertising director in Tourism Malaysia case to be charged tomorrow

The case is said to be in relation to the graft-busters’ probe into a million-ringgit Tourism Malaysia contract.

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has received the green light to charge a director of an advertising agency tomorrow.

A source told FMT that this was in relation to the graft-busters’ investigation into a million-ringgit Tourism Malaysia contract.

The director will be charged at the Kuala Lumpur Sessions Court at 9am.

It was previously reported that MACC had arrested three directors of a company believed to have paid bribes to secure a promotional contract from the government agency.

Then, it was understood that MACC had also identified officials in the agency who allegedly collaborated with the suspects.