PETALING JAYA: Segambut Bersatu deputy chief Adam Radlan Adam Muhammad is expected to face more charges in relation to the Jana Wibawa programme.
A source in the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) said the businessman would be slapped with two more charges at the Shah Alam sessions court tomorrow, and then expected to face another charge next week.
Earlier today, Adam Radlan was charged with soliciting and accepting a bribe of RM500,000 to help MIE Infrastructure and Energy Sdn Bhd obtain a letter of agreement for a road construction project in Perlis under Jana Wibawa.
He pleaded not guilty to the two charges at the Kuala Lumpur sessions court.
Tomorrow, another businessman will also face charges related to Jana Wibawa at the Johor Bahru sessions court.
Separately, Bersatu information chief Wan Saiful Wan Jan claimed trial to soliciting an undisclosed amount and accepting RM6.9 million in bribes in relation to Jana Wibawa.
Bersatu president Muhyiddin Yassin later claimed that the party was a victim of “selective prosecution” following the charges against Wan Saiful and Adam Radlan.